In this in-depth interview from her Drones at Dawn podcast series, Yolanka Wulff of the Community Air Mobility Initiative discusses what it will take to reach public acceptance for passenger drones, urban air mobility and other advanced air mobility projects.
By Dawn Zoldi
Many puzzle pieces need to fit together before advanced air mobility (AAM) will become a reality. The rubber meets the road at ground level, in terms of both required infrastructure and public acceptance. This second of two articles on AAM features Yolanka Wulff, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Community Air Mobility Initiative (CAMI), a world-renowned expert in this space (Read the first article with Rex Alexander, President of Five-Alpha, on vertiports here). Yolanka provides her insights and wisdom to DroneLife, in Q&A format below.
Q: Can you tell us a little about your background?
A: I am the Executive Director of CAMI. By education and profession, I am a nonprofit and business attorney and…