Video: The Japanese Raised A Flying Machine With A Man On Board
2023 Author: Natalie MacDonald | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 13:59
A video recording of a demonstration flight of a flying car for one passenger was distributed by the Japanese company SkyDrive. As the Associated Press clarifies, the developers intend to bring the process to the conveyor stage by 2023.
- The video clearly shows how the device with eight screws around the compact passenger capsule rises about one and a half meters above the ground, makes a circle around the site and lands at the same point from which it took off. It is not specified whether the flight was controlled by a person inside or the movement of the apparatus was controlled from the side.
- SkyDrive engineers now call their main task to ensure the safety of passengers. In addition, work is underway in the direction of increasing the flight range: at the moment, the machine can be in the air for no more than 10 minutes, but the designers want to extend this time by at least half an hour.
Unlike air vehicles already on sale in the United States and some European countries, the Japanese design does not have a wheeled chassis, so it cannot move on the ground. However, SkyDrive expects to position it as a personal air transport. In addition, it is planned to build an unmanned air taxi on the basis of this development.
- The first officially registered commercial flight of a passenger drone took place in July in the Chinese province of Shandong. The 16-engine EHang 216 is capable of flying at speeds up to 97 km / h for a distance of up to 32 kilometers.
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