Welcome to the Future of Transportation: Introducing the Jetson ONE eVTOL
Get ready for the future of transportation! With the Jetson ONE eVTOL, you can fly into the skies and experience the thrill of personal aerial travel like never before.
The Jetson ONE is the first affordable eVTOL on the market, making it accessible to a wider range of consumers. That’s right, you can own your very own flying car! And the best part? No pilot’s license is required (in the United States) to fly the Jetson ONE, with just five minutes of training. You can take to the skies in this Tesla-powered flying sports car/drone hybrid vehicle that combines the sleek design and performance capabilities of a flying sports car with the versatility and technology of a drone.
The “Ioncraft”, a mini-drone developed in California, weighs only 30 milligrams and measures just 2×2 cm. Unlike other mini-drones, it does not fly with the help of electric motors and rotors, but with the power of ions. Due to the built-in electrohydrodynamic engines, the “Ioncraft” accelerates by the collision of ions with neutral molecules, which are ionized and accelerated by the engines in an electric field. The world’s smallest drone can be controlled similarly to other quadrocopters, but the energy supply and data communication are not yet very mature.
The installed EHD engines are to be used in the future not only in drones but also in larger flying objects. They are highly important for research, as they can be used, for example, in space research, but also in agriculture, rescue operations and environmental research.
In the FPV scene, you can argue super: Everyone has their subjective views, why one propeller is better than the other … and the frame flies better than this. But the TS100 is different: Here, everyone seems united: the TS100 is the best FPV soldering iron! A consensus rarely experienced otherwise.
We have made our newly arrived DJI Mavic Air FPV suitable
The Mavic Air is probably the hottest camera drone currently, but we are actually not DJI aviators but FPV Racer pilots. And what do you want as an FPV pilot? Exactly: The thing from the first-person perspective fly, but do not stop ‘staring at the phone’.
Quadmovr (yes, it is written in this way and not Quadmover) from Germany is probably the best-known LOS pilot in the racing drones area. One of my favorite videos comes from him (especially because of the sound), you’ll find it on the homepage. His current Movr series arguably the fastest drone in the world, as he is also one of the busiest designers, pushing his builds to the limit.
In Germany (and in some other countries) there is a magic number: 250g. Drones and quads over 250g are subject to the strictest conditions in Germany. Copters under a quarter of a kilo (and the HGLRC XJB-145 is one of them) are considered toys, and it’s so much easier to fly legally.
360 degree “Inception Style” video on a FPV racing drone
CJ Davies has a Ph.D. in computer science, lives in England, and he has a hobby: 360° filming. And he combines that with his second hobby, flying FPV drones. He just made incredible shots with a Mijia Mi Sphere camera and a drone: