If something 2000 and beyond much disappointed us the unfulfilled promises of flying cars. Of course, there are plans that can be driven on the streets of the city, but they are not exactly ordinary, and not as impressive as what science fiction films of the 80s have led us to believe in anyway. Now Airbus, one of the world's biggest aviation brands, promises to make its share clearly jams with independent taxis, and plans to have a functional prototype of high flying by the end of this year.
According to Reuters, said Airbus CEO Tom Enders, the company plans to develop within its division in Germany City Air Mobility to continue a stand-alone vehicle by one person to a recent technology conference. "We are in a period of experimentation, we take this development seriously," Enders said. "One hundred years ago, underground urban transport has passed, now we have to go technical means above the ground."
Enders therefore cited the potential of flying cars to provide some much-needed relief to the city's infrastructure like roads and bridges - after all, flying cars did not stretch the pavement. In addition, Rodin Lyasoff, CEO of A ^ 3, Airbus' advanced group of projects, suggests that flying cars are actually much closer to reality than we think. "Many of the technologies needed, such as batteries, motors and avionics are more of the way," he says on the company's website.
But Lyasoff points out therefore made one of the biggest hurdles today is the technology thatwill allow vehicles to avoid collisions while flying autonomously, but says solving problems have already become a priority. The company's current plan to have a single passenger boat in the air within the next 12 months are ambitious, but apparently under the possibility, to take its air bag and leash Because the future is just around the corner.