ResilienX, Inc., and Rudasys Aerospace are planning to collaborate to bring their combined capabilities to the Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) market.
The partnership will leverage ResilienX’s in-time aviation safety management system (IASMS), FRAIHMWORK, and Rudasys’ optical-based integrated surveillance system to proactively manage safety throughout airports and vertiports, HAEMIL.
“Since we first started discussions with Rudasys last year we’ve been impressed with their depth of knowledge and technological expertise,” said Andrew Carter, CTO of ResilienX. “They have a unique technology that they are bringing to market, and our safety assurance solution is a natural compliment.”
Ryan Pleskach, CEO of ResilienX, commented: “This collaboration was made possible by the Starburst program. They facilitated this relationship by inviting us to attend the Korean UAM Conference in November, where we met several great companies. We’re proud to take this step with Rudasys and enjoy working with the Starburst team.”
Kim Jin-ho, CEO of Rudasys, added: “Through this collaboration, we will further one another’s technological development. We hope this partnership establishes a cooperative relationship and enables both companies to expand into new markets for their respective solutions.” He also noted, “This collaboration was possible through the Starburst program, and we look forward to Starburst’s continued support.”
Starburst is a global accelerator, consultant, and venture capital firm in the field of aerospace and defense. ResilienX is a Starburst portfolio company and Starburst Korea supports Rudasys under the Incheon UAM Global Challenge program.
Sangdawn Kim, Director of Starburst Korea, added: “I am delighted to see this MoU signing between two companies through the relationship with and support from Starburst.”