Passenger Drone: Manned Drones are popular these days. We have come across various manned drone before. Recently we have seen “flying taxis” in Dubai which is a good example for a manned drone. concepts already, from “flying taxis” in Dubai. We have also read about the half-car, half-drone system which Airbus has assumed. These manned drones are great, but they are not available globally. Hardly, few countries have this superior technology while others are working on the drone project.
Earlier this week, Passenger Drone company was found which already have a two-person passenger aircraft which is encouraging manned flying beneath its zone. The company doesn’t call it from other names, simply Passenger Drone. The superb manned drone is packed with 16 singular motors coupled with propellers. According to the company, the propellers gives both durability and redundancy. Passenger Drone looks stylish and you will definitely want a ride.
The two seats fixed in Passenger Drone looks similar to the Helicopter seats. The back seat placed behind and raised slightly beyond the pilot. Here it refers to the pilot as the flight is proficient of operating autonomously which makes it a drone. The passengers get a manual flight mode, full with joystick-like flight controllers. The company said that the Passenger Drone took approximately three years to complete. They have decided not to grab reporters consideration although, it was ready to use. The great part is that the company has fortunately achieved manned flight tests.
The invention is surely an exciting enhancement to the casually populated manned drone space. It looks that they are more close to the “flying car” future compared to most of its opponents. There are many questions which are not clear at the moment. The questions may be the price which is assumed higher than regular flights. The company has said the benefits of their device like relief from alleviating traffic jam and the zero-emission option to conventional transports. Perhaps, the US or European city strictly don’t support the manned drones because of red tape and safety laws. We hope that Passenger Drone helps to change the thought of such law and we have the “flying cars” worldwide soon.