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Will eVTOL become a powerful tool for future travel?

Is flying the future of automobiles? Against the backdrop of a carbon-neutral world, the trend toward greener, more efficient electric transportation is beginning to move "up in the air". Numerous manufacturers are entering the electric airplane arena, accelerating the development of safer and more affordable products.

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently issued airworthiness certification for the Model A, a vehicle that California startup Alef Automotive describes as a "flying car," the first purely electric vehicle approved by the U.S. government that can both fly and drive on the road.

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Germany's Volocopter test-flew its electric "air cab" at Paris Le Bourget airport on June 21, and the company plans to offer air cab services at the 2024 Paris Olympics.

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Electric Vertical Take-off and Landing eVTOL (Electric Vertical Take-off and Landing), as the future of air mobility, is more than ever driven by new technologies. According to its different construction methods, eVTOL vertical take-off and landing vehicles are mainly divided into two categories: vertical take-off and landing fixed-wing eVTOL and multi-rotor eVTOL. As a new type of short- and medium-distance air transportation, eVTOL's potential future applications involve urban passenger transportation (UAM), regional passenger transportation (RAM), freight transportation, personal aircraft, emergency medical services and other scenarios, which will provide new solutions for alleviating the problem of urban traffic congestion. It will provide a new solution to alleviate urban traffic congestion.

As an innovative transportation mode, eVTOL has the advantages of high safety, low noise, low manufacturing cost, low operation cost, smaller size, and at the same time does not depend on the runway, more freedom when flying and parking, more conducive to intra-city access, and it is the mainstream solution for the UAM market in the future.

The original eVTOL aircraft design was developed by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), including legacy manufacturers such as Airbus, Boeing, Embraer, Honda, Hyundai, and Toyota, as well as a number of startups such as Archer Aviation, EHang, Joby Aviation, Overair, Volocopter, and others. Over the years, ITECH has worked intensively with these eVTOL mainstream manufacturers and emerging companies. Whether it's designing, testing, and validating motor drive controllers, battery management systems (BMS), or actual power components, ITECH is committed to the testing and development of innovative technologies, providing test and measurement instruments, such as programmable power supplies, electronic loads, etc., to continuously help engineers design, test and validate their models, controllers and components in real time, and to help users to reduce R&D costs and quickly achieve their goals.

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