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CES 2016: Pilotless drone to transport humans – BBC News

A human-carrying drone is one of the transport innovations on display at the CES tech show in Las Vegas.
The EHang personal minicopter is not operated by manual controls. The passenger chooses a point on a map to travel to.
The device is likely to cost more than $200,000 (£137,000) and could be illegal to ride in public in many countries.

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