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Editorial Feature


Drone Major's Chief Executive featured on the Mail Online

Published September 26th 2017

Words By: Scott Campbell - Mail Online

A drone expert has revealed a future world with flying cars, robot medics that rush to the scene of car crashes and spaceships which can mine supplies from faraway planets.

Army veteran Robert Garbett predicts that within decades the skies above Britain will be buzzing with the gentle sound of propellers as drivers are whisked from A to B by sets of self-piloting helicopter blades.

The devices - little larger than a Smart car - would be summoned with the press of a button before attaching themselves on to the roof of motorists and flying away.

Speaking at today's launch of his new consultancy firm Drone Major Group, Mr Garbett tells MailOnline: 'There are projects developing ground-air synergies for future smart cities.

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