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World’s first rideable hoverbike

Опубликовано : 1-09-2017, 16:02 | Категория: Technology news   

Hoversurf, a Russian company that builds unmanned aerial vehicles, published a video last week showing off its latest prototype: Scorpion-3, a single-electric electric motorcycle that looks cool as hell, but probably will not be ready for X-Games in the near future. time.

Manufacturers say that they wanted to combine a motorcycle with the technology of an unmanned ATV to create an "extreme sports tool." The electric plane is designed for "amateur and professional navigators", - says Hoverserf. Although do not expect that a license for a motorcycle or even a pilot license will allow you to commit one of these actions. The only thing that, in my opinion, would be the desire to amputate your legs in the name of extreme sports.
Hoversurf equalized Scorpion-3 with other unchecked, but at the same time flammable prototypes for passengers, such as Malloy, Aeofex, E-volo and Ehang. The company hoverbike uses specialized software to limit its range and speed to ensure a safe ride, the company said. Hoversurf says that the design of Scorpion was "inspired by powerful sports motorcycle frames" and "basically captures the air, changing the height and direction."

So, now that we see half-decent hoverbike technology, the question is what's next? Obviously, the ecosystem of engineers and investors with the head in the clouds and the money spent begins to appear.

The feeling and inventor of YouTube Colin Furze last year showed off his hoverbike, which legally hovers for short periods of time. And the US Department of Defense recently announced a deal with the British company Malloy Aeronautics to develop a vehicle for the US Army. The Dubai Traffic and Transportation Authority concluded a deal with Ehang to test its passenger unmanned aerial vehicles in the sky above the city at the end of this year.

And jet and flying cars too! All of Uber's Airbus are working on a prototype. A year later, when the word "hang" was used to describe the excess of products that did not do anything like this, there are several companies that are working on hanging up - real hang-up - again.
from: theverge.com

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