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Fresh update on "joby aviation" discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

00:44 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "joby aviation" discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"Sony announced it plans to ramp up PlayStation 5 production, the company expects to sell 56% more PS5 units in its fiscal 2022 up to 18 million units. At investor meeting, the company also revealed it doesn't plan to publish PS4 games by 2025. Sony also said it expects to have over 20 major titles available for the launch of the PlayStation VR two, although still no word on a release date for that next gen the air headset. The federal aviation administration granted Joby aviation apart one 35 air carrier certificate, which allows the company to operate aircraft commercially. The company still needs to other FAA certificates to operate an air taxi service with its all electric vertical takeoff and landing vehicles, but these are expected to be granted in time for the company's plan 2024 service launch date. Twitter agreed to a $150 million settlement with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, the settlement was over allegations that misrepresented the security and privacy of user data between May 2013 and September 2019 by not disclosing that email addresses and phone numbers collected to secure accounts were also used to aid advertisers. Twitter cofounder and former CEO Jack Dorsey stepped down from Twitter's board of directors on Wednesday. The move was announced when Dorsey stepped down as CEO, but is now official. Dorsey has been involved with Twitter in some capacity since its founding in 2006. SEC filings show Elon Musk put up another $6.25 billion of equity for his acquisition of Twitter, increasing his total equity to $33.5 billion. The Wall Street Journal reports that Musk will no longer rely on margin loans backed by Tesla shares for the acquisition. The electronic frontier foundation launched HTTPS everywhere in 2010 as an extension to force your browser to use a secure connection when available. Since then, browsers have got series about HTTPS to the point of showing warning screens if a site doesn't offer a secure connection. Since all major browsers offer support for an HTTPS only mode, the EFF considers its work in this arena done. HTTPS everywhere will sunset in January 2023. According to a new report from data AI and IDC, the gaming market will hit $222 billion globally in 2022 with 61% of that driven by the mobile gaming market. The report expects the console market to be slightly down at $42 billion in the year with PC gaming flat at $40 billion. Nvidia earned $1 36 cents per share on revenue up 46% of the year to $8.29 billion, both beating analyst estimates. Nvidia's data center business surpassed its gaining business with revenue up 83% to $3.75 billion. Gaining revenue grew 31% to $3.62 billion and its automotive business decreased revenue 10% to $138 million. In its fiscal Q four, Lenovo earned $3 and 52 cents per share on revenue up 6.8% on the year to $16.69 billion. It beat estimates on earnings, but missed on revenue. During that period counterpoint reports that it led PC market share with 23.1% of the market, even as it found overall PC shipments declining 4.3% in April. Broadcom announced it intends to acquire VMware and a $61 billion deal, while Broadcom has made acquisitions to expand into the software market over the last four years, the deal would triple its software sales to about 45% of total revenue. Nikkei Asia sources say production on at least one flagship iPhone has fallen three weeks behind schedule due to disruptions from China's strict COVID-19 lockdown policies. It's unclear if this would impact initial production volumes of new devices. The smart ring maker or a partnered with Gucci to launch the Gucci by aura ring, basically its latest gen three ring with the Gucci logo and 18 karat gold accents. It costs $950 but includes a lifetime membership subscription for daily health insights, which otherwise cost $5 99 cents a month. Xiaomi launched the mi band 7 in China, now offering a 1.62 inch always on AMOLED display. The wearable's blood oxygen tracking will also now notify.

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"joby aviation" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

"joby aviation" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Quick tape This is a Bloomberg business flash Boom limburg world headquarters I'm Charlie pellet looks like we have put in the lows for the day 13 minutes to go ahead of the closing bell the Dow the S&P has stacked two remain lore but not as bad as things were We've got the S&P now down by 31 points so drop there of just about 8 tenths of 1% The Dow is down 283 now down 9 tenths of 1% NASDAQ chloro by 82 points a drop there of 7 tenths of 1% The NASDAQ 100 index does remain lower by 1% where we have seen a turnaround for the Russell 2000 It is up now by 7 tenths of 1% Ten year yield 2.84% spot gold down one and a half percent 18 24 the ounce while West Texas enemy crude is up 1% up one O four a barrel one O 6 76 on WTI Prices paid to producers rose more than forecast in April the data suggesting fed officials will keep tightening monetary policy Again that ten year 2.84% S&P off session lows down now by 26 points a drop of 7 tenths of 1% A number of companies will be reporting after the close of trading today including Joby aviation up now by 7.3% toasting will report up now by 10.4% figs it is up by 3% and will also be hearing from houlahan Loki it is up now by just about 1.3% I'm Charlie caliphates of Bloomberg business flash Thank you so much.

