除开保证技术性不容易迁移到国外，本次AgilityPrime新项目也尝试找寻商业服务投资人。它觉得美国防部适用此次新科技产品研发能够 说成一件好事儿，国防技术性已不像大家之前觉得的那般是冷门的，并且还可以让大家对商业服务技术性军事化管理造成好感度。此外，得到美国皇家空军的准许，不但能够 开发设计出适用民用型和军工用的系统软件，可以协助说动商业服务企业选用并将这类新式电动飞机用以货运物流和货物运输飞机航班。
For a long time, everyone is full of curiosity and hope for flying cars. What technical problems do flying cars have to deal with? Will it apply to the defense industry? When will it appear in people's daily lives?
This week, the U.S. Royal Air Force held a thematic event to respond to flying cars. The U.S. Royal Air Force stated that it was looking for collaboration with real estate developers to assist in the start-up of commercial and military eVTOL technology. The electric shipping industry is not easy to follow the path of small drones and migrate to China.
Although the proposal did not immediately show assets or professional technicians, the Royal Air Force is showing assistance in assisting such flying cars with the necessary testing and verification for final application by the Department of Defense and government agencies.
"From the Army's point of view, people are expected to be part of the Army and help the boom of flying cars grow rapidly in the future," said Nathan Diller, AgilityPrime's project manager and Army Colonel.
The new AgilityPrime project, launched in the fall of last year, is committed to ensuring the United States' future development trend in the electric airline industry. WillRoper, assistant chief of the Royal Air Force's purchasing department, said: "Small drone manufacturing industry is moving to China. People don't expect it to happen again."
"The Pentagon does not have a proactive attitude towards adopting it. Most supply chain management has now migrated to China. If people have realized this early, the Pentagon wants to pay a higher price." Vino Roper said.
This week, the Royal Air Force held a "Flying Car Innovation Contest" to select outstanding electric flying cars and airports to open to the outside world. The U.S. Royal Air Force has demonstrated its expertise in manufacturing development strategy, such as understanding which technically most suitable relative raw materials, and its assurance that flying cars have undergone comprehensive testing and verification.
"This will also help ensure that they have reliable protection systems, and it will also help people find potential defense applications." Nathan Diller said, "There is no need to show assets to apply, because the industry already has a lot of commercial real estate investment."
At first, the Army saw the development potential of the airport for commercial services, such as taxis and large trucks. If a more powerful version number is available, it can finally be applied to the defense industry.
The Royal Air Force ’s rules for the selection of electric flying cars are that it can be used with 3 to 8 people, with a speed of at least 100 kilometers, an aviation distance of at least 200 kilometers, and an aviation time of at least one hour.
Diller said: "People have long considered the market prospects of the application of this technology in an all-round way." "The distributed system of freight logistics naturally also has the development potential of medical assistance, fire safety, civil litigation, and defense against disasters. Such items can be used in diplomacy And other units of the U.S. federal government. "
In addition to ensuring that technicality is not easy to migrate abroad, this new AgilityPrime project also tries to find business service investors. It feels that the US Department of Defense's application of this new technology product development can be said to be a good thing. The technical nature of defense is not as unpopular as everyone thinks before, and it can also make everyone favor the technical militarized management of commercial services. In addition, with the permission of the United States Royal Air Force, not only can it develop and design system software suitable for civilian and military applications, it can assist persuasion commercial service companies to select and use this new type of electric aircraft for freight logistics and cargo transport aircraft flights.
This new project combines the independent innovation and innovative thinking capabilities at the civilian level with the robustness and safety factor at the military level, which will benefit each other.
The solicitation themed activities will continue until February 28, 2025, and will promote some practical "contents that are interesting to flying car real estate developers", such as the initial flying car verification. The U.S. Royal Air Force will present a contract for a new project that meets the standards. Flying cars that comply with AOI (Fully Automatic Electro-Optical Inspection) regulations will have their first flight before December 17, 2019.
The U.S. Royal Air Force expects to begin testing eVTOL airfields by 2023, and taxis and eVTOL companies including Uber will also launch "Air Vehicle" service projects from 2023 to 2025.