Could aviation become more sustainable? In this article, we will analyze some actions that should be taken, and others already taking place, to reduce the negative impacts of aviation on the planet. Greta Thunberg’s decision to cross the Atlantic Ocean on
It is a very exciting time for aviation: companies and innovators are working to deliver the next generation of aircraft which need to be built with a strong focus on sustainability as the global emissions of aviation are very relevant
ASX is a startup aviation company based in Michigan developing a new Vertical Take-Off and Landing Vehicle -VTOL. ASX's VTOL is innovative as it is designed to be a zero emissions vehicle and to considerably reduce the noise compared to
HES, the French-Singaporean company that spent the last twelve years developing small hydrogen propulsion systems for unmanned electric aircraft is taking a big step forward by scaling up its technology to power a first manned electric aircraft the “Element One”.
The term ‘artificial intelligence’ was first coined in 1955 by Professor John McCarthy prior to the famous Dartmouth conference of 1956. The task of developing software that could mimic human behaviour was more complicated than he first imagined, and progress
VerdeGo Aero is a company from Florida working to bring innovative Urban Air Mobility solutions. Impakter has previously interviewed VerdeGo Aero’s Chief Operating Officer, Eric Bartsch, and now it is time to speak again with him as the company has
Norway is leading the way towards a more sustainable mobility. Already having the largest number per capita of plug-in electric cars, the next step is making aviation sustainable. Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority (Luftfartstilsynet) is already pushing to use electric planes
Pipistrel d.o.o. Ajdovščina was established in 1989 as the first private aircraft producer in the former Yugoslavia. Under the totalitarian regime of the time, it was unthinkable for a private individual to begin producing aircrafts, but this is exactly what