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He guys check out these awesome passenger drones that we might be flying in sooner than you think! Should we finally have a real flying car or passenger drones that takes us where we need to go? Let us know in the comments down below! Check out our playlists! ⭐ https://goo.gl/KdumQF Connect with us on YouTube! 😀 https://goo.gl/fqrncD Subscribe to Minds Eye Design! 🔔 https://goo.gl/S8IpFj Check out our video collection! 👈 https://goo.gl/UXobsF FEATURED PASSENGER DRONES ⭐ #7 SureFly At the 2017 Paris Air Show a newcomer showed off its very credible, 2 seat flying car or as we like to call it, Passenger Drone... The 1,100 kg Workhorse Surefly uses an electric quadcopter layout with two contra-rotating propellers on each corner and a range-extending petrol engine, giving it a range of 70 miles and a top speed of 70 mph. The gas engine can then be fueled quickly with petroleum for immediate onward flight. #6 Ehang184 (Ehong) Dubai’s Road & Transportation Agency plans to launch trips with the first fully-electric autonomous aerial vehicle drone starting late this summer. The Prime Minister of the UAE wants 25% of all passenger trips to be made in driver-less vehicles by 2030. This human-size drone, EHang 184, is made in China and has already flown in Dubai. Its manufacturer, Chinese drone company Ehang, showed off the 184 at last year's CES in Las Vegas after 100 successful manned test flights. EHang 184 has enough room for a small suitcase and will be controlled through 4G mobile Internet. It is able to carry a single passenger who weighs less than 220 pounds over short distances at 62 miles per hour with a fully-charged battery. #5 Hoversurf Hoversurf, comes from a Russian company that builds drones. They recently posted a video showing off its latest prototype: the Scorpion-3, a single-seat, electric-powered hoverbike that looks super awesome! The manufacturers say they wanted to combine a motorcycle with quadcopter drone technology to create “an extreme sports instrument.” The electric-borne aircraft is intended for both “amateur and professional navigators,” Hoversurf says. Though don’t expect a motorcycle’s license or even a pilot’s license to authorize you to ride one of these things. The only thing that would, in my opinion, is a willingness to have your legs amputated in the name of extreme sports. The hoverbike uses custom-built software to limit its range and velocity in order to assure a safe ride, the company says. We are wondering tho... Will they put a cage over those blades? #4 .I.F.O. jetcapsule.com Designed by italian company jet capsule, the I.F.O or ‘identified flying object’ is a proposed two seater drone/copter vehicle. the chassis, composed of a main central capsule cockpit, measures two meters in diameter and is surrounded by a carbon fiber disk with an overall dimension of 4.70 meters. #3 ProjectZero The AgustaWestland Project Zero is a hybrid tiltrotor/fan-in-wing aircraft. It has been developed by AgustaWestland as a technology demonstrator, and is used to investigate all-electric propulsion and other advanced technologies. It is the world's first electric tilt-rotor aircraft. #2. Volocopter The e-volo VC200 Volocopter is a single-place experimental electric multi-rotor helicopter. The e-volo VC-2 (or VC-200) is the second in a series of multi-rotor designs from the German company e-volo. The single-place, 16 motor, all-electric e-volo VC1 "Volocopter" was demonstrated on 21 October 2011. #1 Airbus Pop Up During the 87th Geneva International Motor Show, Italdesign and Airbus world-premiered Pop.Up, the first modular, fully electric, zero emission concept vehicle system designed to relieve traffic congestion in crowded megacities. Pop.Up envisages a modular system for multi-modal transportation that makes full use of both ground and airspace. Royalty Free Music 🎧 Karma Code by Traveler 7 PASSENGER DRONES YOU HAVE TO SEE TO BELIEVE #design #innovation #inventions #technology #mindseyevideo
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samoanpunch (1 hour ago)
"7 Asian Passenger Drones or 1 American"
Adriano Poggi (1 day ago)
O futuro vai bater no disco voador
Maab Maab (3 days ago)
Jebi Se (3 days ago)
5th is missing seat belt since you really dont want to fall off in mid flight...
