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Jing (Ehang): “The drone will help to do the missions of the National Police even more efficiently”

The drone industry estimates that the fleet for professional use could exceed 51,400 aircraft in 2035 and reach 53,500 in 2050, which would produce an economic impact of 1,220 million euros in 2035 and 1,520 million euros in 2050. Exp was the first manufacturer in the world to announce drones capable of carrying passengers. OKDIARY interview to Vitoria Jing, CEO of the company in Spain, to learn about the challenges it faces after entering the Spanish market just a year ago.

Question: What characteristics does the new ‘megadron’ have that you have donated to the National Police?

Answer: This fully electric and sustainable autonomous aerial vehicle is the world’s first autonomous aerial vehicle to take off and land vertically, making it very convenient for use in urban areas. So this advanced technology can help the National Police so that it can carry out its emergency and security missions very efficiently and protect the agents. Thus they benefit society and citizens.

This autonomous vehicle model has flown in many countries around the world, 10 countries such as the United States, Canada, Austria, the Netherlands, South Korea, Japan, Estonia and more than 40 cities around the world. So with this new vehicle we want to transform mobility so that we can enjoy urban life more and have a more sustainable life.

Q: What are the main functions of this vehicle?

R: The National Police of Spain is always at the forefront of technology. We believe that this highly advanced technology can help make emergency and security tasks more efficient and, in turn, protect officers from potential hazards.

“From Ehang, we want to share this technology and this international experience so that Spain leads in new forms of mobility”

Q: What is Ehang?

R: We are the world’s leading company in this autonomous aerial vehicle technology. We are also the world leader in urban air mobility and participate in various European Union (EU) projects. So the mission of the company is to offer accessible, autonomous and sustainable mobility for everyone. In addition, we are the first company in the sector to be licensed on the Nasdaq.

Q: Are you planning to launch new models?

R: The technology is in continuous improvement. A few months ago we have launched another model that is more advanced. It is called VT 30, it can fly up to 400 kilometers and with two hours of autonomy.

Q: What do you expect from the Spanish market after your landing a year ago?

R: Spain has always been a pioneer country, an innovative country throughout its history. For this reason, we want to share this technology and this international experience so that Spain can lead in new forms of mobility.

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