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"joby aviation" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:17 min | 8 months ago

"joby aviation" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And so this is a good example of that. Now the charts and graphs that go with this week's program, Alex, I want to skip and answer the question. Not a recession. Well, that's an implied question. Why is it not a recession and I have it right here? Okay. Okay. What are we looking at? Okay, so this is jobs. We covered this last week, but it's more important because I have another graph to go with it. If you go to net worth radio dot com, you can see the charts and graphs. Let's look at this. Nearly 11 million jobs are available. How many people are unemployed. 8,000,008 point 7,000,008 0.0.7 million There's 2.2 million more jobs than unemployed people. Is that normal? Yes, that's normal. That was true in 2018 2019. That's right, right? It was actually less than that. But At the peak. How many people were unemployed 23.1 million? Yes. Last year Last we forget, who said it would be the fastest recovery in history. Aberdeen, Bob Dean said it Then Goldman Sachs. Stole it and sell it. They said it. Yeah. Goldman Sachs said it too. And That says Okay, That's not a recession. That is a healthy economy like 2018 2019. We're back to healthy. Six million more jobs to be filled 11 million jobs out there, and that's when the Fed Will begin to raise the cash rates, which could be as long as five years or so. It could be a while could be a while with zero interest rates, which leads to the inflation subject, which Papa Dean is going to cover. Excellent that's coming up. Yeah, We're going to get some wisdom on that because he lived through the seventies with the Camaro and a bad leisure suit and some sideburns just saying all right, David For the time, I'm sure as long as we're on the charts, which are posted in network radio dot com get there. And get the intelligence Also go to YouTube and type in MacGowan Group or go to apple podcast and just type in Net worth radio. Okay, So s and P 500 Index wow. 19.75% year to date, too big year. Are we due for a pullback? It's been like five years of rally, even with the pandemic. I would. I would think you'd have a pullback kind of safety. It's kind of a normal reaction and overpricing and the Dow's down over 3% from its recent peak in August. But sporting of 15% gain for the year. Healthcare sector pulling ahead Of the Dow Up 17.73% total year. Return your today, Okay, then that leads to What is the highest Increase in an index so far this year. What's the pipelines? They're up 36% so far this year. It's a pretty good year Natural gas of 125% so far this year. And the shortage case case case. Is in my most recent update here. Yeah, the two hurricanes. Across the gulf have reduced the stockpiles of crude now down from 5 40 billion barrels to 417. Yep. That's a huge decrease. And it plummeted this week. So thanks to Stephen Norris. We know that and natural gas storage is probably 35% below. Where it normally is this year, going into winter, and we have a headline that relates to that. Now. Headline round up. What do you got? Consumer inflation 5.3%. That's where we've got the pop Adina interview coming up this next one is the funniest op ed I've read in The Wall Street Journal Wall Street Journal is usually not funny. Okay, It's usually intelligent. It's usually intelligent, but give us give us the headlines. Stock market fails A Breathalyzer Andy Kessler, He is so funny. Yeah. So he's talking about these these companies and what the market valuations are forum. Um And if you look at just this one Joby Aviation, which is going to begin an electric car, taxi service or electric air taxi services in 2024 by the ways to in 24, so they don't They don't really have any revenue for three years, right? It's worth more than lives. Left. Answer. EasyJet or JetBlue? JetBlue. Okay, that's worth more than all those beyond meat. Um, maybe beyond me, P protein is worth more than the entire market for peace eating globally. Really? Yeah. And well, they've got a good product. Okay? I'm just saying, if you put a lot of spice on it, that's okay. And so I can go on used car sales platform caravan. Is now this is used car sales platform worth more than Volvo, Honda Ford. Or Honda. Airbnb is worth more than Marriott and Hilton combined Coin base is worth more than the NASDAQ. What? Yeah. Coin base is worth more than the whole NASDAQ NASDAQ Exchange Exchange. Yeah, they're worth more than the exchange. So they're saying the Crypto exchange will be worth more than hold NASDAQ Wow. Okay, That's it. That's pretty bold. And then you get into some of the craziest things we've seen all year. Okay? Gamestop, Right from grav into 400 that shout out to Gamestop. You've got a 976% gain for the year. Yeah, maybe a lactic. Yeah. Virgin Galactic. My favorite dog coin? Yes. What about Dutch Queen went from a penny to 75 cents back down to 26 cents. Okay? Yeah, AMC. I did actually go see a movie recently. It was not at an AMC. But Was a good movie was there was the pop patrol. Pop patrol. Yeah, Yeah, Wilson. You took Wilson and Wilder. Yeah, They loved it. Popcorn there in their popcorn, kicking their feet on those little seats. Okay. Got it. Got it Got good big seats now they got they sat in the big seats, okay? Um, I've got one here. I'll save it for the break. Okay? Because we're going to continue to cover the question that we promised to cover and that is wild Speculation. Wild speculations. Crazy, crazy wild speculations that's coming up. Go.

