Volocopter raises, when will we see passenger dronesVolocopter CEO Florian Reuter took the floor at Amsterdam Drone Week, the EASA High Level Conference on Drones, to discuss bringing urban air mobility to life and to answer the big question: when will we see passenger drones take flight?

“We’re at the start of a transformation of the way that we live mobility,”says Reuter. “…The world will look very different 20, 30 years down the road.”

In 2011, Volocopter made it to the Guinness Book of World Records by proving that eVTOL passenger flight was possible – and 5 years later, they were able to fly a person in their passenger eVTOL, now called VoloCity.  Since then, they’ve done many test flights in cities around the world, something that Volocopter feels is a major part of its mission: showing people that automated eVTOL flight is real.

When Will We See Passenger Drones Take Flight?

The answer, says Reuter, is soon: the company has more than 1,000 test flights planned, all will full approval of local…


Source: dronelife.com