By 2030, 60% of the world's population will be urban. This significant population growth is expected to create a real need for innovative mobility options as ground infrastructure becomes increasingly congested. We believe providing people with a safe, sustainable and convenient solution that leverages the airspace above cities is a solution.
Making urban air mobility a safe reality is bigger than any one company.?We actively engage with people, cities, regulators and companies to architect all pieces of the urban air mobility puzzle. Our approach includes building and bringing together all the critical components—technology, business models, city integration, infrastructure development, and airspace management—to take urban transport into the sky. In doing so, we can ensure maximum societal benefits for urban communities worldwide.?
Head of Airbus Urban Mobility?
Eduardo joined Airbus in 2002. Since then, he has held various operational management positions, including overseeing Supplier Development and Lean Management. Eduardo was instrumental in setting up?A3 by Airbus operations, serving as Chief Operating Officer. Today, he leads Airbus Urban Mobility. He has a master’s degree in industrial engineering from Universidad Pontificia de Comillas.
Head of Programmes & Strategy, Airbus Urban Mobility
Joerg began his career at Airbus in 2001 as a dynamics and aeroelastics engineer, working on tilt-rotor flight mechanics and A380 certification. He then joined McKinsey & Company for several years before returning to Airbus to focus on corporate development and growth strategy projects. Today, he leads the programme portfolio and strategy development within Airbus Urban Mobility. Joerg has a master’s degree in aerospace engineering from Stuttgart University, has studied at Caltech, and holds a doctorate from?Université Toulouse III together with ISAE-Supaero.?
Vice President of UAM Systems, Airbus Urban Mobility
With a diverse background ranging from structures to controls and from legacy rotorcraft to novel all-electric aircraft, Zach joined Airbus in 2016, serving initially as Chief Engineer and then as Project Executive for Vahana. During his tenure, he led the development of self-piloted eVTOL demonstrator aircraft developed at A3 by Airbus. Today, Zach is Vice President of Urban Air Mobility (UAM) Systems. In this role, he oversees Airbus’ urban air mobility operations in the US and is responsible for overall UAM systems architecture. Zach holds a master’s degree in aerospace engineering from the University of California, San Diego.
Vice President & Head of Regulatory and Certification, Airbus Urban Mobility
Travis joined Airbus in 2017, managing public policy project teams for A3 by Airbus, as well as Airbus’ Corporate Technology Office and Airbus’ commercial unmanned aircraft systems business. Prior to this, he spent six years at Alphabet and Google, where he focused on public policy issues facing the company’s advanced technology efforts in aviation, renewable energy and life sciences. Today, Travis leads Airbus Urban Mobility’s regulatory strategy for new business, and emerging technology investments in urban air mobility, unmanned traffic management (UTM), and more. Travis holds a master’s degree from the University of Michigan. He has also studied at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs, and at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government as a Galbraith Scholar.?
Head of Airbus UTM
Isabel joined Airbus Helicopters in 2013, working as team leader and department head on airspace management topics. Today, she leads Airbus UTM, an activity stream within Airbus Urban Mobility dedicated to developing and deploying Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) solutions. Previously, she worked as a research engineer and principal investigator at Boeing. Isabel has a doctorate in aerospace engineering from the University of Glasgow.
Director of City Integration & Infrastructure Development, Airbus Urban Mobility
Since joining Airbus in 2008, Vincent has been specialising in emerging technologies and concepts. Today, he leads city integration and infrastructure development efforts within Airbus Urban Mobility. Vincent holds two master’s degrees in the fields of mechanical engineering and aerospace engineering. He also has a master’s degree in aerospace vehicle design from Cranfield University and a post-master’s degree in architecture from ENS Architecture, Paris Belleville.
After nearly a decade of working in aeronautics in China, Singapore, France and the US, Clement launched the VOOM service in Brazil and in Mexico. Today, he is CEO of Voom. Previously, he supported the implementation of a final assembly line for light helicopters in China. Clement is also a student private pilot on Cessna 172 and has completed Product Management training in the San Francisco office of the General Assembly. He holds a master’s degree in business from Clermont-Ferrand Business School.