Is Flying Set To Become An Everyday Mode Of City Transport?

With urban ground traffic increasingly overloaded by population growth, the number of air vehicles in urban environments is expected to grow dramatically. For Corvin Huber, CEO and cofounder of Skyroads AG, the challenge of building digital roads in the sky to facilitate urban air mobility is one he’s been waiting for.

Huber became passionate about flying from an early age. “Aviation is in my genes,” he says. “I flew an aircraft solo before I had my driver’s license.” He was also fascinated by the idea of being like a bird, with the feeling of freedom afforded by the mastery of the air.

Inspired by his aviation

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