The main outputs are the UAM Toolbox, the UAM Guidebook and the UAM Training Programme.

The AiRMOUR project produces a large amount data on urban air mobility for operators, regulators, academia and businesses in order to build a more sustainable mobile future. The data will be leveraged into practical and real-life tangible tools, ensuring that the impacts are replicated widely. See the complete list of deliverables below.

DeliverableDue dateLead beneficiary
D1.3Public final report12/23VTTTBA
D2.1Report on foresight analysis and UAM EMS integration process management9/21Robots ExpertPDF
D2.2.Report on functional requirements for selected
manned and unmanned UAM EMS
9/21UMCG AmbulancezorgPDF
D2.3Report on the effects of interaction
and integration with other EMS transportation
2/23UMCG AmbulancezorgTBA
D3.1Overview of legal environment for EMS
D3.2Ground Risk Class to determine SAIL for SORA8/22TRVTBA
D3.3ARC (Air Risk Class) to determine SAIL (Specific Assurance and Integrity Levels) for SORA1/22Linköping UniversityTBA
D3.4Report on technical and procedural
mitigating technology implementations
for UAM EMS scenarios
D3.5Report on cybersecurity threats for
the EMS scenarios
6/23Linköping UniversityTBA
D3.6Report on EMS scenarios impact on aviation and
future UAM regulations
8/23Robots ExpertTBA
D4.1Report on evolvement of public and stakeholder
acceptance (interim version) and citizen engagement strategies
D4.2Report on public perceived risk and safety
mitigation strategies
D4.3Report on noise and visual pollution mapping
2/23 Linköping UniversityTBA
D4.4UAM Citizen privacy handbook6/23Robots ExpertTBA
D4.5Description on the integration of UAM
services in the sustainable urban mobility
planning processes and other relevant
policies including co-modality
D4.6Report on evolvement of public and stakeholder
acceptance and citizen engagement strategies
D5.1Model for CO2 emissions and dashboard
tool to visualise CO2 emissions
4/23Robots ExpertTBA
D5.2EMS UAM business models for
companies and public sector
D5.3Comparative CBA analysis of manned and unmanned EMS UAM operations in comparison for
traditional EMS transport.
D5.5Report on operational and environmental attractiveness and sustainability of UAM8/23VTTTBA
D6.1GIS Tool10/21Robots ExpertPDF
D6.2Guidebook for UAM integration process management (Draft version)6/22 Robots ExpertTBA
D6.3Three online courses and two
masterclasses developed
D6.4Guidebook for UAM integration process management (Final version)9/23Robots ExpertTBA
D7.1Success criteria for each validation
objective and concept of operations
or the selected UAM EMS scenarios
5/22Robots ExpertTBA
D7.2UAM EMS simulation framework
D7.3eVTOL vehicle model integrated in
D7.4Live validation of manned UAM EMS
2/23Ehang ScandinaviaTBA
D7.5Live validation of unmanned UAM
EMS concepts
2/23Ehang ScandinaviaTBA
D7.6Assessment of all validation objectives
for the simulations and live validations
6/23Robots ExpertTBA
D8.3Visual outputs11/23Forum Virium HelsinkiTBA
D8.4Feedback and summary report on capacity building activities11/23LuxMobilityTBA
D8.5Final Event11/23Forum Virium HelsinkiTBA