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obtaining pilots credentials). All types of legalities and insurance issues will need to be solved, not to mention how the FAA will address this. Hopefully the smart highways projects will begin to be implemented and bear fruit in the meantime.


This is where Uber (and others) come in. Having a centralized service with trained personnel, insurance, and maintenance staff might alleviate many concerns from having a bunch of untrained people piloting their fl ying cars over people’s homes, schools and offi ces. PAVs may simply become an extension of autonomous self-driving cars, where one app can direct your entire journey safely. Uber plans on using an


amalgamation of human pilots and automation, and could eventually move to a fully artifi cial intelligence- controlled fl ight network. Uber’s Air initiative, which imagines a future of semi-autonomous fl ying vehicles that can be hailed from designated rooftops/helipads, is one example of such dreams. A typical rush-hour commute in Los Angeles can be hours on the 405 freeway, or 15 minutes in the air. Uber has announced its desire to launch working prototypes of such a service by 2020 and to eventually reduce the cost so that it’s comparable to an UberX ride. Uber has begun working with several aircraft/drone manufacturers to advance this idea.


WHAT COULD GO WRONG? For one, we are still working out how to make self-driving cars a true reality. Many companies are testing these, and they are getting very close to actual commercial use, but more needs to be done. In fact, part of a wider solution revolves around the smart roads/highways, with embedded sensors being placed in roadways, ramps, parking lots, etc. and wireless sensor networks, so as


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