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Goodyear’s new Aero concept tire transforms into a propellor for flying cars

March 14th, 2019 at 11:42 am » Comments Off

Flying cars and flying taxis are closer than you think. So how will these airborne vehicles make the transition from land to air? Goodyear thinks it knows, and is showing off the Aero — a tire than will be able to both run vertically as a tire and horizontally as a propeller — at the […]



This futuristic jet takes off vertically so you can keep it in your backyard

February 25th, 2019 at 12:11 pm » Comments Off

Meet the TriFan 600. Made by XTI Aircraft, the personal jet could change the way people travel with its ability to take off and land vertically. The jet is equipped with three ducted fans that allow it to lift off and land vertically. That means you could stash this plane on a helipad near your […]



This futuristic Airbus smart seat prototype may make the future of economy flying a bit less miserable

February 24th, 2019 at 1:44 pm » Comments Off

Move Airbus seat concept The Move seat concept was created by London-based design firm Layer for Airbus. The seats are made from lightweight polyester wood smart textile wrapped around an aluminum frame. Electrical currents running through the smart textile allow passengers to control the firmness and the temperature of the seat. Move seats can be […]



Boeing shows off their futuristic autonomous flying taxi!

February 5th, 2019 at 1:59 am » Comments Off

Uber has been a boon for us (especially on Saturday nights in Mumbai), helping us reach places quickly, conveniently and economically. But, they created a problem, sort of. More cars on the roads mean increased traffic in major cities. Well, Boeing is kind of working on this matter, to find a solution. Flying taxis! Not […]



Airbus mulls single-pilot flights as Artificial Intelligence could enable autonomous planes

February 4th, 2019 at 12:36 pm » Comments Off

Skift Take Airbus acknowledges that the “explainability” of artificial intelligence is an impediment to getting regulators to sign off on certain products. Passengers will definitely need some very good explainers, too. Though autopilot is not a new technology, Airbus’s Chief Technology Office Grazia Vittadini said the company is hoping current advances in artificial intelligence will […]



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