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China could be the first in the world to start regular flights on pilotless passenger drones

Chinese startup Ehang says its autonomous passenger drones could soon be flying in the skies of China’s biggest cities, making the country one of the first in the world to roll out such a project. Read More>>

Autonomous passenger drones may take flight 'pretty soon': EHang

Derrick Xiong of EHang discusses the company's air mobility plans and addresses concerns over the safety of autonomous passenger drones. He says the technology is "ready." Read More>>

EHang Selects Guangzhou as Its First Urban Air Mobility Pilot City

EHang announced today that it has selected Guangzhou as its first urban air mobility (UAM) pilot city globally for the establishment of a low-altitude aviation transportation network that shuttles passengers and goods in a safe, fast, environmentally frie Read More>>

Autonomous air mobility company EHang to deploy air shuttle service in Guangzhou

China’s EHang, a company focused on developing and deploying autonomous passenger and freight low-altitude vehicles, will build out its first operational network of air taxis and transports in Guangzhou. The company announced that the Chinese city would p Read More>>

EHang Starts Autonomous eVTOL Test Program in Guangzhou

Chinese eVTOL aircraft developer EHang has chosen its home town Guangzhou as the location for its first “urban air mobility pilot city.” The company, which is already working with the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) to develop a framework fo Read More>>

Guangzhou chosen as urban air mobility pilot city

The autonomous aerial vehicle technology platform company, EHang, will establish a low-altitude aviation transportation network that will shuttle passengers and goods. Read More>>

Ehang To Pilot Urban Air Mobility In Guangzhou

Autonomous aircraft developer Ehang has selected its home city of Guangzhou, China, as its first pilot market for unmanned air mobility (UAM). The company is beginning the production of electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) air taxis and cargo dro Read More>>

Jetsons-style flying cars coming to China

Ehang 216, an autonomous aerial vehicle designed for autonomous on-demand air travel in urban areas and jointly developed by Chinese aircraft developer Ehang and Austria-based aeronautical systems manufacturer FACC, is scheduled to go into serial producti Read More>>

Last-mile drone courier now being trialed in Chinese cities

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