Airtificial rises up high with the flying car
Airtificial positions itself at the vanguard of the future mobility. The company, expert in artificial intelligence, attended one of the major events of the automotive sector, the Geneva Motor Show, where the Dutch company Personal Air and Land Vehicle (PAL-V) shew its flying car. Airtificial has signed a Letter of Intentions for the development of the studies on composites manufacturing engineering for the mentioned flying car.
Firstly it was the train of the future, Hyperlooop, for which Airtificial has become the exclusive manufacturer of both the capsules and the tube, whenever it is made of composites material, through which this new means of transport will travel. Now, Airtificial has signed an agreement that assures the company to become the exclusive manufacturer for many of the vehicle parts made of composite materials. In this way, Airtificial keeps on demonstrating, thanks to its experience in engineering, design and manufacturing of composite parts and complex structures, its ability to offer technological and industrial solutions that will change the concept of mobility as known so far.