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Dubai - Al Bayan
Miami - The Miami-based World Miami Center developer today unveiled plans to boost its own self-propelled aerial vehicles by modifying the tower's roof design to accommodate a 5,000-square-foot platform over the 60-storey tower in downtown Miami.
Dan Kodsi, a master of urban planning with extensive aviation experience, has built more than 6,000 units during his 30-year career. And is now working on upgrading its advanced and futuristic tower design to turn its surface into a high platform for VTOL, also known as UAVs or self-propelled aerial vehicles.
"The future of the transport sector will see dramatic changes over the next 10 years thanks to the use of jet vehicles to ease traffic congestion on the ground, move faster on a daily basis, and contribute to the preservation of the environment," said Dan Kodsi. These vehicles are characterized by being helicopter-like but quieter, electronically operated and environmentally friendly. The Paramount Miami World Center features state-of-the-art amenities and features, and we are very pleased to launch the first private jet platform in Miami.
Residents of the tower will soon be able to use an elegant glass elevator ride to the private deck for the use of these aircraft on request.
The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), in partnership with the Chinese company Ehang, conducted its first pilot test of the AAV last year. The launches will be held soon. Matar Al Tayer, To implement the directives of the wise leadership; to make Dubai the smartest city in the world. Since UBER Elevate announced that it will begin testing taxis in Dallas, Fort Worth, Los Angeles and Dubai by 2020, a global race of technology companies, aircraft manufacturers and cars has started to develop aircraft.