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Latająca taksówka ma być tania jak UBER (7)

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A company have claimed their new air taxi will cost the same as taking an Uber. Last month (in May), Massachusetts-based Alaka???i Technologies unveiled Skai, the world???s first hydrogen fuel cell powered ??sair mobility solution???. The company explained: ??sFrom its sleek, uncluttered design, radically simple and safe electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicle, to its fuel source - a system that runs entirely on hydrogen fuel cells - Skai is poised to be one of the safest, cleanest and most versatile air mobility solutions introduced to the world.??? Now, Brian Morrison, CTO of Skai, told innovation website New Atlas on Friday (7 June): ??sThe price right out of the box will be comparable to what a generic Uber would charge to go the same distance.??? Mr Morrison said that although the Skai will roll-out with a pilot on board, they plan to have them remote operated, then go fully autonomous, meaning a payload cost reduction with increased room for more passengers. He also believes hydrogen will become cheaper over time. The Skai will be able to fly for 4 Hours with a range of 400 Miles. There would be room for five passengers, while it has been ??sdesigned for the ultimate in safety???, with an Airframe Parachute. The company are aiming for commercial flights by the end of 2020. SKAI INFORMATION Skai???s core team members are nationally-recognized aerospace experts, engineers, and veteran pilots who have served in top-level positions at NASA, Raytheon, Beech, Cirrus, Dayjet, and the Department of Defense who collaborated on the vision of solving some of the world???s most-pressing global challenges across transportation, energy and the environment. Skai is co-designed by Designworks, the design innovation studio for the BMW Group, to leverage its creative expertise to help shape a world-class vehicle. The result is Skai, stripped away of all unnecessary complexity, waste and possible points of failure, leaving the most essential elem
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A company have claimed their new air taxi will cost the same as taking an Uber. Last month (in May), Massachusetts-based Alaka???i Technologies unveiled Skai, the world???s first hydrogen fuel cell powered ??sair mobility solution???. The company explained: ??sFrom its sleek, uncluttered design, radically simple and safe electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicle, to its fuel source - a system that runs entirely on hydrogen fuel cells - Skai is poised to be one of the safest, cleanest and most versatile air mobility solutions introduced to the world.??? Now, Brian Morrison, CTO of Skai, told innovation website New Atlas on Friday (7 June): ??sThe price right out of the box will be comparable to what a generic Uber would charge to go the same distance.??? Mr Morrison said that although the Skai will roll-out with a pilot on board, they plan to have them remote operated, then go fully autonomous, meaning a payload cost reduction with increased room for more passengers. He also believes hydrogen will become cheaper over time. The Skai will be able to fly for 4 Hours with a range of 400 Miles. There would be room for five passengers, while it has been ??sdesigned for the ultimate in safety???, with an Airframe Parachute. The company are aiming for commercial flights by the end of 2020. SKAI INFORMATION Skai???s core team members are nationally-recognized aerospace experts, engineers, and veteran pilots who have served in top-level positions at NASA, Raytheon, Beech, Cirrus, Dayjet, and the Department of Defense who collaborated on the vision of solving some of the world???s most-pressing global challenges across transportation, energy and the environment. Skai is co-designed by Designworks, the design innovation studio for the BMW Group, to leverage its creative expertise to help shape a world-class vehicle. The result is Skai, stripped away of all unnecessary complexity, waste and possible points of failure, leaving the most essential elem
