The World Economic Forum has launched a coalition of cities which will work together to make the possibility of advanced and urban aerial mobility a reality. Specialized companies such as Joby Aviation and Volocopter are aiming to have vehicles that will power this revolution in piloted or autonomous flights of four to six passengers ready in a few years. Other traditional aerospace companies such as Airbus and Boeing are also exploring how these new vehicles could support aerial mobility in the future.
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Blaize announced a strategic cooperation agreement with Lidar solutions provider LeiShen, for in-depth cooperation on the integration of Lidar and AI functions in intelligence applications for autonomous operation across a range of automotive and smart city markets in China.