Learning about Urban Air Mobility
lundi 23 mai 2022 à 04:00
The AiRMOUR project launches a large-scale training programme on Urban Air Mobility (UAM)
AiRMOUR launches an extensive training package for stakeholders to learn about Urban Air Mobility. AiRMOUR online courses and in-person masterclasses will educate stakeholders on how to utilise Urban Air Mobility to support Emergency Medical Services. The first online course will start on 25th May 2022.
The training consists of three online courses and two masterclasses. The purpose is to give different stakeholders insights into the use of drones in Emergency Medical Services. The training is coordinated by LuxMobility in collaboration with EUROCONTROL Institute of Air Navigation.
Introductory course open for registrations
The first online course will start in May and continues in June. It introduces the theme of Urban Air Mobility and how it can support Emergency Medical Services. The course is free and open to all.
The first AiRMOUR course includes the following modules. Registration links are included for each webinar :
- What is Urban Air Mobility ? An overview of the key terms and types of aircraft. Webinar held on 25th May 2-3pm CET.
- Current regulations for the operation of drones in European cities. Webinar held on 9th June 2-3pm CET.
- Factors to consider in Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS) operations. Webinar held on 15th June 2-3pm CET.
- The best practices in Air Mobility medical use cases. Webinar held on 29th June 2-3pm CET. (Registration coming soon)
To be awarded a certificate of attendance for this course learners will need to register and attend all four live lectures. If it is not possible for you to attend all lectures then you can also register for single lectures. The online lectures will be recorded and made available this summer on an online learning platform which we will communicate nearer the time. Learners will be tested on their knowledge after working through the training material and will be awarded a certificate of completion once they have finished the course.
We plan to hold an in-person masterclass in Luxembourg at the end of this year to bring together learners and stakeholder to discuss further the topic of UAM and how it can support the medical sector. It will involve presentations from experts, a Q&A and workshop. Another masterclass will be held next year in a different country in Europe, more details to follow.
More online courses next year
The two other AiRMOUR UAM online courses will take place in 2023. One has a technical approach with the topic of Emergency Medical Services CONOPS and is targeted to stakeholders working with drone operations, HEMS operations and the UAM industry. The other trains about UAM policy planning and engagement and will be particularly relevant for city representatives.
More information about the courses and the registration links will be published on the AiRMOUR Events page and shared via AiRMOUR LinkedIn and Twitter.