At CES it is known that many innovative and impressive products and gadgets are presented. While issues such as 5G and standalone cleaning solutions were the focus of CES 2021, flying vehicles of all kinds did not go unnoticed and also caught the attention of the public. See below some of the flying vehicles that impressed.
First is General Motors' Cadillac eVTOL. It is designed to transports a single passenger at speeds of up to 56 miles per hour. This prototype aircraft is powered only by batteries.
This flying machine comes from Archer Aviation, based in California, which has partnered with Fiat Chrysler to produce what he calls the 'first electric airline in people». The aircraft aims to be able to travel 60 miles at a time with speeds up to 150 miles / hour.
Unfortunately, the company has not released images of its future aircraft, but wishes to emphasize in this diagram that battery will have a significant reserve in case of emergency.
Airpeak drone of Sony
Sony also enters the game, but carries cameras and not people. It is her first photographic drone company, with its four rotors capable of carrying a Sony Alpha camera for professional aerial use photos and video. Sony has not yet announced prices or availability for the Airpeak drone.
Source of information: cnet.com