Boeing builds an unmanned quarter-ton copter

You may like your little consumer quadcopter, but Boeing has just unveiled something with a tad more … heft. Referred to as an electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) cargo air vehicle (CAV), the unmanned prototype aircraft is designed to carry a payload of up to 500 lb (227 kg)... Continue Reading Boeing builds an unmanned quarter-ton copter Category: Aircraft Tags: Autonomous flight Boeing UAV VTOL Related Articles: Boeing advances autonomous flight aspirations with Aurora acquisition Boeing throws US$2 million behind contest to build personal flying machine First flight for Boeing 737 MAX 9 System that brings autonomous capabilities to existing helicopters demoed for Marines Unmanned UH-1H helicopter in the works Boeing X-45A

Boeing builds an unmanned quarter-ton copter

You may like your little consumer quadcopter, but Boeing has just unveiled something with a tad more … heft. Referred to as an electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) cargo ...

Wed 10 Jan 18 from Gizmag

Boeing's prototype cargo drone can haul loads up to 500 pounds

Boeing recently unveiled a prototype cargo drone capable of transporting payloads of up to 500 pounds. Even more impressive is the fact that Boeing engineers went from a concept on paper to ...

Thu 11 Jan 18 from Techspot

Boeing’s prototype drone can carry 500 lbs of cargo

 Boeing just revealed a prototype drone capable of carrying much more than a camera. The company tasked engineers with designing and building a cargo drone and the prototype they came up ...

Thu 11 Jan 18 from TechCrunch

Boeing's prototype cargo drone can haul 500-pound loads

In the future, autonomy won't just mean you can relax in the passenger seat on your drive home from work. Driverless vehicles of all kinds are set to revolutionize the cargo industry, ...

Thu 11 Jan 18 from Engadget

Boeing unveils huge autonomous cargo drone

After designing and building the drone in just three months, Boeing says it has already put the vehicle through flight tests at its research centre in St Charles, Missouri.

Thu 11 Jan 18 from Daily Mail

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