ZeroG has been ramping up its efforts to develop and commercialize its eVTOL technologies.
China's eVTOL industry, albeit nascent, has been growing rapidly, driven by the prospect of a bigger role for more environment-friendly forms of transport in the future urban air mobility (UAM) network.
ZeroG sets itself apart from peers with its diversified product portfolio spanning three types of architecture: multi-copter, lift-and-cruise and tilt-rotor.
ZeroG claims to be the only domestic eVTOL startup to diversify into three major design architectures, including multi-copter, lift-and-cruise and tilt-rotor.
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