How will flying cars be integrated into existing infrastructure and transport systems ?

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There is currently significant interest in the potential for flying cars, also known as vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) vehicles, to revolutionize transportation. These vehicles have the potential to address some of the challenges associated with traditional ground-based transportation, such as congestion and limited mobility in certain areas. However, integrating flying cars into existing infrastructure and transport systems will likely require significant changes and considerations.

What factors might influence the uptake of air taxis ?

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In recent years, there has been significant interest in air taxis as a potential solution for addressing the growing demand for urban mobility. Many companies, including well-known names such as Uber and Joby Aviation, have been working on developing air taxi technology and business models.

Freight transport can be a hydrogen airship

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Not only is the H2 Clipper completely zero emissions, but the cost is a quarter of current air transport costs. And while this is not the end of the benefits, the future of airships is still not assured, mainly because of their history.

Germany closer to drone transport

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It’s not just any cargo that Wingcopter’s drone is flying to its target: blood products to save lives. Twenty-six kilometres is the distance between Greifswald and Wolgast, where Wingcopter drones helped with the delivery in the northeastern German state of Mecklenburg.