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Abu Dhabi UAE: Driverless Air Taxi Drone May Soon Fly


Built in China, the electric EHang 184 is designed to pick up and deliver passengers on up to 30-minute rides in busy cities. According publicity, the one-rider vehicle, called a quadcopter, will contribute greatly to reducing busy city traffic and gasoline-produced air congestion.

After testing in Abu Dhabi for several months, further plans call for it to go into daily use later this year. The city is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, and welcomed nearly 15 million visitors last year.

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