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Aug 07, 2019, 03:07 AM
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A flight of fancy – into the future


Gone are the days when drones were used only for security and for patrolling remote areas, or using them for cinematic production or capturing breathtaking panoramic photographs. It’s about time we break the bubble and introduce you to the drones of the future. Welcome to the golden age of hassle free travel. Yes, we are referring to the new highly sophisticated and autonomous drones of the future. These modern marvels are all hybrid powered, which make them more powerful than the commercial drones which use the conventional battery to power them up. This hybrid technology provides a high level of energy security through a mix of methods, which in short, is equivalent to a ‘super battery’. This increases the endurance of the machines as they have been designed to work under extreme conditions and to lift heavy materials. Surely, these machines appear to be right out of a Hollywood Science fiction blockbuster.

Urban air travel, passenger drones for civilian travel? Too good to be true? Well, this is now a reality. Drone technology has made huge strides in the recent past. Not very long ago, drones were only robots remotely controlled by a pilot, often they were referred to as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). However, things are quite different now. Drone technology has undergone rapid changes and is making very steady progress; shall we say by leaps and bounds?

Imagine journeys that are several times faster than any other mode of transport, travelling up to 300km in just an hour. Connecting you with the unconnected, taking you to places where man cannot reach. How about a 360º high-speed connectivity? Yes, this has now become the talk of the hour. Drone technology is constantly evolving and is currently undergoing groundbreaking progressive improvement.

These Jets will continue to amaze people, as a dedicated team of experts are constantly working on the drone technology. Doing everything they can to cater to the dynamic needs of tomorrows consumers. A committed group working towards viable passenger drones by addressing the mechanical, engineering, safety and regulatory challenges. Being responsible is another aspect, and this is the perfect time to decouple aviation emissions. Hence, they are all powerful, vertical take-off and landing jets. Therefore, we don’t really require for additional infrastructure thereby making them economically viable and environment friendly.

They have been built based on industry requirements, and to make life easier for the future air traveller. Imagine, no traffic congestion problems, saving time, flying wherever you want, a service that is affordable and with exceptional customer experience. Yes, one can only dream of such a technology. Well, it’s indeed a dream come true, an innovation in aerial drone technology, a new mode of transportation which defies just about anything.

Although this technology is relatively new, it’s very promising. Ominous signs that point towards a new era of passenger drones. With time ticking by, we may just see the best, the fastest, the most efficient and cost effective mode of transportation taking shape and becoming the only mode of air travel in the near future. It sure has all the right ingredients to become a magical flying experience like no other. People will just have to experience it!

Drones set for commercialisation, passenger drones, air taxis or air ambulances; in a short period of time will become a very important requirement of the day to day life. With so much going around, there’s certainly a lot to be excited about with the advances of these passenger drone projects. Slowly but surely, these drones will take over the other modes of transportation and get us to our destinations within a very short span of time.

Let us hope that these magnificent marvels continue to soar higher and make things easier for all of us. These drones mark a new beginning in the age of air travel, and we are only getting started. With the option of flying to and fro within minimum time, you are never really far from home.

Really a remarkable achievement for mankind, and there’s still a long way to go and reach greater heights. But the progress it’s making, there’s surely no looking back. These drones are here to navigate our way through. We need to sit back, relax and enjoy the flight, because the journey has just begun...

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Aug 07, 2019, 10:26 AM
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And why is this in a electric warbird thread?..
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Aug 07, 2019, 01:10 PM
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Future wars will be fought using drones,

dropping packages on each other, ..... cardboard boxes are so much more environmentally friendly

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Aug 07, 2019, 09:00 PM
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