Our Projects

National projects

In Progress

Canadian Advanced Air Mobility Master Plan

Purpose:

Develop a 20 year AAM master plan with regional implementation strategies.

Budget:

$1 million CAD

Members:

15

Started:

April 2021

Est. Timeline:

24 months

In collaboration with:

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Next Generation AAM Manufacturing: Cluster Building

Purpose:

Assemble a cluster of aerospace and automotive leaders to collaborate on the roadmap for the supply chain of Advanced Air Mobility Industry in Canada.

Budget:

$350,000 CAD

Members:

10

Started:

April 2021

Est. Timeline:

12 months

In collaboration with:

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Regional projects

We take four steps to navigate getting AAM off the ground in each region.

Committee Assembly

Regional leaders come together to identify, scope and support the feasibility study and pilot project.

Feasibility Study

A series of studies reviews AAM’s potential in the region across economic, social, and environmental factors.

Pilot Project

A pilot project with clear commercial potential is selected and performed in stages to ensure safety and learnings that can be scaled across many additional use cases.

Public Engagement

Future users, industry and government come together to ensure AAM safely benefits the communities they aim to serve.

Stage 3: Pilot Project

British Columbia

Purpose:

Launch a revenue generating proof of concept flight. This will be done in stages using an RPAS on an alternate route before larger aircraft are used.

Budget:

$1.75 million CAD

Members:

18

Started:

April 2021

Est. Timeline:

12 months

In collaboration with:

Stage 2: Feasibility Study

Ontario

Purpose:

Assess the feasibility of Advanced Air Mobility in the Greater Toronto Area by completing a white paper and additional economic, social, and environmental impact studies.

Budget:

$500,000 CAD

Members:

7

Started:

April 2021

Est. Timeline:

8 months

In collaboration with:

Stage 2: Feasibility Study

Manitoba

Purpose:

Assess the feasibility of Advanced Air Mobility in Manitoba by completing a white paper and additional economic, social, and environmental impact studies.

Budget:

$300,000 CAD

Members:

7

Started:

March 2022

Est. Timeline:

8 months

In collaboration with:

Community engagement

Project Overview:

Reaching out to rural and remote communities, airports, governments and community groups to help them stay on top of the opportunities this new aviation industry is bringing.

Communities Engaged:

40+

Project Lead:

Darian Edwards, CAAM Indigenous Air Mobility Specialist

To book a consultation to discuss AAM engagement in your community, please contact us.

How to get involved in AAM

Stakeholders can participate in AAM projects in various capacities.

Government

  • Regulatory collaboration towards safe innovation
  • Project observers and facilitators

Industry

  • Project observers and facilitators
  • Project partners supporting leaders

Academia

  • Research partners on regional projects
  • Workforce development and training

Not-for-profits

  • Sharing international best practices
  • Mutual support across differing mandates

Want to get involved?

Members are engaged in projects that are moving the industry forward. To learn more about membership and getting involved in AAM projects, please get in touch.

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