This study provides a comprehensive insight into the flying cars landscape. It discusses the evolution of flying cars and the need for them today, as well as mega trends favoring them. The technological challenges and supporting technologies to overcome them are included, and the various types of flying cars and profiles of key participants are provided.
The study offers an analysis of the current competitive landscape, the capabilities benchmarking different flying cars, and future application areas. Potential business models and a snapshot of related rules and regulations by countries are also covered. The flying car has fascinated humans for almost a century. Attempts to build one in the past have largely been unsuccessful, predominantly due to the absence of key technologies. Advancements in technology in the past decade are poised to make the flying car a reality in the next few years.
Flying car start-ups, technology giants, and companies from the ride hailing and aviation sectors are all engaged in the race to develop flying cars. Many have already tested their prototypes, while some have even begun pre-sales of their vehicles. The advent of the flying cars poses a number of pertinent questions pertaining to safety, regulations, privacy, traffic management and key application areas.
- Joby Aviation
- Kitty Hawk
- Lilium Aviation
- Malloy Aeronautics
- Tactical Robotics
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Research Scope and Methodology
3. Definitions and Segmentations
4. The Evolving Landscape of Flying Cars
5. Flying Cars Market and Key Participants
6. Profiles of Select Flying Car OEMs
7. Key Challenges Facing the Flying Cars Industry
8. Platforms and Technologies Key to the Flying Cars Market
9. Future Applications of Flying Cars, and Key Infrastructure
10. Other Factors Driving the Flying Cars Market
11. Flying Car Rules and Regulations
12. Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action
13. Conclusions and Recommendations
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