Tatsuhiko’s deep-rooted passion for the aviation industry, combined with his creative background and solid analytical skills enable him to deliver unique and innovative solutions for clients.
Prior to joining Alton, Tatsuhiko worked as a business analyst at a Japanese aviation consulting firm, where he conducted comprehensive market studies on trending topics including advanced air mobility (AAM) and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). With an interest in next-generation infrastructure, he also spent time at Tesla Japan, where he was involved in network planning and deployment of Superchargers across the country.
During his time at Alton’s Tokyo and Singapore offices, Tatsuhiko advised clients across multiple disciplines including fleet strategy, supply chain assessment, and eVTOL go-to-market strategies.
Tatsuhiko graduated from Keio University where he earned his BA in Economics. He is a fluent speaker of English, Japanese, Mandarin, and is conversational in Korean.
AAM Entry-Into-Service Considerations - Airport Shuttle Service As advanced air mobility (AAM) nears initial commercialization in the middle of this decade, we take a look at the initial entry-into-service considerations at one of the promising early use cases for AAM – the airport shuttle service. We breakdown the stakeholder considerations…