The future of air transport


by Kivi



Lewis talks with Balaji Srimoolanathan, Strategy Manager at the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI). They talk about disruptive innovation, the future of air transport, and urban air mobility.

The ATI is a game changing initiative to strengthen and grow the UK’s aerospace sector, safeguarding future jobs and economic contribution through substantial investment in technologies and capabilities.

The ATI has a commitment to providing sustainable impact for UK plc, including how they develop the institute itself, leverage its capabilities, work with the sector and lead the investment of the funding.

They also believe that unlocking the full potential of the sector requires industry to find new ways and opportunities to collaborate and partner in the development of technology. In addition to the significant funding commitment, they also see potential for the Aerospace Technology Institute to support the sector directly by addressing specific technical and strategic capability gaps and helping it to exploit common themes and objectives through collaboration.

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