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Global Urban & Advanced Air Summit 2022

02 Mar 2022 - 03 Mar 2022

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Agenda

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09:10 to 09:20

Session:

Show Welcome

09:20 to 09:40

Session:

Opening address - NASA

Speakers:

Starr Ginn

09:40 to 10:00

Session:

AAM 2022: Quo Vadis?

10:00 to 10:45

Session:

Panel discussion and live Q&A: The What, Where and When of AAM

Speakers:

Clive Lewis,

Jack Withinshaw,

Hristo Hristov,

Nick Rogers,

10:45 to 11:15

Session:

Coffee Break

11:15 to 11:35

Session:

Keynote: Preparing the skies for future urban flight

Speakers:

David Rottblatt

11:35 to 11:55

Session:

A novel approach, bold ambition, and clear roadmap- How the UK is making future flight a reality

Speakers:

Gary Cutts,

11:55 to 12:00

Session:

Session Introduction

12:00 to 12:20

Session:

Advance Air Mobility Demand Modelling – Who is switching modes and why

Speakers:

Darrell Swanson,

Jarek Zych

12:20 to 13:10

Session:

Panel discussion and live Q&A hosted by the World Economic Forum (WEF): Realizing the potential of AAM for cities and regions

Speakers:

David Hyde,

Herve Drevillon,

Damian Kysely,

David Rottblatt,

Dr Vassilis Agouridas,

Mirijam Böhme

13:10 to 14:10

Session:

Lunch

14:10 to 14:30

Session:

Making eVTOL a reality through Vertical's differentiated approach

Speakers:

Michael Cervenka

14:30 to 15:15

Session:

Panel Discussion and live Q&A: How advanced technology and a clean-sheet operational ecosystem will deliver eVTOL aircraft that can reinvent public transport

Speakers:

Michael Cervenka,

Charles Alcock,

Paul Smith,

Kolin Schunk,

Matt Sattler,

Hannes Griebel

15:15 to 15:35

Session:

Optimal solution of VTOL excellence

Speakers:

Dr. Seyed Mohseni

15:35 to 16:55

Session:

Volocopter: Transforming air mobility for decades to come

15:55 to 16:25

Session:

Coffee Break

16:25 to 16:45

Session:

Innovative AAM Solutions

Speakers:

Kostas Soumilas

16:45 to 17:05

Session:

The technology innovations that are creating the AAM market

Speakers:

Robin Riedel

17:05 to 17:25

Session:

Bringing Advanced Air Mobility from promise to reality

Speakers:

Jia Xu

17:25 to 17:35

Session:

Plenary Wrap

09:00 to 09:05

Session:

Show Welcome

09:05 to 09:30

Session:

Keynote Address: What is the role of the regulator in responding to innovation and emerging technologies such as AAM and how are we delivering this in the UK?

Speakers:

Tim Johnson, CAA

09:30 to 10:10

Session:

EVTOL: A legal and regulatory overview

Speakers:

Dr Elmar Giemulla,

Vincent Coppinger

10:10 to 10:30

Session:

Key Spectrum Safety Risks for the AAM Sector

Speakers:

Steve Vance

10:30 to 10:50

Session:

Advanced Air Mobility as an enabler for a flexible and integrated aviation transport system

Speakers:

Andrew Chadwick

10:50 to 11:20

Session:

Coffee Break

11:20 to 12:00

Session:

Panel discussion and live Q&A: The Regulator's Perspective

Speakers:

Jay Merkle,

Tim Johnson, CAA

12:00 to 12:20

Session:

Joby Aviation: Designed for today's system; Adaptable for tomorrow

Speakers:

Max Fenkell

12:20 to 13:20

Session:

Lunch

13:20 to 13:25

Session:

Session Introduction

13:25 to 13:45

Session:

Building radically better ways of moving

Speakers:

Sebastian Borel

13:45 to 14:15

Session:

The future flight challenge Skybus project - The infrastructure solution for a large EVTOL concept

Speakers:

Darrell Swanson,

Julian Carlson

14:15 to 14:35

Session:

Enabling Advanced Air Mobility through digital and physical infrastructure

Speakers:

Luke Bonnett

14:35 to 15:20

Session:

Panel discussion and live Q&A: Infrastructure — a long term lens; crawling operationalisation

Speakers:

Robbie Bourke,

David Stepanek,

Adrienne Lindgren,

15:20 to 15:50

Session:

Coffee Break

15:50 to 15:55

Session:

Session Introduction

15:55 to 16:35

Session:

Panel discussion and live Q&A: Commercial investment & Infrastructure

Speakers:

Jayeis Sonill,

Adam Twidell,

Michael J. Dyment

16:35 to 17:00

Session:

Plenary Wrap

Speakers:

Robbie Bourke,

Luke Bonnett,

Omar Kadhim

Speakers

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Exhibitors

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Assembling the pioneers and innovators from across this unique industry, the exhibition area at GUAAS will form the central hub for networking and business development opportunties at this unmissable event. Meet face-to-face with the leading figures and decision makers shaping the future of AAM around the world.

