Sensors already being used in automobiles’ automated-driving systems could migrate to universal control units for autonomous flying taxis, automotive supplier Bosch says. The control units would ensure the ability to constantly monitor the flying taxis’ position, allowing them to be controlled with precision and safety, Bosch says in a news release. Unlike sensor systems currently used in the aerospace sector, some of which cost up to several hundred thousand dollars, Bosch can ...

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