Dubai Flying Taxis Has Started Testing Over Sky

Dubai Flying Taxis: Almost every country is trying their best to excel in the field of technology, Dubai is one of those. According to recent reports, Dubai is testing their first ever flying taxis. Flying Taxi Dubai Price will be $100 per trip and the cost of the Taxi is not yet mentioned.

They carried an experiment flying on Monday which determines that we will soon see the world’s first drone taxi service. The innovative project is initiated by the United Arab Emirates city which will outshine the country.

Dubai Flying Taxis Has Started Testing Over Sky

Dubai Flying Taxis Has Started Testing Over Sky

German drone firm Volocopter designed the flying taxi. They arranged a small two-seater helicopter cabin covered with a spacious hoop studded 18 propellers. The taxi modified for the first examine operation in a function organized for Dubai Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed. The taxi can be operated without using a remote control. It recorded the highest flight term of 30 minutes. It includes lots of fail-safes used in an emergency like backup batteries, rotors and, a pair of parachutes.

Dubai Flying Taxis Has Started Testing Over Sky

Dubai Flying Taxis Has Started Testing Over Sky

Volocopter is not just one company in this development race. European and U.S. companies are also in the queue. Various companies are practicing their own methods for developing the best flying taxi. Some of the examples are the aerospace monster Airbus, which intends to organize a self-piloting fling taxi by 2020, Kitty Hawk developed by the Google co-founder Larry Page, and finally Uber, operating with associates to invent individual flying taxi.

Dubai Flying Taxis Has Started Testing Over Sky

Dubai Flying Taxis Has Started Testing Over Sky

CEO Florian Reuter said, “Soon the project will be launched, and we will observe people using their smartphone app to order the Volocopter. They will come to pick you up and drop you to your goal. The manufacturers are intended to begin the taxis after next five years. As told earlier, Dubai has carried a test on Monday. In the result, the device flew skyward about 200 meters and moved for about five minutes above a windswept spot of sand extending across the emirate’s Gulf coast.

Fitted in brief white robes and headdresses, Sheikh Hamdan and his companions applauded admiringly from a nearby spot when the device was in the air. The UAE has attempted to excel and combat as a high-tech, progressive community. It has also decided to transport unmanned probe to Mars by 2021. It will be Arab world’s initial mission to space. Dubai is also working on the first driverless metro and robot policemen prototypes. So, the time is not far when we will book a flying taxi using our smartphones.

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