First flying electric car has officially been cleared for take off.
This week, Alef Aeronautics revealed its flying car “Model A" was granted legal permission from the Federal Aviation Administration to test run the vehicle on the road and in the sky − a move needed before it can be released to the public.Alef is the first company to receive a Special Airworthiness Certification from the FAA, the company said in a news release. The certification limits the locations and purpose for which the vehicle is allowed to fly.The vehicle will also need to meet National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration safety standards before taking flight.
A “smartwatch” for your living space.
IRA uses data to enhance the following aspects of your home: Comfort, Energy Savings, Health and Environment Protection. It uses built-in sensors and cloud data to make decisions and recommendations, such as:“Open the window” - “Close the window” - “Run an air purifier”- “Switch off the AC”. In the future, IRA can directly interact with home devices - thanks to compatibility with the Matter standard, the future of the smart home industry. The standard is a common language for smart home devices.This ensures maximum data privacy and longevity. With open source hard- & software, users shall have maximum control over the product.