A Dutch man is working to construct a flying drone he says could eventually replace taxis.
Thorstin Crijns, a software engineer, has constructed a large quad-copter that can carry a person.
“What I envision is that governments could use this transportation system,” he told Now This News. “A person could use a smartphone, call the drone, it will land in front of him, and he can get in there and go to his desired location.”
The technology still needs some work, as at the moment Crijns’ drone can only carry a person for 10 seconds.