colscopters (5 days ago)
The aircraft of the future and road transport also flying cars will all have to autonomous reason being humans are reckless come on let's be honest how many of you have jumped the lights or parked on double yellow lines so if we are all flying around in 20 years and crashed into another flying car the casualties when be in the 100s as they could fall on to schools ECT so the only way is automatically self flying or driving
Dino Man (5 days ago)
No, I am not ready for air taxi
jetdance (7 days ago)
e hang 184 is the most likely to succeed but it will need a larger passenger cabin.
random269 (8 days ago)
If it has a pilot it is not a DRONE!!!!!!
gwesley epps (8 days ago)
yes it would be nice but in todays direction only the elite will have it, if it goes to the common person it will be a hefty price just to get license, all that glitters aint gold
Faoladh (9 days ago)
2:42 That looks safe.
Joeparlaconte Parlaconte (9 days ago)
Go back to Otis carr!
이경백 (9 days ago)
Liberty Warrior (12 days ago)
If you fall off your Hoversurf, there is no fear of dying when you hit the ground because you'll already be dead when you hit the ground in a thousand pieces.
jose ramirez (14 days ago)
Howersurf,...a perfect Head chopper.......I dont like any of these experimental freaks......Just a strong wind can knock any of them down
The Great White Dope (15 days ago)
Look I'm no Luddite, but if these machines drive themselves we will be putting a large portion of these populations out of work along with gaining a false sense of security while traveling due to major governments and corporations having the ability to control our vehicles. Maybe it's an American thing, but I can't see myself giving any governing or corporate body that type of control over my method of transport. If these machines are piloted by people only, then i hope to see this become a thriving new industry with many private companies sprouting from it.
dope Freddy gamer147 (17 days ago)
jack sjsjs (18 days ago)
I am guessing #4 IFO is a scam right? The only one not having a real video.
Al Carrière (22 days ago)
There's so much at play when in the air,there's no way to fly these SAFELY over a village\town\city\metropolis.
Paris Katras (23 days ago)
It will very difficult to handle air traffic control
Alexander Nikolaevich (23 days ago)
what happens if one motor to break at the fly ? need survival system like space shuttle
daersoulkeeper (26 days ago)
may the thalad be forever upon you brother and may you never have a thuper dry thalad with no drething
Rob T (26 days ago)
The flying bike has blades that are exposed. DANGEROUS!
End liberalism (27 days ago)
We are going the wrong direction in regards to drone/passenger flight, we really need to be exposing anti gravity technology that we already have and use in military and government, we as a people need to demand our leaders to stop hiding this tech and stop with all the secrecy, we know that Tesla had anti gravity and free energy technology, let us rise up and demand this tech be made available
Cyber Punk #386 (28 days ago)
This vid is too drawn-out
Bert Naylor (29 days ago)
Patrick Jones 5 months ago SHELVES ETC Hyia it’s already in Dubai and Africa they making fly cars it’s more economical for them to do it because of their terrain It's a good point. If there were cars on roads thousands of years ago, and technology overtook the need for roads they would disappear leaving future generations thinking they were the ones that invented roads and cars.
Bert Naylor (29 days ago)
I disagree, they will be safer than cars but the price will keep lunatics on the roads. Controlled by computers rather than humans with a safety override. A to B travelling only. Government stand to make a mint out of it.
Patrick Zeising (1 month ago)
That's our future like it or not.
Timothy Ortiz (1 month ago)
Wow, the flying saucer 2 person looks the best to me. Only a Zillion Smackers. To much for a working stiff.
Michael lee Stevens (1 month ago)
Bill Streeter (1 month ago)
So if there is an on board pilot, then it's not really a "drone" by definition. Since a drone is an unmanned aircraft.
Top of top (1 month ago)
im 230. my unk is 240 what now?
Jj W (1 month ago)
Nice. Helicopters.
JustAnotherBoog (1 month ago)
didn't one of these unmanned people movers crash recently
Jim Man (1 month ago)
so ya wanna fly huh...just remember what goes up must come down...lol
Tiong Han (1 month ago)
Are they designed to withstand strong wind condition?
Minds Eye Design (1 month ago)
I'm not sure but my little DJI drone handles high winds extremely well.
Divya Vethakkan (1 month ago)
A passenger drone is a must for future taxis, but could we have a drone that makes somersaults, flip overs, flying upside downs, and taking 200 ft drops, that would be very much interesting.
