In order to meet Uber Air a reality, Uber needs vehicle collaborators to actually develop these electrical horizontal take-off and arriving vehicles. Today at flying taxi forum Uber Elevate, Uber unveiled its newest marriage, Jaunt Air Mobility.
“Jaunt Air Mobility has assembled a highly talented team of knowledge engineers with a long history of designing and licensing eVTOL vehicles, ” Uber Elevate Director of Engineering Mark Moore said in a statement.” Martin Peryea, Jaunt’s Chief Technology Officer, has already led numerous helicopter developing planneds as a bos engineer and produces invaluable penetrations to developing low-grade noise, dependable, and safe aircraft. I look forward to seeing what our squads fulfill together as we aim to accelerate Jaunt’s commercialization efforts.”
To date, Uber is working with more than five vehicle collaborators, including Boeing, Embraer and Bell. Uber plans to begin testing Uber Air next year and is depositing to its propel point of 2023 in Dallas-Fort Worth/ Frisco Texas and Los Angeles.
At the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this year, Bell unveiled its first flying taxi sit called the Bell Nexus. Though, Bell said 2025 is probably the earliest we’ll view a Bell Nexus in the air.
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