CIVATAglobal: Aligning global best practices in community engagement
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About the Event
This seminar addressed the following questions: Are there common principles to best-practice community engagement – or is every community and city different? What part can associations play building bridges between communities and industry? What lessons have we learnt so far and what should be the next steps? How should local authorities develop industry knowledge and competencies?
Online recording is available here.
Some of the key discussed points included:
Engaging the public and educating school and college students
The key messages about Urban Air Mobility for different generations
Mariya Tarabanovska, Co-Founder, Flight Crowd (UK)
What have we learnt so far from Industry / Local Authority Transportation Agency collaboration on Urban Air Mobility / Advanced Air Mobility
The Urban Air Policy Collaborative process and key takeaways
Yolanka Wulff, Executive Director, CAMI (USA)
Diversity and inclusion as a vital ingredient of success
Diversity, inclusion and lessons from community engagement in Advanced Air Mobility operations in Vancouver & across Canada
JR Hammond, Executive Director, CAAM (Canada)
Ensuring integration of aviation industry and Urban Air Mobility new entrant actors
How do new Urban Air Mobility players fit into the drone industry eco-system?
Greg Tyrell, Executive Director, AAUS (Australia) (pre-recorded)