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An Airbus view of the "unused sky" for city mobility At TED, the semi-annual meeting on technology, entertainment and design, Lyasoff said Airbus' groundbreaking project portfolios are contributing to achieving air borne mobility in cities, driven by progress in electrical cars and independence. The combination of the "unused sky" with electrical power opens up a whole new level of mobility, and Airbus is researching several perspectives:

Located in Singapore, the facility is working with the National University on the Skyways to test a package transport system with stand-alone electrical UAVs.

Eduardo Dominguez Puerta appointed Head of Urban Air Mobility by Airbus

In Toulouse, 28 May 2018 - Airbus (stock market symbol: AIR) has named Eduardo Dominguez Puerta, 40, Head of Urban Air Mobility (UAM), a new Airbus entity. His new role will include reporting to Patrick de Castelbajac, Executive Vice President Strategy and International. Airbus is thus able to integrate all of its UAM operations - with the exception of ongoing aircraft development work - through the creation of a new entity to promote co-ordination with both in-house and outside stakeholders such as certification authorities, customers, partners and suppliers.

The UAM facility, headquartered in Munich, is located near the Corporate Technology Office and Unmanned Aerial Systems in Ottobrunn as well as the Donauwörth Hubschrauberwerk. - CityAirbus, an electric vertical take-off and landing airplane ( "eVTOL") demonstration vertical airliner designed by Airbus Helicopters; - Vahana, a self-propelled small airliner ("eVTOL") designed by A3, the company's US innovation centre in Silicon Valley; - VOOM, the world's leading on-demand reservation system for helicopters.

Mr. Eduardo Dominguez Puerta came to Airbus in 2002 and has had various senior operating roles, among them Head of Supplier Development and Lean Managements. Prior to Airbus, where he led the New Business Strategy, Eduardo Dominguez Puerta was a key player in the development of A3 operation as Chief Operating Officer. In 2002 he obtained a Master's degree in Industrial Engineering from the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas in Spain.

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