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A company have claimed their new air taxi will cost the same as taking an Uber. Last month (in May), Massachusetts-based Alaka???i Technologies unveiled Skai, the world???s first hydrogen fuel cell powered ??sair mobility solution???. The company explained: ??sFrom its sleek, uncluttered design, radically simple and safe electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicle, to its fuel source - a system that runs entirely on hydrogen fuel cells - Skai is poised to be one of the safest, cleanest and most versatile air mobility solutions introduced to the world.??? Now, Brian Morrison, CTO of Skai, told innovation website New Atlas on Friday (7 June): ??sThe price right out of the box will be comparable to what a generic Uber would charge to go the same distance.??? Mr Morrison said that although the Skai will roll-out with a pilot on board, they plan to have them remote operated, then go fully autonomous, meaning a payload cost reduction with increased room for more passengers. He also believes hydrogen will become cheaper over time. The Skai will be able to fly for 4 Hours with a range of 400 Miles. There would be room for five passengers, while it has been ??sdesigned for the ultimate in safety???, with an Airframe Parachute. The company are aiming for commercial flights by the end of 2020. SKAI INFORMATION Skai???s core team members are nationally-recognized aerospace experts, engineers, and veteran pilots who have served in top-level positions at NASA, Raytheon, Beech, Cirrus, Dayjet, and the Department of Defense who collaborated on the vision of solving some of the world???s most-pressing global challenges across transportation, energy and the environment. Skai is co-designed by Designworks, the design innovation studio for the BMW Group, to leverage its creative expertise to help shape a world-class vehicle. The result is Skai, stripped away of all unnecessary complexity, waste and possible points of failure, leaving the most essential elem
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A company have claimed their new air taxi will cost the same as taking an Uber. Last month (in May), Massachusetts-based Alaka???i Technologies unveiled Skai, the world???s first hydrogen fuel cell powered ??sair mobility solution???. The company explained: ??sFrom its sleek, uncluttered design, radically simple and safe electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicle, to its fuel source - a system that runs entirely on hydrogen fuel cells - Skai is poised to be one of the safest, cleanest and most versatile air mobility solutions introduced to the world.??? Now, Brian Morrison, CTO of Skai, told innovation website New Atlas on Friday (7 June): ??sThe price right out of the box will be comparable to what a generic Uber would charge to go the same distance.??? Mr Morrison said that although the Skai will roll-out with a pilot on board, they plan to have them remote operated, then go fully autonomous, meaning a payload cost reduction with increased room for more passengers. He also believes hydrogen will become cheaper over time. The Skai will be able to fly for 4 Hours with a range of 400 Miles. There would be room for five passengers, while it has been ??sdesigned for the ultimate in safety???, with an Airframe Parachute. The company are aiming for commercial flights by the end of 2020. SKAI INFORMATION Skai???s core team members are nationally-recognized aerospace experts, engineers, and veteran pilots who have served in top-level positions at NASA, Raytheon, Beech, Cirrus, Dayjet, and the Department of Defense who collaborated on the vision of solving some of the world???s most-pressing global challenges across transportation, energy and the environment. Skai is co-designed by Designworks, the design innovation studio for the BMW Group, to leverage its creative expertise to help shape a world-class vehicle. The result is Skai, stripped away of all unnecessary complexity, waste and possible points of failure, leaving the most essential elem
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A company have claimed their new air taxi will cost the same as taking an Uber. Last month (in May), Massachusetts-based Alaka???i Technologies unveiled Skai, the world???s first hydrogen fuel cell powered ??sair mobility solution???. The company explained: ??sFrom its sleek, uncluttered design, radically simple and safe electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicle, to its fuel source - a system that runs entirely on hydrogen fuel cells - Skai is poised to be one of the safest, cleanest and most versatile air mobility solutions introduced to the world.??? Now, Brian Morrison, CTO of Skai, told innovation website New Atlas on Friday (7 June): ??sThe price right out of the box will be comparable to what a generic Uber would charge to go the same distance.??? Mr Morrison said that although the Skai will roll-out with a pilot on board, they plan to have them remote operated, then go fully autonomous, meaning a payload cost reduction with increased room for more passengers. He also believes hydrogen will become cheaper over time. The Skai will be able to fly for 4 Hours with a range of 400 Miles. There would be room for five passengers, while it has been ??sdesigned for the ultimate in safety???, with an Airframe Parachute. The company are aiming for commercial flights by the end of 2020. SKAI INFORMATION Skai???s core team members are nationally-recognized aerospace experts, engineers, and veteran pilots who have served in top-level positions at NASA, Raytheon, Beech, Cirrus, Dayjet, and the Department of Defense who collaborated on the vision of solving some of the world???s most-pressing global challenges across transportation, energy and the environment. Skai is co-designed by Designworks, the design innovation studio for the BMW Group, to leverage its creative expertise to help shape a world-class vehicle. The result is Skai, stripped away of all unnecessary complexity, waste and possible points of failure, leaving the most essential elem
