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Advanced Air Mobility

Advanced Air Mobility Legislative Report

The Utah Division of Aeronautics is planning for the implementation and growth of drone package delivery, aerial taxis, and electric aircraft in Utah. In coordination with, and at the request of, the Utah Legislature our Division organized the Utah Advanced Air Mobility Working Group. This report is the culmination of the working group’s findings and input as well as a study conducted of the infrastructure assets now in place and the those anticipated as necessary to make advanced air mobility a reality in Utah.

Advanced Air Mobility & Unmanned Aircraft Systems

The Division of Aeronautics’ Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) and Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Program is developed to educate and integrate new unmanned aircraft technologies into the National Airspace System. 
Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) are a versatile tool that is expanding in capabilities rapidly within the transportation industry.  UAS provides a wide variety of operational, societal, and economic benefits.  Within the Department, the use of UAS has provided significant cost efficiencies, improved data quality, and enhanced personnel safety over traditional methods and existing processes.
This page provides resources and information about UAS/AAM for the State of Utah.

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UAS/AAM Contacts

Paul Damron
Advanced Air Mobility / Non NPIAS Asset Manager
Phone: 435-592-5139

Riley Lindsay
UAS Operations Manager
Phone: 435-201-1242

Ben Goddard
UAS Trainer
Phone: 435-553-5326

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Related Publications

NASA Regional Air Mobility Study

UTRAC – Airport Electrification Plan

UTRAC – Trajectory Anomaly Detection

WSP – Airport Electrification

WSP – Advanced Air Mobility Preparation

UDOT Research – Air Mobility Operational Advancement

UDOT Research – Airports As Connected Activity Centers

UDOT Research – Land-Use Planning for Vertiports