Kitty Hawk passenger copter from Google co-founder
Kitty Hawk passenger copter from Google co-founder

Kitty Hawk passenger copter from Google co-founder

Пассажирский коптер Kitty Hawk от сооснователя Google (3 фото + видео) It is possible that by 2018 single-seat Kitty Hawk copters will be on sale, which will work on electricity – the first videos showing the flight tests of equipment over a California lake appeared on the network. The project is personally funded by Larry Page, one of the legendary founders of Google. Пассажирский коптер Kitty Hawk от сооснователя Google (3 фото + видео) Пассажирский коптер Kitty Hawk от сооснователя Google (3 фото + видео) Belonging to the category of super-light (the transporter can withstand the weight of one person), the aircraft does not require the owner to obtain a pilot’s license, and you can learn how to operate it in a matter of minutes. The development team is sure that these advantages will ensure maximum coverage of the target audience. The startups Kitty Hawk and Zee.Aero, which aroused the interest of Larry Page, received about $ 100 million from the programmer and provided jobs for more than one and a half hundred people. But, of course, these are not the only projects that are currently creating vertical take-off machines. So, Airbus Corporation presented the prototype Pop.Up, working on the same principle. Since the legal framework for the development of such vehicles in the United States began to be prepared three years ago, it is obvious that new products in this industry will continue to appear. Several companies intend to bring their flying cars to the market in 2018-2019. Among them are unmanned passenger drones EHang 184, Aerotaxi Lilium Jet and PAL-V Liberty.

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