Exploring the Technological Challenges of Decarbonising Aviation
For the aviation industry to contribute to the UNFCC target of limiting global temperature rises to no more than 1.5°C by 2050, new fuel and propulsion technologies are needed.
What does the future of aviation look like?
We’ve used our AI-based insights platform to harvest, analyse and identify trends in over 800,000 internet open-source documents that discuss the future of aviation.
Download our report to discover:
- The current landscape of decarbonisation in the aviation industry, and technological challenges being faced.
- Key technology enablers to decarbonising aviation, with AI-driven insights into their trends and relationship with regulation.
- The Top 20 companies in the space and their connection strengths with decarbonisation enabling technologies.
Meet the Author – Ian Jones, Co-Founder & Chief Innovation Officer
As a co-founder of AMPLYFI, Ian formulates the company’s long term vision and strategy as well as working on innovative projects within the company. With over 25 years’ experience in natural resource technologies spanning industry and government, Ian has held a number of analytical, commercial and leadership roles across BP and is a regular guest lecturer at Oxford, Cambridge and Tsinghua universities. Before founding AMPLYFI, Ian developed BP’s global technology and commercialisation strategies as well as the Group’s Global Resource Base assessment, one of the most comprehensive views of the world’s primary energy resource base.