Perseus (1 month ago)
None of these are drones. Use your brain... Oh, sorry, I didn't mean to be brainist.
caleb toler (1 month ago)
Yes yes
Sam TheMan (1 month ago)
I do not propellers on the top you can get decapitated easily and would never buy gasoline drone only electric!
joe smith (1 month ago)
MicDot (1 month ago)
why oh why, are they using propellars, use force air with a compression turbine, or frequency with harmonics that push at or "air" molecules..with gyro stabalizer/s ..also an escape velocity may be something to look at, and for more expensive fast flight vehicles use a vortex system, so their is little/no resistance... a combination technique could be used as well. it just makes no sense how things seem to be happening here. .. to have something compact, and not bulky, that a family can fit in, you need to do it this way, it's almost fruitless to develop technology that will be obsolete before it comes out.
MicDot (1 month ago)
the air volo does have a good concept with multiple propellers
Nothing Free (1 month ago)
what you gonna do when motor stops midair? oh! oh! no time for parachute if flying to low. these machines must have an alternate flying compartment that can eject from mother and land safely. maybe powered by compressed gas to provide thrust. can't trust possible engine failures fuel or electric. also future transportation should move away from primitive fossil fuels and look into already emerging antigravity technology to fly these contraptions.
pritz (1 month ago)
We can’t even handle driving , flying millions of machine would be a disaster, yep rent a flying machine in vegas.
pritz (1 month ago)
I would not try to ride those head chopping machine , if that thing fall on your house say goodbye to your head. Specially made in China . It’s bad enough to get stuck with a Chinese moped out of nowhere. Well flying machine made in China , the first trip would be your last. Don’t you get it hide those propeller , that’s the first step .
Pushyhog (1 month ago)
Ifo, could be
Pushyhog (1 month ago)
Ehang, till pc screws up. Then nohang.
Pushyhog (1 month ago)
Surefly. Not, 200 for 70 mph, don’t think so.
henry chang (1 month ago)
Looks like the design of mazinger Z's hover came to reality.
Clé Van Heerden (1 month ago)
Off corse u would take an air taxie if iT was available !!!!!!
a64750 (1 month ago)
Helicopter 2.0
joe caterman (1 month ago)
this will be a god send.. for short barrier location, such as islands a short distance to mainland.
Butcher Bee (1 month ago)
Ah, 4g!? Better be 5g... 4 g is known for it's drops.
rodstartube (1 month ago)
9:00 in some way this reminded me Mazinger Z
Kyle Sherman (1 month ago)
Will these come with awesome firmware updates like DJI
Minds Eye Design (1 month ago)
Lol yeah probably
I BraveHeart (1 month ago)
Most people won't be able to afford something like that so it's only going to be useful to very few...nice job 0:14
Hoversurf dangerous!!!
blueenergyshowtime (2 months ago)
2030? Alien will be here by then.
Elek (2 months ago)
Native speaker make my headache .
Mike Sherby (2 months ago)
Lov'it I am 72 wont be long thay wont let me drive this is jest in time sine ME up
iliketheodds (2 months ago)
I thought it was a drone for 7 passengers.
B R (2 months ago)
Are my Mile High Club points going to be transferable? 😁
Bro (2 months ago)
If it has a person on it, its not a drone.
Bal Ferono (2 months ago)
Sooooo, this is controlled by signals? Sooooo, What happens when the signal is lost? We’ll be doing a search a year after these are released for “flying Drone Fails”???
Alex Cardosa (2 months ago)
I do hope they are around in the coming years. I love to be able to fly in them.
Timolucas (2 months ago)
drones with passengers are by definition not drones anymore but ordinary helicopters, or am I wrong?
luwak saurs (2 months ago)
airbus pop up,size is less large
J Landers (2 months ago)
The #5 Hoversurf looks ready to chop your legs off.
J Landers (2 months ago)
So you're saying someone invented a helicopter? AMAZING!
Rick Taylor (2 months ago)
All this computer controlled autonomous stuff is delusional. The emperor's new clothes all over again.
Viste Rossing (2 months ago)
ja lad os få dem frem hurtigst muligt jeg vil gerne have en selv
Sickwill42 (2 months ago)
Hoverbike? Automatic nutsack shredder.