Exhibitors at GUAAS 2022

Would you like to exhibit at GUAAS?

At the Global Urban Advanced Air Summit, the exhibition area is a key networking opportunity for participants and for visiting delegates. International exhibitors showcase their products and services to this unique audience within the Air Mobility sector.

Details of confirmed exhibitors and participants at the 2022 Global Urban Air Summit are listed below.
Contact a member of the team today to discuss exhibiting opportunities at the next edition of the Global Urban & Advanced Air Summit.

Exhibitors

Partners

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Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre

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The Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre is the home of Pioneering Spirit and will once again be the setting for the Global Urban & Advanced Air Summit. Farnborough is rich in aviation history with the very first powered flight in 1908 by Samuel Cody and has hosted the world-famous Farnborough International Airshow since 1948. For decades, Farnborough has showcased many pioneering triumphs in aerospace, which is why it is the home of British Aviation. Farnborough is the perfect setting for the Global Urban & Advanced Air Summit.

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Farnborough International Ltd.

ShowCentre, ETPS Road, Farnborough

Hampshire, GU14 6FD

Accomodation & Travel

Perfectly located within close distance and with fast transport links from the city, the venue is easily accessible. The Exhibition & Conference Centre is a 35 minute train journey from London, 30 minutes from Heathrow and 50 Gatwick. Visit the venue website to find out more.

Farnborough is served by a number of hotels of different style and budget. Visit the website to find out more.


COVID Secure Environment - A Safe Space To Reconnect

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We look forward to welcoming you to GUAAS 2022.  We have been closely monitoring guidance and working with the venue to ensure we create a space and comfortable environment for all attending our event.

 

For 2022, we are politely asking you to support our event by aligning with the below:

- Visitors are encouraged to check they are feeling well before attending our event. Please ensure that you are in good health, with no fever or other symptoms related to COVID-19, before travelling to the venue.

- We encourage all visitors to take an LFT before travelling to the event.

- We recommend the wearing of face masks whilst onsite, except for those who are exempt.*

- Please make sure you register and download your badge before attending.

- Plan your visit before you arrive at the venue. Knowing what you are going to do and where to go will contribute to safe and productive attendance. Also plan how to get to and from the venue by checking any relevant travel advice or restrictions.

 

In addition to this, please click here to find out more about the precautionary measures being taken by the venue.

*Following the lifting of Plan B Government restrictions from Thursday 27 January, it is no longer be compulsory to wear face masks and show an NHS Covid pass or negative lateral flow test result upon entry to GUAAS 2022.

Safety measures we follow

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Hand sanitizers

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Mask distribution

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Social distancing

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No hand shakes

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Medical team

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Instant testing

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Hygiene maintenance

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Ambulance service

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FAQs

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This section provides general information on the most frequently asked questions about GUAAS. 

Got a question?

Q. Which Gate do I use for entry?

A. GATE F will be used for all traffic during build up, live days, and breakdown Please note that there is no access for visitors/contractors via Gate D.

A. Wednesday 2 March 2022 08.30 – 17.00, Thursday 3 March 2022 08.00 – 17.00

A. Exhibitors, service providers and official suppliers - 7:30 AM, Visitors and Media - 8:30 AM

A. Please register online to attend as a visitor or delegate Please note that passes are strictly non-transferable and valid for the registered visitor only.

A. Please see website for details. Exhibitor and Contractor Passes are free of charge.

A. To save time, we encourage all Visitors to register in advance. There will be limited facilities on site for registering on the day of the show. This will likely cause delays to your entry whilst your registration is being processed and verified. Delegate passes are sold in advance on a first come first served basis and are limited.

A. GUAAS is a trade event. Content is entirely business focused and not suitable for the broader public. You must be age 16 or over to attend.

A. GUAAS is a trade event. Content is entirely business focused and not suitable for the broader public. You must be age 16 or over to attend.

Please see the full FAQ sheet here or get in touch with us at [email protected] and we will get back to you as soon as we can. 

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