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A company have claimed their new air taxi will cost the same as taking an Uber. Last month (in May), Massachusetts-based Alaka???i Technologies unveiled Skai, the world???s first hydrogen fuel cell powered ??sair mobility solution???. The company explained: ??sFrom its sleek, uncluttered design, radically simple and safe electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicle, to its fuel source - a system that runs entirely on hydrogen fuel cells - Skai is poised to be one of the safest, cleanest and most versatile air mobility solutions introduced to the world.??? Now, Brian Morrison, CTO of Skai, told innovation website New Atlas on Friday (7 June): ??sThe price right out of the box will be comparable to what a generic Uber would charge to go the same distance.??? Mr Morrison said that although the Skai will roll-out with a pilot on board, they plan to have them remote operated, then go fully autonomous, meaning a payload cost reduction with increased room for more passengers. He also believes hydrogen will become cheaper over time. The Skai will be able to fly for 4 Hours with a range of 400 Miles. There would be room for five passengers, while it has been ??sdesigned for the ultimate in safety???, with an Airframe Parachute. The company are aiming for commercial flights by the end of 2020. SKAI INFORMATION Skai???s core team members are nationally-recognized aerospace experts, engineers, and veteran pilots who have served in top-level positions at NASA, Raytheon, Beech, Cirrus, Dayjet, and the Department of Defense who collaborated on the vision of solving some of the world???s most-pressing global challenges across transportation, energy and the environment. Skai is co-designed by Designworks, the design innovation studio for the BMW Group, to leverage its creative expertise to help shape a world-class vehicle. The result is Skai, stripped away of all unnecessary complexity, waste and possible points of failure, leaving the most essential elem
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A company have claimed their new air taxi will cost the same as taking an Uber. Last month (in May), Massachusetts-based Alaka???i Technologies unveiled Skai, the world???s first hydrogen fuel cell powered ??sair mobility solution???. The company explained: ??sFrom its sleek, uncluttered design, radically simple and safe electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicle, to its fuel source - a system that runs entirely on hydrogen fuel cells - Skai is poised to be one of the safest, cleanest and most versatile air mobility solutions introduced to the world.??? Now, Brian Morrison, CTO of Skai, told innovation website New Atlas on Friday (7 June): ??sThe price right out of the box will be comparable to what a generic Uber would charge to go the same distance.??? Mr Morrison said that although the Skai will roll-out with a pilot on board, they plan to have them remote operated, then go fully autonomous, meaning a payload cost reduction with increased room for more passengers. He also believes hydrogen will become cheaper over time. The Skai will be able to fly for 4 Hours with a range of 400 Miles. There would be room for five passengers, while it has been ??sdesigned for the ultimate in safety???, with an Airframe Parachute. The company are aiming for commercial flights by the end of 2020. SKAI INFORMATION Skai???s core team members are nationally-recognized aerospace experts, engineers, and veteran pilots who have served in top-level positions at NASA, Raytheon, Beech, Cirrus, Dayjet, and the Department of Defense who collaborated on the vision of solving some of the world???s most-pressing global challenges across transportation, energy and the environment. Skai is co-designed by Designworks, the design innovation studio for the BMW Group, to leverage its creative expertise to help shape a world-class vehicle. The result is Skai, stripped away of all unnecessary complexity, waste and possible points of failure, leaving the most essential elem
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