For users in the world, Japanese company NEC Corp has introduced a flying car. The company also offered a test of the car. During the test, the car went up to a height of about 10 feet. NEC has introduced the car at a time when the app-based cab aggregator company Uber is set to launch commercial operations on its air flights from 2023.
In its statement, NEC company officials say their flying car is designed for unmanned flights. During testing, the car went up to a height of 3 meters and was tested at the NEC center in Tokyo. The flying car is like a large drone-like machine with four fans (propellers). The Japanese government is cooperating in the making of these flying cars. The cars are undergoing continuous testing following the 2011 tsunami, earthquake and nuclear threat in Japan's northeastern city of Fukushima. The site of the test was surrounded by nets. These flying cars will also be used to connect the various islands of Mai, a province in central Japan famous as a resort of Hollywood celebrities.
For your information, Japan's startup company Cartivator's flying car crashed during the same test in 2017. The test on Monday also found Carivator CEO Tomogiri Fukuzawa. Machines will also fly soon, he said. The Cartivator's flying car is being sponsored by NEC, as well as 80 companies sponsoring the project, including Toyota Motor Corp and video game company Bandai Namco Holdings.NEC says the flying car will be unmanned, but the company will use this technology. Other operations, such as space travel and cybersecurity, will also take place. These cars are called EVtol i.e. Electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing Aircraft.
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