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"joby aviation" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:14 min | 9 months ago

"joby aviation" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Inflation. People are talking to me in West Virginia about the price of gas, the price of everything they buy, including their groceries, how it's affecting them. So I think we need to see what we're doing right now and effects were having No one is saying they're losing their benefits because they're going to extend up through next year. Why are we rushing for this one week? Why do we have to have everything done in one week, Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia. He was on one of the talk shows yesterday, as was Bernie Sanders there, the two poles Of the Democratic Party and whether or not this $3.5 trillion package goes through. Bernie says it should be 6.5 Trillion. Joe Manchin says it should be 1.5 Trillion. They're a long way apart. Um, maybe nothing happens would be awesome. I heard a conservative make the point the other day, we would all be better off if they burned $3.5 trillion Then, if this past because some of the things that pass are going to cost us way much more than $3.5 trillion in the long run, it would be better off to make a big pile of three actually in dollar bills and burn it. Wow. That's a good point because the gigantic plan which isn't again not gigantic enough for Bernie Bernard Sanders involves quite a few essentially permanent obligations for the government, Bernie said yesterday. We should get the whole clip on it because it's really interesting, he said. We're not going to because you're talking about real infrastructure about human as opposed to human infrastructure. And we're not going to build bridges just so people can live under them is his new thing, which is pretty clever phrase. Your goodness. Yeah, I mean, it's obvious propaganda, but it's It's a good turn of a phrase went on a little bit of Iran. He said. Oh, people don't have false teeth. We have old people going around without teeth. I thought, is this something? Is this a Major, the great tooth listeners epidemic. I haven't followed them, You know, I saw really good back to back a bunch of clips of mansion and Bernie on the shows in which Bernie was saying 3.5 is unacceptable. That's not there. Late enough investment and mansions saying, Oh, we're we can't spend three We We've already spent what six trillion This is crazy or you need to invest in America. And man should go back and it's just not going to happen. Good. Good. Nothing happening would be the best thing for me. Yeah. Gridlock. Yeah, No kidding. So I want to talk about the Evander Holyfield fight. At some point That happened over the weekend as a bunch of side shows, too, that there were interesting. Trump was one of the announcers. Um, they had an old man get beat up in the ring. Evander Holyfield, who turns 59 this week. Got knocked out in the first round, and a lot of people thought that it was a fight. Do you know the fight was supposed to be? I think in California are a number of different states where they don't allow that sort of thing. They couldn't sanction it. So they took it to Florida, where they were willing to sanction any near 60 year old getting beat up by a younger man. And I have that been actual supporting. Like I said before it, it's one step up from Bumfights and not a big step. So this article in these, uh, Wall Street Journal got my attention Last night, Written by Andy Kessler. The stock market fails a Breathalyzer. I don't know if you've been following it was. It was a bit of a down week last week, but it's a look like it's going to bounce back today and in general over the last several years, they set a record every other day with all the all the all the stocks, and there's all kinds of craziness going on. The Breathalyzer thing is that He's making the argument that the stock market is drunk. Everybody's drunk. We're just on a wild bender. Things are out of control. Let me read you. Some of this. It's amazing. Joby Aviation, which plans to begin an electric air taxi service in 2024 is worth more than Lufthansa, easyJet or JetBlue. Does that sound right? Does that sound right? Says Andy Kessler. In this market, why not heck? Earlier this year, Tesla was worth more than the next nine car manufacturers combined, though now Tesla is only worth more than the next six car manufacturers combined. There you go back down to Earth. I drive a Tesla now. But there's no reason that that car company should be worth more than Honda and Ford and Chevy all added together. I mean, that's insane. Beyond meat you ate. Some of that last week, made delicious made with P protein is worth more than the entire market for PS eaten on the planet. The fundamentals even matter anymore, I can go on, he said. Used car sales platform Carbonnel, which I just became aware of, like a week ago, Carbonneau for buying used cars is told them one of my cars is worth more than Volvo, Honda, Ford or Hunde. Airbnb is worth more than Marriott and Hilton combined. Wow Crypto Exchange Coin base is worth more than the entire NASDAQ exchange. When companies are more more worth more than any possible reality. Watch out. Yeah, who was once worth $125 billion in a all $200 billion during the dot com bubble? Both are worth 99% less than that today. Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently tweeted I thought 1999 was peak insanity. But 2021 is 1000% more insane. That's a guy who knows. While while Elon Musk believes in Tesla in his car company, he knows it shouldn't be worth more than the next six car companies added together. Well, I was a dewy eyed youth, probably eighth grader when we first discussed the great Depression in a history class, and I remember the description of how it went wrong was, of course, grossly oversimplified for kids. But one of the key elements to it was that the stock market instead of being a center of a target of investments, was a center of speculation. People were just counting on a pyramid scheme. More and more people getting in and bidding up the stocks higher beyond all reason and borrowing money to do it. Buying on margin. You may recall that phrase from history class. And there's absolutely zero question at this point. What's driving the stock market is not valuation. It's speculation. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, yeah, of course. Um, and it's and it's but it's It's not only is that true, but it's so far down that road. It's just crazy was I've just laid out And this guy goes on to say in The Wall Street Journal. Remember when the selling starts fear of missing out turns into fear of losing everything as speculators jump like rats off a sinking ship..

