1st MUSE Workshop - Shaping the Future of Urban Air Mobility for Citizens
We are excited to announce the upcoming MUSE project's 1st Stakeholder Workshop, set to take place on 23 November in beautiful Luxembourg. This pivotal event will be hosted at EUROCONTROL's Luxembourg facilities.
The MUSE project, named 'Measuring U-Space Societal and Environmental Impact,' is making waves in the world of Urban Air Mobility (UAM). As we strive to foster innovation and progress, this workshop promises to be a remarkable occasion for collaboration and knowledge sharing. POLIS Network will take a lead role in the organisation of the first workshop as Communication and Dissemination leaders of the MUSE project.
Where MUSE Meets AiRMOUR
In a noteworthy alignment, the MUSE workshop coincides with the final event of the AiRMOUR project, the AiRMOUR Masterclass. LuxMobility in partnership with EUROCONTOL will hold a 1.5-day masterclass to bring together learners on the AiRMOUR training curriculum and interested stakeholders to build their knowledge on the topic of Urban air Mobility use cases focusing on European cities. The synergy between the MUSE and AiRMOUR projects amplifies the potential for groundbreaking insights and solutions within the realm of UAM. The MUSE two-hour workshop is not just about discussion; it's about driving actionable results. Participants will have the unique opportunity to engage with multiple project partners of MUSE and with other UAM professionals, exchanging ideas and experiences that will shape the future of U-Space. During the first MUSE workshop, participants will find themselves at the heart of a transformative experience. They will not merely observe or listen passively; they will actively drive change. What sets this workshop apart is the chance it provides for attendees to connect with diverse partners of both MUSE and AiRMOUR. These partners, comprising experts, innovators, and thought leaders in the field, are the architects of UAM's future.
The primary objective of the workshop is to enrich and validate the results of a comprehensive review of previous and ongoing studies, as well as insights from existing surveys and focus group discussions. Our aim is clear: to identify the most relevant impacts of UAM on citizens' quality of life. The MUSE project partners recognize that the impacts of UAM are multifaceted. They encompass noise-related concerns, visual pollution, and many other aspects. This workshop will play a crucial role in helping us classify these impacts according to their nature.
Who Will Attend?
Among the invited stakeholders will be members of the SESAR community, leading ATM experts, aviation authorities with a vested interest in UAM, drone manufacturers and operators shaping the industry's future, forward-thinking delivery companies, policymakers crafting the regulatory landscape, local authorities and urban planners moulding the cities of tomorrow, citizen associations representing the voice of communities, health officers keen on the well-being of urban dwellers, environmental health specialists advocating for a sustainable future, sociologists and psychologists contributing valuable insights into the societal aspect, and academia, offering a wealth of research and innovation.
Each attendee holds a vital role in advancing the UAM mission. This workshop's guest list has been meticulously constructed to ensure that the right voices are in the room, ready to collaborate and forge pathways to a brighter UAM future. This exclusive event will be a catalyst for transformation, and it's the collective wisdom and influence of these individuals that will drive UAM to new heights. The MUSE partners are honoured to invite these essential stakeholders to the table, where the future of urban air mobility will be shaped. If you identify with one of the categories above, you ARE on this guest list!
We cannot wait to be in Luxembourg on 23 November, where together, we will set the foundation of shaping the future of urban air mobility for the benefit of citizens.
Keep an eye on the MUSE website for updates as we get closer to the date. We look forward to organising this workshop in Luxembourg for what promises to be an inspiring and collaborative event.