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SkyDrive receives new order for 100 eVTOL aircraft from CT UAV JSC

SkyDrive receives new order for 100 eVTOL aircraft from CT UAV JSC

A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between SkyDrive Inc., a major Japanese eVTOL aircraft manufacturer with headquarters in Toyota City, Japan, and CT UAV JSC in Vietnam was announced. CT UAV has agreed to pre-order up to 100 SkyDrive eVTOL aircraft “SKYDRIVE.”

A division of the Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam-based multi-business CT Group, CT UAV is developing a range of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technologies.

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A three-seater electric aircraft with vertical takeoff and landing is currently being developed by SkyDrive under the name “SKYDRIVE.” Its eVTOL is in the process of receiving certification from the Japan Civil Aviation Bureau (JCAB).

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The organization CT Group, which has nine business divisions, supports CT UAV. To help Vietnamese intelligence catch up with the furious pace of the 4.0 technology revolution, CT Group is concentrating on 6 high-tech industries in addition to its three sustainable business lines, including CT UAV. CT UAV is building a brighter, more technologically advanced future and enhancing quality of life with the goal of being a leader in the fusion of artificial intelligence (AI) and UAV technology.

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In order to introduce new mobility solutions in Vietnam, SkyDrive and CT UAV will assess commercial eVTOL factors with interested parties, including vertiports, routes and network design, infrastructure requirements, and ecosystems.

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