[ad_1] Honda Motor Co. Ltd. has introduced the technology development direction the company is pursuing while leveraging its core technologies. This direction leads to fulfilling Honda’s 2030 Vision of serving people worldwide with the “joy of expanding their life’s potential.” Honda is committed to contributing to a society with zero environmental impact and zero traffic
[ad_1] Add to that trifecta of significant news a NASA announcement on September 30 that the aforementioned magniX, based in Redmond, Washington, will receive $74.3 million, with another $179 million going to GE Aviation, over five years to accelerate development of megawatt-class electric powerplants for short-range and regional commercial air travel and single-aisle passenger aircraft.
[ad_1] Well, to be fair Honda’s still making cars, only now it’s seriously expanding its business areas to form a “mobility ecosystem” that stretches into new dimensions — both literally and figuratively — and ultimately to outer space. Honda R&D Co., the company’s innovations arm, will be leading the efforts to produce an eVTOL (electric
[ad_1] If they plan on being relevant in the worlds that will open up beyond the borders of our home planet, carmakers will eventually have to pay attention to what’s going on up there. And apparently among the first to do are the Japanese from Honda. In a curious statement released on September 30, the
[ad_1] Japanese auto-maker Honda has set its sights on developing its own rockets and running a satellite launch business. Ambitions for this venture are not grand. The company aspires to launch “small low-Earth orbit satellites” and hopes its efforts allow “at least some of the rocket components to land back on Earth after the launching”.
[ad_1] Honda Motor Company announced plans to innovate in new business areas like electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft (eVTOL), bipedal robots and space technology. Honda R&D Co., Honda Motor Company’s (HMC) innovations arm, will be leading the effort on “outside-the-box research on technologies that will bring about new value for people by expanding the
[ad_1] Here’s our curated list of important tech news from this week in byte size. Airbus’ electric air taxi European aerospace firm, Airbus, is developing a new fully electric air taxi to carry up to four passengers in urban environments. The CityAirbus NextGen will be equipped with fixed wings, a V-shaped tail, and eight electrically
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