Anil Nanduri, head of the drone department of technology giant Intel, made a statement about the future of flying cars and drone industry. The experienced manager said that flying cars is less costly than the tunnels to be positioned beneath the cities. In addition to Elon Musk's project of transporting traffic to cities, other companies continue to produce interesting projects. Anil Nanduri, head of Intel's drone department;
Anil Nanduri, who gave an interview to Stephen Shankland, a US-based media and technology site, CNET, made a statement on many topics from modern-day technology to flying cars. Let's take a look at the sections we compiled from this interesting interview
Do you believe that flying cars will enter our lives in the next 5 years?
Anil Nanduri: Absolutely. Even though it is not in a wide range, we will witness the rise of cars to the sky.
So, what is your expectation in 10 years?
Anil Nanduri: Probably 10 years from now, we will begin to see air taxis. We're working for that. Traffic is getting more and more crowded.
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Accidents can happen even in normal speed vehicles. Gravity in flying cars is a major disadvantage. How will you handle this?
Anil Nanduri: The advantages of flying cars will prevent obstacles. You can do a lot of things if they give you back the time you lost in traffic. These tools have to be safe. In the early days, only those who love to use the risk, but more people will find comfort in the future.
As you know, Elon Musk wants to move the traffic of Los Angeles and Las Vegas under the ground. What do you think about this?
Anil Nanduri: Very simple. That's a cost. Flying cars is a lot less costly than changing physical infrastructure. This can be compared to the situation between 5G and fiber infrastructure.
Anil Nanduri, who also explained his ideas about cargo transportation with drones; He said he had recently thought of the drone landing runways to the roofs of our homes and that each house would have a drone mailbox.
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Further details of the interview with Anil Nanduri can be found in the link given below; You can share your comments on flying cars and Nanduri's thoughts from below.