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  • EHang Operational

    EHang Operational

    By VFS Staff

    Vertiflite, September/November 2019

    According to the eFlight Journal on July 2, Chinese drone maker EHang has delivered the first 10 of its two-seat Model 216 eVTOLs to a Chinese operator and eight more to deliver to...

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    Ehang Grows in Europe

    Guangzhou-based drone and eVTOL company Ehang signed a memorandum of understanding with the city of Lyon, France, in late November to establish its first European research center, which is expected to create about 50 jobs over the next three years. Ehang also entered into a strategic partnership with Austrian aerospace group FACC in November. The two companies plan to contribute their...

  • EHang Flight Test

    EHang 216

    EHang 216 Autonomous Aerial Vehicle
    EHang
    Guangzhou, China
    www.ehang.com/ehang184

    EHang is a dominant player in the quadcopter drone market. The company hopes to extend its unmanned electric VTOL technology to manned applications. The EHang 216 is based on the EHang 184, yet it has eight arms instead of four. This allows for the vehicle to be seat two passengers instead...

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    EHANG Doubles its 184

    In February 2018, EHANG — a major player in the quadcopter market — revealed a new version of its 184 eVTOL drone with two-seats and twice as many arms and propellers. The new version can carry a total payload of up to 620 lb (280 kg). The company had unveiled the original 184, whose name means “1 passenger, 8 propellers, 4 arms”, in January 2016 at the Consumer Electronics Show.

    In...

  • Ehang 184 flight test

    EHang 184

    EHang 184 Autonomous Aerial Vehicle
    EHang
    Guangzhou, China
    www.ehang.com/ehang184

    EHang is a dominant player in the quadcopter drone market. The company hopes to extend its unmanned electric VTOL technology to manned applications. The designation of its EHang 184 single-seat eVTOL means “1 passenger, 8 propellers, 4 arms.”

    The EHang 184 Autonomous Aerial Vehicle...

  • Uber

    The Demand for On-Demand Mobility

    The Demand for On-Demand Mobility

    By Richard Whittle

    Vertiflite, Jan-Feb 2017

    The hurdles are high and there is ample reason for skepticism, but tech entrepreneurs are pushing electric aircraft ideas that could lead to a...