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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment Electric Vehicles

A Flying Vehicle for First Responders and More

Could the George Jetson future of personal flying start with first responders, cargo delivery, and security applications? Although Stephen Tibbits, CEO & co-founder of ZEVA, envisions a day when his flying wings will provide mobility for the masses, the ZERO’s vertical take-off and landing capability, 50-mile range, and 160 mph cruising speed could be a […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment Electric Vehicles

A Top 100 Airport Equivalent on 3-Acres – Vertiport of the Future

With a throughput of 4.8 million passengers, the vertiport modeled by Darrell Swanson, a consultant for Swanson Aviation, Ltd., would serve as many people on only a three-acre footprint as a traditional airport covering hundreds of acres. Of course, this isn’t an apples-to-apples comparison as, although both serve as an interface between terrestrial and sky-based […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment

Preparing Communities for Takeoff

“We are focused on helping state and local decision-makers with figuring out urban mobility, understanding what e-VTOL aircraft are, what their opportunities and challenges are, and how to integrate this new technology into their communities and into their existing transportation landscapes in the most productive, most positive, most responsible way possible,” said Anna Mracek Dietrich, […]

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Viodi View – 12/17/19

Storytelling is uniquely human and is an attribute that distinguishes humans from the rest of the animal kingdom and, at least for now, machines. A well-written paragraph that connects with one’s emotions and experience will make a more impactful impression than pages of specifications. Not to say that specifications aren’t necessary, but a good story […]