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This week, Bell arrived in Los Angeles and showed innovators — big and small — the future of on-demand mobility. From other industry partners to curious students, the Bell Air Taxi virtual reality experience gave everyone a glimpse into the future of flight.
“Any opportunity to interact with students is always a rewarding experience for our team,” said Scott Drennan, Bell’s director of innovation. “They are the future innovators that will use these air taxis and continue developing this technology.”
During the summit, representing Bell, executive vice president, Michael Thacker, presented a keynote speech about this experience, emphasizing how the Bell Air Taxi will alleviate work commutes and other traffic congested travel.
Chief pilot, Jeff Greenwood, spoke to the intricacies of flying new innovations on the “Speaker Series: A Simplified Cockpit Experience.”
Drennan also participated in the panel “Design Experts – Lessons Learned the ‘Hard’ware-way,” where he shared an engineer’s perspective on the challenges and opportunities these new aircraft will provide.
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