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 ExpertTBA
D2.2.Report on functional requirements for selected
manned and unmanned UAM EMS
scenarios
9/21UMCG AmbulancezorgTBA
D2.3Report on the effects of interaction
and integration with other EMS transportation
modes
2/23UMCG AmbulancezorgTBA
D3.1Overview of legal environment for EMS
scenarios
10/23LuftfartsverketTBA
D3.2Ground Risk Class to determine SAIL for SORA8/22TRVTBA
D3.3ARC (Air Risk Class) to determine SAIL (Specific Assurance and Integrity Levels) for SORA12/21Linköping UniversityTBA
D3.4Report on technical and procedural
mitigating technology implementations
for UAM EMS scenarios
8/22NORCETBA
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
6/22LuxMobilityTBA
D4.2Report on public perceived risk and safety
mitigation strategies
2/23LuftfartsverketTBA
D4.3Report on noise and visual pollution mapping
tool
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
8/23LuxMobilityTBA
D4.6Report on evolvement of public and stakeholder
acceptance and citizen engagement strategies
12/22LuxMobilityTBA
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
6/23VTTTBA
D5.3Comparative CBA analysis of manned and unmanned EMS UAM operations in comparison for
traditional EMS transport.
4/23LuxMobilityTBA
D5.5Report on operational and environmental attractiveness and sustainability of UAM8/23VTTTBA
D6.1GIS Tool10/21Robots ExpertTBA
D6.2Guidebook for UAM integration process management (Draft version)6/22 Robots ExpertTBA
D6.3Three online courses and two
masterclasses developed
9/23LuxMobilityTBA
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
established
10/22NORCETBA
D7.3eVTOL vehicle model integrated in
simulator
6/22NORCETBA
D7.4Live validation of manned UAM EMS
concepts
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