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If you 've ever been stuck in Boston's infamous traffic jam, you're likely to think of the idea: what if you could fly over all the congested places and save your headaches?
Enter Skai first-of-its-kind hydrogen-
Electric flying passenger car released by Hopkinton last week
Based on startup alaka I Technologies.
This stylish electric aircraft has a cab that is enough to accommodate four passengers --and a pilot —
The company says its luggage has been using clean energy.
CEO Steve Hanvey said alaka 'I believes air traffic is the key to solving urban congestion.
Space like a parking lot could prove a viable landing area in the future, opening up opportunities like this to fly from Worcester to Logan Airport in 20 minutes.
'What we're seeing is a market group that says 'I don't know I can do that,'' Hanvey recently told Boston '. '. com.
Using electric vertical takeoff and landing, Skai is powered by reusable and recyclable hydrogen fuel cells that enable it to travel further and deliver more passengers and cargo
As high as 1,000 pounds-
According to officials in Alakai.
The startup says the vehicle, equipped with luxurious interiors, can fly for up to four hours, or even 400 miles without refueling. pilot-
The operating model will be launched first, followed by an autonomous version.
The comfort of the passengers is the forefront of the project, not the only super
Focus only on engine parts-
Hanvey said that this method is often contrary to what the aircraft industry usually does. (
As far as power is concerned, Skai has six motors, all of which are electric. )
If Skai's design looks a bit familiar, it could be due to the collaboration of alaka 'I with design innovation studio Designworks of BMW Group.
'The focus of our project is to help build a new brand for consumers from scratch-consider and design all touch points-digital, physical, and services, holworks President Hogg Hempf said in a statement.
'Therefore, provide a full
The central experience is purposeful and ideal in all aspects.
According to a spokesman, alaka 'I currently does not disclose the expected price tag for Skai, but says the company is 'implementing the car-
Mass production technology makes it easier for everyone to get air movement through Skai.
'Alaka 'I is led by aerospace experts and engineers from NASA, Raytheon and the Ministry of Defense, as well as other industry leaders, and was founded in 2015 by Brian Morrison, president and chief technology officer.
According to Hanvey, the startup received investment for Skai and held its first board meeting a year ago.
And then, from Morrison's design to the official release, things are growing rapidly.
Scale prototypes, he said.
'I have never had this happen so soon,' he said . ' Alaka 'I is expected to get the required FAA certification soon, he added.
The startup sees a lot of initial potential for Skai's ability as an emergency response or disaster relief tool, which it calls 'SkaiMed ';
Transport of goods through 'SkaiCargo;
For personal travel.
Future plans include the vision of a passenger service company called 'SkaiCab', which will operate like the current ride
'It's like a taxi in Boston,' says Hanvey '.
'All of this is an open door for us,' he said . '.
'The simple answer is that we don't just want to be a manufacturer.