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Canadian Advanced Air Mobility Consortium

A multi-stakeholder group committed to streamlining research, development and commercial operations in the Advanced Air Mobility sector in Canada.

The Next Era of Aviation and Transportation, Advanced Air Mobility (AAM)

Canada is increasing its research and development in aviation and transportation with the creation of the Canadian Advanced Air Mobility Consortium (CAAM).

CAAM operates as a centralized innovation hub to streamline AAM research, development and commercial operations with regional implementation teams to execute a national expansion strategy (developed by CAAM members and advisors) to establish Canada as a global leader in AAM solutions.

CAAM is comprised of members in Aerospace, Digitalization, Advanced Manufacturing, Automotive and Artificial Intelligence, which includes partners in government, academia, industry and the investor community.

“CAAM is setting the foundation for the AAM sector in Canada.” -JR Hammond, Founder & CEO, Canadian Air Mobility (Founding Member of CAAM)

Consortium

Mission

Implement AAM transportation in urban and rural communities to benefit residents, businesses and emergency responders.

Consortium

Vision

Collaborate with AAM champions across industry, academia and government to create an equitable, inclusive, resilient, accessible and intermodal ecosystem to implement zero-emission aircraft.

Consortium

Value

Creation of city innovation hubs to provide small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) an environment to move innovations from a low technology readiness level, to certification and commercialization, while providing members access to Canadian and global channels for business scalability.

What is Advanced Air Mobility (AAM)?

AAM is globally recognized as the next frontier of aviation. AAM encompasses the movement of people, goods and services in urban and regional settings; Urban Air Mobility (UAM) and Regional Air Mobility (RAM). AAM builds upon the worldwide development of new battery electric hydrogen fuel cell technologies, and applying those technologies to vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircraft, short takeoff and landing (STOL) aircraft and conventional takeoff and landing (CTOL) aircraft.

Join our AAM Movement

Interested in learning more about CAAM, AAM, engagement opportunities or how zero-emission aircraft will benefit you? Join our AAM movement by becoming apart of our ecosystem!

Ready to become a member of CAAM?

CAAM is actively recruiting industry, academia and government who are eager to contribute their financial and operational expertise to expedite our AAM vision. With the aim of catalyzing as many companies and entrepreneurs as possible, we are looking for champions to join CAAM. We welcome individuals and organizations who share the same vision of AAM.

Digital Open House

Quarterly Event

The Quarterly Digital Open House is an opportunity for interested parties and the public to receive updates, pose questions and raise awareness of the work ongoing within the AAM space in Canada.

NEXT EVENT

October 30th 10:00-12:00 PDT (1:00-3:00 PM EDT)

Innovation Hub

City Chapters

The Innovation Hub will provide SMEs an environment to move innovations from a low technology readiness level, to certification and commercialization.

What People Are Saying

AAM is a game-changer. Joining CAAM is an exciting next step!

Danny Sitnam, President & CEO, Helijet

I’m thrilled to play a role in AAM development in Canada.

JR Hammond, Founder & CEO, Canadian Air Mobility

Canadian Advanced Air Mobility, Federal Not-for-Profit

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