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Our UAM Products

Discover the next generation of urban mobility solutions with eVertiSKY's innovative offerings. Our suite of products is engineered to redefine urban air mobility, making cities more connected, sustainable, and forward-moving. Dive into our cutting-edge solutions and see how we're paving the way for a smarter urban future.


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City API

Unlock the potential of urban air transportation with the City API, a comprehensive platform that brings efficiency, safety, and integration to Urban Air Mobility (UAM). By aggregating urban and operational data, our API empowers cities and UAM operators to navigate the complexities of aerial mobility with ease. For dynamic advanced airspace management, the City API is your gateway to a seamlessly integrated urban airspace.

eVertiSKY is leading the ASTM NASA UTM API Specification Working Group


  • NASA UTM Integration: Direct integration with NASA's UTM system ensures that UAM operations within urban environments are coordinated with national airspace priorities, enhancing safety and regulatory compliance.

  • Real-Time Data Integration: Aggregates live urban and UAM operational data to support infrastructure planning and traffic management.

  • Dynamic UAM Corridor Management: Utilizes Software-Defined Airspace framework to dynamically manage UAM corridors, ensuring efficient and safe operations.

  • Comprehensive Environmental Analysis: Provides tools for assessing environmental impacts, such as noise and emissions, to ensure eco-friendly UAM operations.

  • Stakeholder Collaboration Platform: Facilitates seamless communication and collaboration among UAM stakeholders, including city planners, UAM operators, and regulatory bodies.


Elevate your urban landscape with our Vertiport Design Solutions. Tailored for the cities of tomorrow, our designs merge functionality with sustainability, creating vertiports that are not just transit points but landmarks of green innovation. Through meticulous planning and eco-friendly design principles, we ensure that each vertiport enhances urban mobility while contributing positively to the community and environment.


  • Customizable Layouts and Designs: Offers vertiport designs for diverse urban settings and needs.

  • Sustainability and Eco-Friendliness: Embeds green principles for sustainable vertiport development.

  • Safety and Security Protocols: Comprehensive measures ensure vertiport safety and security.

  • Integration with Urban Infrastructure: Aligns vertiports with existing transport systems for enhanced mobility.

  • UAM Commercial Low Altitude Airspace Design: Integrates airspace above vertiport and surrounding sector for frictionless and safe interoperability with traditional aviation.

  • Economic Viability Analysis: Evaluates vertiport development costs and financial benefits.



Enhance airspace safety and transparency with our e-Conspicuity Systems. Designed for optimal situational awareness, these systems provide real-time visibility of UAM operations to all stakeholders. By fostering interoperability with national airspace systems and facilitating data sharing, e-Conspicuity ensures that UAM operations are conducted with the highest standards of safety and community trust.

Providing stakeholders seamless access to key Information


  • Enhanced Situational Awareness: Provides real-time UAM operation visibility to enhance airspace safety.

  • Interoperability with NAS: Guarantees UAM operation integration with the National Airspace System.

  • Data Sharing and Transparency: Encourages open data exchange for stakeholder trust and transparency.

  • Regulatory Compliance Support: Ensures UAM operations meet evolving regulatory standards.

  • Community Engagement Tools: Engages communities, addressing concerns and garnering support for UAM.


Your questions, answered

  • What operational UAM data will cities require?
    Cities will want to obtain operational data from UAM aircraft operators. Since UAM activities operation combine both, ground space and airspace activities, cities will actually need to receive and manage data across their entire transportation system. This will require identification of data relationships and standards across stakeholders, and a transparent secure and accessible platform. Only then, can cities consider the real-world planning, testing, and simulation required to support their UAM ecosystem.
  • What do cities need to share to engage the public for their vision of UAM?
    First, cities need to think of UAM as part of the bigger picture. Embracing UAM projects means stimulating economic opportunities that go hand to hand with city’s community economic growth. Cities need to create a message that reflects this potential UAM economic development, sharing UAM project objectives, benefits, and impact in local environment and communities. It’s not just about having flying vehicles; it’s about how these fit into the entire urban economic setting. This translates to integrated commercialization of low altitude airspace where cities become the central hub for UAM operations to control and mange safety, workforce, economy, and optimization of UAM activities.
  • Who will cities need to bring in to their UAM conversation?
    eVertiSKY suggests cities bring in UAM consulting and planning companies to help solidify long-term goal and ensure projects are successful across their lifecycle. These companies should have foundational understanding of UAM standards from ground space to airspace, and capable of bringing necessary stakeholders to the table, ranging from departments of planning and transportation to community and workforce development and even commercial operators. Cities should expect these consultants to guide them through a UAM operational and commercial blueprint which leverages stakeholders throughout the value chain, and reduces project’s complexity in alignment with the city’s vision.
  • How should cities select vertiport location and potential demand?
    Cities should identify requirements of a location that would support potential commercial and public safety use cases. Stakeholders should exchange and establish clear project goals prior to vertiport location identification. The selection process should consider space required to support the aircraft activities and optimal flight paths. Selecting the optimal locations for vertiports should involve a multifaceted approach which assesses urban landscapes, traffic patterns, and population density to gauge potential user demand. Cities should simulate the planned vertiport and its accessibility, operation, economic, and acceptance into the existing infrastructure. To forecast future trends and areas of growth, cities should incorporate UAM Transition modeling into their strategic planning of vertiport sites to ensure alignment with future urban development and mobility needs.
  • Who owns and operates vertiports?
    Considering that Vertiport density will range between 4-12 times more than traditional airports. This means cities may have an opportunity to establish their public network as well as benefit from investments in private ownership as nodes on their city’s vertiport network. As with airports, ownership models vary across various stakeholder types and commercia viability, infrastructure, provider requirements, etc. These models include cooperative approaches and innovative concepts like fractional ownership or timeshare models, catering to varying usage needs. From a Single Owner Model to a Mixed-Use Model funding for these vertiports can come from diverse sources, such as government bonds, grants, and loans, or through collaborations in Public-Private Partnerships.
  • What challenges and policies will cities need data to support?
    Cities will need to understand their community thoughts, concerns, and expectation to address their sentiment toward operational impacts in their community, from noise, flying hours, flight routes, building rules, zoning laws, sustainability, land use, etc. Through UAM stakeholder including city departments, UAM operators must carry out public engagement through the horizon of operation in the UAM enabled area. This would allow for ongoing evaluation with insights across the community’s spectrum to create progressive policies through continuous community engagement.
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