Amir Abdullah (2 months ago)
Noooooo, I just got my dream car nooooooooo !!!!
Eric Diderak (2 months ago)
If all Chinese would buy car-drones instead and start flying, the butterfly effect would not take millions of years but days before USA would be striked by monster tornadoes
Minds Eye Design (2 months ago)
Interesting comment you got me thinking you could be right.
Zenas Starchild (2 months ago)
Now all you need is a fail safe. No one wants to die over a fender bender.
ARTSECTIONS (2 months ago)
Wow amazing👍👍👍👍👍
Giveit2mehRAW (2 months ago)
Drones are the future of short air travel.
Paulette (2 months ago)
Paulette (2 months ago)
I want one!!!
Borivoje Travica (2 months ago)
How much high get, Tramp wall???
Tadow' (2 months ago)
I could totally revamp the motorcycle to fly with way more stability...
Manuel Abreu (2 months ago)
Yes we should built drone for personal or commercial. Keep it affordable.
Manuel Abreu (2 months ago)
I would like to be of a drone family. Cause I love flying. Can't wait .
scott villalobos (2 months ago)
Funny how they put guards on circular saws but not on these things. Eight giant flying circular saws without guards. I can see it now, drone chops up hundreds as drunken pilot goes on rampage. The drone bike should be called the leg eliminator.
steve van staden (2 months ago)
airbus caryall concept is the very best, and i've seen them all
TheRaphwolf (2 months ago)
James Neilson Graham (1 month ago)
Yes, you may be right. But don't forget the humble bicycle. At present, cyclists get a raw deal in terms of infrastructure. Cycling is good for you . . .
Snakeyez T.V (2 months ago)
It just a helicopter guys... Lol
Rich RichardS (2 months ago)
These machines are clearly dangerous as currently developed... propellers not safe, no way to make emergency landing (as in autorotating), what about air traffic control issue (too many such machines too close, coupled with unskilled pilots or even non-pilots in "control", at some point breakdown in automatic remote control/coordination of traffic, etc.- also limited range, clearly fair-weather machines... in other words these are amazing toys nearly anyone can fly- poorly.  Not a good solution for moving lots of people safely to their destinations.  Ground mass transit is the answer, not toys like this, unless the transition is made to large ships under professional control, in scheduled routes as current helicopter services now provide.  The reduced cost & maintenance factor and electric power may be an advantage, but not with hundreds of such machines running around loose in crowded urban environments.  There's a reason pilots have to have extensive training, and it isn't just to train them to fly an aircraft!Rich Saylorprivate pilot
I have no Name (3 months ago)
I don’t think that people understand that they will need a pilots license to use them.And if they do go into production and successful it will have the same regulations as a helicopter.
Daniel Badra (3 months ago)
Pele sch (3 months ago)
i can see a horrible accident with the flying bike , where you fly off the bike into the rotters , or worse where you crash into a field full with little kids - a lot of decapitations in one swoop ...
Keith Barnwell (3 months ago)
Heck to flying cars .!!!!
ian ball (3 months ago)
the only restriction is what is imposed upon it. we can all come up with better machines but governments make up rules to rob people blind and the insurance companies cripple progress buy rip off extortional costs. eliminate these things and we will advanved world wide faster . costs need to come way down. greedy proviteers damage progress
YP Lim (3 months ago)
Do not waste energy . These individualistic design will not work. Better use your legs to walk . Take a transit train . Save S$ for your other needs & retirement days.
Chris Boosalis (3 months ago)
We can't have these because some idiot will use it for the wrong reason
How murch Do you sell ?
EDMOND GARANE (3 months ago)
Zoes Dada (3 months ago)
There will be idiots raining from the skys
Ozzie Jim (3 months ago)
That girl, not once did she look at her phone. Sorry, but I'm callin bullshit on this one!
G'trail Lot (3 months ago)
I say go ahead and start making them for the public with a duel two way clear bullet proof glass tunnel to ride in. Two way traffic tunnel's so that the passenger drone's never can come in contact with general public with propeller air ducts. They have Two way railroad track's.. so why not Two way Clear Glass Tunnel's. Love this video👍
Michael Bonaduce (3 months ago)
Nope sorry I'm driving my car on the street..Have fun falling to your death