On Nov. 29, the Workhorse Group flew its SureFly hybrid-electric quadcopter demonstrator at the Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport in Cincinnati, Ohio. The SureFly performed slow forward hovering flights of approximately 100 yards (100 m) at skid heights up to about 10 ft (3 m). In addition, Workhorse signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement in late November with an unspecified “branch of the U.S. Military.” The company stated that “the CRADA will enable a collaborative [research and development] program focused on military applications of the Workhorse’s SureFly eVTOL personal air vehicle.”

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