Electro.Aero announces four partnerships at Revolution.Aero Dublin
Electro.Aero has announced four new partnerships with electric aviation firms Aerovy Mobility, Altaport, Greenstar Aviation Partners and Skyportz.
The Australian electric aviation charging technology firm made the new partnerships public at Revolution.Aero’s Dublin conference earlier this week.
Richard Charlton, CEO & co-founder of Electro.Aero: “With these new partnerships covering software, leasing, and infrastructure development, our customers will now be able to install our world leading, high tech aircraft charging solutions with fully integrated smart software for electricity and traffic management, all at minimal upfront cost.”
Aerovy Mobility develops electrical infrastructure software for AAM. When integrated with Electro.Aero chargers and battery energy storage systems, Aerovy software enables pricing of aircraft charging services based on machine learning of supply and demand patterns. This means that providers of charging services can ensure that every aircraft gets the charge they need, when they need it, whilst at the same time minimising electricity costs from the grid, according to the firms.
Altaport produces automation software for airports, heliports, vertiports and droneports. Integrated with Electro.Aero charging infrastructure, Altaport’s software will allow the management of charging slots by pre-booking and queue control of incoming aircraft needing a charge — maximising the utilisation of charging assets.
Greenstar Aviation Partners specialises in structured leasing solutions for electric aircraft and charging infrastructure.
Finally, Skyportz, a developer of vertiport infrastructure, is focused on securing access to ‘prime sites’ for vertiports. With a portfolio of existing sites across Australia, Skyportz assists property developers and owners to prepare for future air taxi and freight services.
Charlton added: “Electro.Aero is committed to providing full turnkey aircraft charging solutions for our customers, whether they are aircraft manufacturers, aircraft operators, airports, or vertiports.”