Future of Flying Cars, 2017–2035

Over 10 Companies Poised to Launch Flying Cars by 2022, with OEMs and Other Major Industry Participants Set to Join them with Prototypes in the Following 5 Years

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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 bee

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The study provides a 360-degree view of the flying cars market as of 2017 and how it could potentially evolve in future. Commercialization avenues and potential revenue streams are discussed. Challenges hindering commercialization and technological capabilities key to successful commercialization are captured. A distinction is drawn between the various types of flying cars being developed, and their capabilities are analyzed. In addition, profiles and capabilities of more than 10 participants in the market are analyzed in detail. This study will aid companies in understanding the implication of flying cars for their businesses, the threshold capabilities required to develop a flying car, the type of vehicle they should develop based on their goal and the various ways to commercialize it.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary Executive Summary—Key TakeawaysExecutive Summary—Vehicle SegmentationExecutive Summary—Select Flying Car OEMs and Models, 2017Executive Summary—Select Flying Car Specifications, 2017Executive Summary—Select Flying Car Technologies, 2017Executive Summary—Flying Car Concepts from Automotive OEMsExecutive Summary—Impending Avalanche of Flying Car LaunchesExecutive Summary—End Customers/Applications for Flying CarsExecutive Summary—Business Services and Revenue StreamsA Peek into the Future of Flying Cars Critical View—Flying Car Taxis by 2035?Key Findings and Future OutlookResearch Scope and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions this Study Will Answer Research Background Research Methodology Definitions and SegmentationsVehicle SegmentationSelect Flying Car OEMs and Models, 2017Select Flying Car Specifications, 2017 Select Flying Car Technologies, 2017The Evolving Landscape of Flying CarsEvolution of Flying Cars—Key MilestonesFlying Car Development Activity—Global HotspotsKey Technologies Critical for the Success of Flying CarsA Peek into the Future of Flying Cars Flying Cars—Converging IndustriesFlying Cars Market and Key ParticipantsSnapshot of Current Participants in the Flying Cars MarketImpending Avalanche of Flying Car LaunchesCompetitive Landscape of the Current Flying Cars MarketPartnerships in the Flying Cars MarketFlying Car Concepts from Automotive OEMsAutomotive OEMs—Opportunities in the Flying Cars MarketPotential Markets for Flying Cars with Traffic as Key Criterion Flying Cars—A Critical View Flying Cars—A Critical View (continued)Profiles of Select Flying Car OEMsPAL-V—Road to CommercializationAirbus—Vahana and City AirbusAirbus—Pop.Up SystemUberTerrafugiaAeroMobil 3.0Aerofex—Aero-XKitty Hawk—The FlyerLilium Aviation—The JetKey Challenges Facing the Flying Cars Industry Challenges for Existing and New Market ParticipantsTackling Challenges—Addressing SafetyTackling Challenges—Addressing Fuel Efficiency and RangeTackling Challenges—TakeOff and Landing, Human ErrorTackling Challenges—Addressing NoiseMohyi Labs—Addressing Drone NoisesTackling Challenges—Air Traffic ControlPlatforms and Technologies Key to the Flying Cars MarketFlying Cars—Drone PlatformsDrone Platforms—PrecisionHawkKey Technology Mapping for Flying CarsFlying the Flying Cars—Autonomous and AutopilotFlying Car Types—Roadable Aircraft and Passenger DronesFuture Urban Transport Concepts—Hyperloop and Flying CarsFuture Applications of Flying Cars, and Key InfrastructureSelect Future Applications of Flying CarsMilitary Application—Lockheed Martin Transformer TXAir Ambulance Application—The CormorantAir Taxi Application—Ehang 184Organ Transport Application—Ehang 184Comparison by Application for Different Flying Car ModelsTimeline for Flying Car ApplicationsInfrastructure—Landing and TakeOffInfrastructure—Parking and RefuelingEnd Customers for Flying CarsBusiness Services and Revenue StreamsOther Factors Driving the Flying Cars MarketMacroeconomic Outlook—Broader Factors Influencing Flying CarsHelicopter—High Costs and Low Fuel Economy Make it UnsuitableUrban Mobility Choked by Increasing Traffic CongestionOther MegaTrends Driving the Growth of Flying Cars Flying Car Rules and RegulationsFlying Cars—Regulatory Certifications and Government CollaborationsDrone Regulations—The United StatesDrone Regulations—ChinaDrone Regulations—European UnionDrone Regulations—UAEGrowth Opportunities and Companies to ActionFlying Cars Growth Opportunities Strategic Imperatives Conclusions and RecommendationsThe 3 Big PredictionsAppendixAbbreviations and Acronyms UsedLegal DisclaimerMarket Engineering Methodology

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