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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Urban Air Mobility by Technische Universität München (TUM)

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About the Course

View the course trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EimqY7-0yRs&t=33s How can the traffic collapse of the global multimillion cities be prevented? One way out could lead upwards: Urban air transport. By 2030, it is estimated that around 60 percent of humanity will live in cities. If it is possible to shift some of the traffic from the roads to the air, researchers believe this could help to further ensure the basic human need for mobility. But there are still some technical, social, and legal preconditions to be met. The course gives a first introduction to the relatively new field of Urban Air Mobility, explaining the technical background as well as giving an overview of all other necessities such as air traffic management, public acceptance, and ecological sustainability. This course is primarily aimed at master's students and PhD candidates and young professionals interested in exploring new fields in aerospace....

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By Michaela H

Sep 22, 2022

The course gives a broad overview and very interesting insights. Different experts present the topic from different angles. This makes the course very diverse and gives interesting impulses to think about the effects and influences of urban air mobility.

By JOSHUA K

Dec 6, 2022

Great course for people interested in aviation. Wish there were more like this on Coursera.

By Sascha v B

May 7, 2022

A really interesting topic. Great content!

By Sudhir K T

Sep 26, 2022

Excellent course for unknown person

By Dalia A

Dec 23, 2022

Excellent Course!

By Jesus G

Sep 9, 2022

By Luca S

Aug 29, 2022

Every "week" has different teachers, some are good and interesting, some others are less interesting. Also the quiz, some are extremely easy, some others too difficult.

By Md A S

Aug 21, 2022

There's no response from moderators. The courese is helpful but the quiz questions are poorly formed.