The full library of content recorded at the event has been added to AUVSI's Aville Platform. You can now access recordings of the event, featuring insights from speakers across the automated mobility industry, as well as experts in navigating standards and regulations. 

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Enough hype. Let's get to work.

AUVSI and SAE have teamed up to host the Business of Automated Mobility Forum: Flight Path to UAM with a very clear purpose: helping companies that are building the future of mobility create an actionable roadmap to success.

Flight Path to UAM

“Urban Air Mobility (UAM) envisions a safe and efficient aviation transportation system that will use highly automated aircraft that will operate and transport passengers or cargo at lower altitudes within urban and suburban areas. UAM will be composed of an ecosystem that considers the evolution and safety of the aircraft, the framework for operation, access to airspace, infrastructure development, and community engagement.” -Federal Aviation Administration

As you work to make UAM a reality, it’s clear that automated mobility provides limitless opportunities and very real challenges. And with rapidly iterating technology and constantly changing market conditions, many events raise more questions than they provide answers. We're breaking that cycle.

Join your industry peers along with critical stakeholders for a focused look at the tactical decisions you can make now to get on the Flight Path to UAM.


In support of this evolution, SAE and AUVSI are partnering to host the Business of Automated Mobility: Flight Path to UAM, September 27-28, 2022. This free virtual event will equip attendees with the most current regulatory and operational updates about UAM. Topics facing industry and government leaders include vehicle development and production, vehicle management and operations, Uncrewed Aircraft System Traffic Management (UTM), safety and security, as well as remote pilot technology and autonomy.


You'll be joined by participants and speakers from across the automated mobility industry, as well as experts in navigating standards and regulations. Connect and collaborate with mobility execs, autonomy engineers, VCs, legal pros, and startup teams as we all come together to help make your goals a reality and define the future of automated mobility.


Sponsorship opportunities are currently in development. If you'd like to be notified when they are announced, or if you have an idea for supporting the BAM Forum, contact Alex Mann (# - L) or Wes Morrison (M-Z).