There is just one week left to submit questions to industry experts who have presented at Varon Vehicles’ Skyscraper 2020, the virtual summit leading conversations about Urban Air Mobility in Latin America.

Launched on November 20th, those visiting Skyscraper can access a wealth of material which showcases the current status of technologies to help make Urban Air Mobility a reality in the region.

It includes featured presentations from companies which have collaborated with Varon Vehicles, and others which cover a wide range of topics – from Aeronautics, Implementation, Business Case for Urban Air Mobility, Mobility and Urban Air Mobility in the Community.

Also included in Skyscraper 2020 are several interviews conducted by industry journalists, which included eVTOL Insights editor Jason Pritchard.

Felipe Varon, CEO and Founder of Varon Vehicles, said: “We are very happy with the results of our Varon Vehicles summit Skyscraper2020. It has allowed us to present the current status of our Urban Air Mobility Infrastructure Networks development and consolidate our ecosystem for implementation of this new mobility infrastructure in Latin America.

“Visitors can still interact with presenters until December 15th 2020, and the content will remain available permanently. We’re looking forward to what’s coming in 2021 as we continue development.”

Also included in Skyscraper are Varon Vehicles’ eight think tanks, which ran from August to November in the build-up to the virtual summit. Each one featured a panel of industry experts discussing issues such as vertiports, insurance, airspace integration and regulations.

Companies featured in Skyscraper include Aerial Transportation Solutions, Airio, Jaunt Air Mobility, Resilienx, TruWeather Solutions, PS&S, Real-Time Innovations, ANRA Technologies, EmbraerX, EVE, Akin Gump, Vayus Aero, Skyports, Paladin AI, SMG Consulting, Colombian Aeronautical Industry Corporation (CIAC), AirTaxi Now, Quantitative Scientific Solutions, Radius Capital, Nexa Capital Partners, Canadian Advanced Air Mobility Consortium, New Urban Mobility Alliance (NUMO), Walle Mobility, SUMO, Flight Crowd and the Community Air Mobility Initiative (CAMI).

To view all of the content on Skyscraper 2020, visit Questions can be submitted to presenters up until Tuesday, December 15th.