Innovation has evolved. From the proverbial approach of developing specific technology solutions for each problem, today’s approach to innovation is about the orchestrated integration of technologies and applications to solve increasingly complex problems.

Developments are progressively surfacing, from HyPoint’s breakthroughs in hydrogen fuel cell technology; to a new, more efficient 1MW turbo-generator from Honeywell for urban air mobility (UAM) applications. These individual developments contribute to the improvement of fuel efficiency and management for commercially viable electric aircraft.

Further illustrating the innovation of today, a consortium led by Nova Systems and OneSky recently concluded unmanned traffic management (UTM) trials aimed to innovatively combine various advanced technologies such as flight authorization, strategic deconfliction, conformance monitoring, real time alerts, constraint management, and remote identification capabilities, creating a robust UTM built to operate in a dense urban environment.

As Asia Pacific’s leading integrated platform for rotorcraft and unmanned systems, Rotorcraft Asia and Unmanned Systems Asia (RCA-UMSA) presents cutting edge innovations in the industry’s fastest growing markets, across a wide spectrum of commercial and defence applications across air, land and sea. The event brings together a whole ecosystem of industry leaders, end users, government bodies, regulators, research institution and start-ups, to foster an exchange of knowledge and synergies to elevate mobility solutions in the region.

“RCA-UMSA has been and will continue to be an effective platform for collaborative discussions on the next generation of mobility solutions,” said Mr Leck Chet Lam, Managing Director of Experia.” Even as economies embark on the recovery process, RCA-UMSA will be a springboard for industry leaders to spark trailblazing conversations, collaborate and innovate once more.”

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