Kitty Hawk Repositions Heaviside As Autonomous Air Taxi

Remotely piloted and fully autonomous flight of Heaviside has been tested in military exercises.
Credit: Kitty Hawk
Kitty Hawk has shifted strategy with its Heaviside electric vertical-takeoff aircraft and is now developing a remotely piloted two-seat air taxi rather than a single-seat owner-flown fast commuting vehicle. The startup, backed by Google co-founder Larry Page, has acquired U.S. drone manufacturer 3D...
Graham Warwick

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