With a White House shout-out, NASA has launched a grand challenge aimed at accelerating electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) technology and the urban air mobility (UAM) market. But what is the role for a government research agency in a sector driven by entrepreneurial startups? Right in the middle of it all, believes NASA. For the many new entrants in the nascent UAM market, dealing with the different parts of the FAA responsible for aircraft certification, pilot licensing, ...

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