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Monday, August 19, 2019

JAPAN SUCCESS FULLY TESTS FLYING CAR


The futuristic world depicted in Back To the future could de closer than We thought.,

A fiying car has been Tested IN JAPAN AND WAS ABLE TO HOVER STEADILY FOR ABOUT A MINUTE USING LIT FOUR PROPELLERS, 

Electronics firm NEC unveiled the Technology at a facility in the city of Abiko. Situated around (22) miles from Tokyo,

Two brief demonstrations took place inside A giant cage And those Watching were told To wear helmets As A precaution,

The Japanese government aims To have people using flying cars By the (2030)S and has bached the construction of A huge test Course IN AN area devastated BY the (2011) tsunami and Nuclear disasters in fukushima

There are also hopes to use flying cars To connect islands in the mie resort area. Which is frequented By Hollywood Celebrities,

Japan Wants To become A World leader in the sector but could find itself competing with Dubai. Which is also aggressively pursuing the technology.

However. There are still huge hurdles To overcome before flying cars can become commonplace - including battery life. The Need for regulations and safety Concerns,

Flying cars. Often called Evtol =electric vertical take - off and landing aircraft - are defined As aircraft Which are electric. Or hybrid electric. With driverless capabilities and the adility to take off land eitically,



The new vehicles aim To de detter than helicopters. Which are expensive To maintain. Noisy To fly And Require trained pilots,

A flying car By Japanese startup cartivator proved unsuccessful after It crashed during A 
Demonstration in (2017). But company bosses say they have since developed their technology So their Machines can last longer, 

NEC is one of more than (80)companies sponsoring cartivator 's flying CAR, 

Officials say the machine is designed for 
Unmanned flighst for deliveries, but flying. CARS 
Could also De used In disaster relief operations. 

Ride-hailing app Uber is also launching its own version of the technology called Uber Air in the US and plans to start demonstrator flights in 2020 and commercial operations in 2023.

Ride =hailing App uder is also launching its own  version of the technology Called uder Air IN the US AND plans to start demonstrator flights in (2020) anD commercial operations in (2023)?