Wisk Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- Wisk's estimated annual revenue is currently $144.2M per year.
- Wisk's estimated revenue per employee is $321,197
- Wisk has 449 Employees.
- Wisk grew their employee count by 48% last year.
Wisk Competitors & Alternatives
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What Is Wisk?
Wisk is an urban air-mobility company dedicated to delivering safe everyday flight for everyone. With over a decade of piloted and autonomous flight experience, we?ve created Cora?our all-electric, self-flying air taxi that will change the future of daily commutes and urban travel. Formed as a joint venture between The Boeing Company and Kitty Hawk Corporation, Wisk will shape the future of daily commutes and urban travel?safely and sustainably, starting with our launch partnership in New Zealand. The Cora team is now the foundation of Wisk and together we?re working toward a future where you?ll be able to safely soar over traffic and get to where you?re going, faster. Because everyone has somewhere to be, someone to see, and now?a better way to get there. Join our team of innovators, engineers and entrepreneurs in making everyday flight a reality for everyone.keywords:N/A
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Wisk still hasn't set a target certification date for its autonomous vehicle, but Cooper reported that Wisk wants to have its aircraft ready for...
California-based eVTOL developer Wisk Aero and U.K. infrastructure company Skyports have teamed up to look at how vertiports and other...
Electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft developer Wisk Aero is collaborating with Skyports, vertiport designer and operator.
Archer Aviation is ramping up its defense against claims by rival Wisk Aero that it misappropriated trade secrets. Archer, which unveiled its Maker eVTOL earlier this month, alleged in a court filing late Wednesday that Wisk learned of Archer’s aircraft design weeks before it filed its patent de ...
Wisk Aero, the air mobility company borne out of a joint venture between Kitty Hawk and Boeing, filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Archer Aviation alleging patent infringement and trade secret misappropriation. Wisk claims in the lawsuit that Archer perpetrated a “brazen theft” of confidential inf ...
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