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  1. RESEARCH POSTER PRESENTATION DESIGN © 2015 www.PosterPresentations.com A flying car, air taxi or other air mobility ideas in the works could literally rise above those dilemmas. Industry watchers and proponents see them becoming part of the transportation network and generating as much as $5 billion a year in service revenue. That would open up areas farther from city centers for development as consumers use air mobility along with public transit, cars and ride-hailing apps. Textron's (TXT) Bell is developing a hybrid air taxi that runs on both electricity and conventional fuel to give it a longer range than just battery- powered vehicles. Its market would include trips between downtowns and rural areas or even short city-to-city hops. AIR TAXIES 1. Advances in batteries and electric motors have changed the economics of flying car or air taxi transport. 2. But battery-powered electric motors eliminate more complex transmission systems that need a lot of time and knowledge to repair. They also will be much quieter than helicopters, making them more acceptable to city dwellers. 3. Meanwhile, improvements in artificial intelligence mean paying a pilot to ferry passengers around won't be necessary. And that frees up another seat for a paying passenger. FLYING CAR, AIR TAXI: WHY NOW? TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENTS WE CAN INCLUDE IN THE AVIATION INDUSTRIES 1) Internet of things (iot) 2) Drone deliveries 3) Augmented reality beyond entertainment and virtual reality 4) 3d printing manufacturing 5) E – commerce for supply chain 6) Blockchain tech 7) Artificial intelligence and mobile solutions 8) Robotics 9) Biometrics 10)Wearable tech FLYING CAR AND AIR TAXI TEAMS COME TOGETHER Airbus is working with Volkswagen's Audi to design a flying car that can drive on the road and take flight. Airbus is separately developing Vahana, an autonomous single-seat aircraft, and CityAirbus, a four-seat aircraft. Volocopter is building an air taxi with the help of Mercedes-Benz parent Daimler with plans to launch a service in three to five years. And Joby Aviation has received investments from Toyota and JetBlue Airways (JBLU). AIR TAXI IN INDIA “Mumbai, Delhi, and Bangalore are some of the most congested cities in the world, where traveling even a few kilometres can take over an hour,” Uber said in a press release. “Uber Air offers tremendous potential to help create a transportation option that goes over congestion, instead of adding to it.” Experts believe Indian cities’ mounting road traffic woes make the country a perfect market for Elevate Alliance College of Engineering and Design, Alliance University THE FUTURE OF AVIATION AND ITS TECHNOLOGICALADVANCEMENTS
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