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The aerospace giant first made a commitment to the tech last August, when it announced it hoped to make flying, autonomous taxis a thing. "Many of the technologies needed, such as batteries, motors and avionics are most of the way there," Rodin Lyasoff said, the Airbus executive in charge of the burgeoning project. Enders on Monday added that the company hoped the flying vehicles would reduce infrastructure costs for cities, and said Airbus is making them as environmentally friendly as possible.
originally posted by: Kashai
It would be the next logical step in the sense of a drone that can carry passengers.
The Cormorant, billed as a flying car, is capable of transporting 500kg (around half a tonne) of weight and traveling at 185 km (115 miles) per hour. It completed its first automated solo flight over terrain in November. Its total price is estimated at $14 million.
they plan to unveil their flying car known as the Aeromobile 3.0 sometime this year.
I wonder what's going on behind the scenes with the development of the infrastructure for flying cars? What says ATS?