The designers of the JB-9 and JB-10 jetpacks, David Meiman and Nelson Tyler, decided to continue their research on the creation of individual air transport. This time they presented a project of a flying multicopter car.
As conceived by the developers, it will become the embodiment of the most modern technologies. It will be an electric aircraft powered by lithium batteries with vertical take-off and landing and a variety of inertial sensors that will provide it with the functions of a drone in the future.
In the initial version, the multicopter will be capable of flying for 20 minutes. In the future, it is planned to increase this time with the help of a small generator or more technologically advanced batteries, the appearance of which the authors of the project do not doubt.
The concept is currently at the design stage. It is already known for sure that it will be a single manned multicopter with 12 coaxial propellers on six legs. Its dimensions are commensurate with a car, so it can easily fit in a regular garage.