Volatus Infrastructure & Energy Solutions has entered into a joint venture with Australian-based eVTOL company Ace VTOL.
The joint venture outlines their plans to establish the advanced air mobility (AAM) infrastructure ecosystem in the Oceania region, develop a wheelchair accessible solar-powered lift and integrate Ace’s open-sourced artificial intelligence (AI) unmanned traffic management (UTM) to ensure safety flight management.
“Our joint venture with VI&E Solutions signifies a decisive first step for the realization of a new transport demographic for people in the Oceania region. VI&E Solutions will enable a connective framework of eVTOL ownership and operations for private and commercial use cases to shorten the distances in our great southern lands. Ace is very proud to be working with Grant Fisk and his visionary team as we collectively look to revolutionize the way people move,” CEO of Ace VTOL, Brett Northey said.
“Working with Brett these last few months has made us realize all the different projects we are able to collaborate on,” added Grant Fisk, VI&E Solutions Co-Founder. “It’s remarkable to see so many ideas come together and expand when you share core philosophies.”
Ace VTOL is a technology and transportation company focused on delivering safe and sustainable eVTOL aircraft to the global market with multirole airframes for commercial, logistics and municipal applications. eVTOL aircraft, or flying taxis as they are commonly known, will serve as a stepping stone to a flying car future, accessible to anyone through the company’s AI and personal flying “Muscle Car” eVTOLs.
Ultimately, Ace is committed to alleviating the issues associated with the existing transport ecosystem, increasing property and business valuation through connectivity and safely placing Australia at the leading edge of this exciting new transport demographic.
VI&E Solutions offers three modular vertiport designs and charging stations for electric vehicles across all mediums: air, land, and sea.