这一协作则是在NASA的Urban Air Mobility（大城市空中交通）新项目--致力于为将来的大城市间无人飞机配送和中小型上空道路运输一般路面--下进行。
According to reports, the authoritative experts of the NASA Ames Institute will collaborate with the Uber elite team this week to conduct electronic computer simulation tests for future air travel. According to NASA, according to this test they will get statistics on other items that they already know and that they still have to create inventions.
This collaboration is under NASA's Urban Air Mobility (new urban air traffic) project, which is dedicated to the future of unmanned aircraft distribution between large cities and small and medium-sized roads.
According to statistics, NASA actually collaborated with Uber at the end of 2017, when it was to help develop the necessary system software designed to manage the unmanned aircraft and other small aircraft that will fly at low altitudes in the future. This level of management is necessary for distribution services that use short-haul lines for unmanned aircraft and VTOL vehicles.
According to statistics, this prosperous air traffic system software is called Metropolitan Air Traffic (UAM), which will manage the air traffic system software of large cities. According to NASA's own announcement, this kind of route intelligent management system will make this kind of logistics and transportation operation become a will, and will also ensure that it is not easy to produce impact and other problems.
NASA said that Uber has already shared its plan to start the long-distance carpooling of the Internet in large cities to help them develop their own system software. This week, each other will conduct tests to determine what information content and statistics are necessary for UAM.
In this test, the elite team will not be able to put the real four-axis aircraft into the sky. Just use the computer software connected to NASA and Uber to run simulations of various scenarios.