Airbus' Vahana Flying Car Uses Laser Sensors to Pick out Landing Spots

WIRED 

Before you can zip about in a flying car, engineers must solve more than a few problems. Oddly, figuring out how to make a flying car fly isn't among them. The basics of flight were sorted out more than 100 years ago. No, the big challenge lies in making these things fly themselves so you don't have to go through the hassle of earning a pilot's license. "Takeoff is fairly scripted," says Sanjiv Signh, the CEO of Near Earth Autonomy.

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