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"joby aviation" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:53 min | 9 months ago

"joby aviation" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Something called an E V toll, which stands for electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft, And this was built by a California startup called Joby Aviation. Listen to the specs, battery powered craft six propellers. That you can hardly even here. These two people as a range of 150 miles, but These air taxis. This is really something. They can go 200 MPH Wow, 200 MPH just to give you some perspective. Is that when you're jetting around at 40,000 Square feet and say private aviation, you're going I don't know 400 MPH, Maybe in a big jet. You're going 500 MPH. If you're going in a little Cessna, 1 72, and you're just landing, you know, maybe maybe you're going or you can take it off. Maybe you're going 75 100 MPH. Now this thing's 200 MPH. So you can get from one side of town to the other in just a couple of minutes. Flight testing actually began in late August at a job aviation site near Big Sur California ended this week. Now they're analyzing all the data. It's too early to say if NASA could actually make this air attacks Taxi a reality anytime soon. Because let's just face it. They need to plan it, Uh, number two, a flexible display. That's hardest glass. What is that flexible display has been used for smartphones. Computers, TVs. It's a totally evolving tech. They have got a lot of kinks. But LG Electronics says that it's developed a new material that acts as the cover of a foldable display now the outermost layers what protects the fragile screen from damage? So l G camp here, this material that's called real folding window. Unlike existing films tempered glass, it has a coding. That will prevent fold impressions and stuff like that. So instead of being limited to just bending one direction, though, this is also something you can bend inward and outward, and it's adorable. LG's has been tested. And folded 200,000 times. It's hard as glass, even though it's just a few micro millimeters thick. This is really something. I mean, I know I don't really always get excited about a lot of new tech, but the thing about everything that's coming with this thing They're going to sound too. Foldable Manufacturers in 2023. Of course, we're going to keep up this story. We're gonna tell you more about it as it unfolds. Thank you. Number three, just walk out on Amazon. Just walk out as the name of Amazon's automated checkout technology is being yet to its go convenience stores and fresh grocery stores. So basically you go there. You can just grab it in the end, you walk out. That's it. You don't need to go the checkout line altogether. How does it work? You walk into the store? You do one of three things you use an installed reader to scan an app on your phone. And you insert a payment card linked to your Amazon account. The third is simply waving your hand over biometric.

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"joby aviation" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:08 min | 9 months ago

"joby aviation" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Startup called Joby Aviation. Listen to the specs, battery powered craft six propellers. That you can hardly even here. It seems to people as a range of 150 miles, but These air taxis. This is really something. They can go 200 MPH Wow. 200 MPH. Just to give you some perspective. Is that when you're jetting around at 40,000 Square feet and say private aviation, you're going I don't know 400 MPH. Maybe in a big jet. You're going 500 MPH. If you're going in a little Cessna, 1 72 and you're just landing, you know, maybe maybe you're going. Are you taking off? Maybe you're going 7500 MPH Now this thing's 200 MPH. So you can get from one side of town to the other and just a couple of minutes. Flight testing actually began late August at a job aviation site near Big Sur California ended this week. Now they're analyzing all the data. It's too early to say if NASA could actually make this air attacks of taxi a reality anytime soon. Because let's just face it. They need to plan it. Number two, a flexible display. That's hardest glass. What is that flexible display has been used for smartphones, computers, TVs. It's a totally evolving tech. They have got a lot of kinks. But LG Electronics says that it's developed a new material that acts as the cover of a foldable display. Now the outermost layers what protects the fragile screen from damage so LG can create this material that's called real folding window. Unlike existing films tempered glass, it has a coding. That will prevent fold impressions and stuff like that. So instead of being limited to just bending one direction, though, this is also something you can bend inward and outward and it's durable. LG's has been tested. And folded 200,000 times. It's hardest glass, even though it's just a few micro millimeters thick. This is really something. I mean, I know I don't really always get excited about a lot of new tech, but the thing about everything that's coming with this thing They're going to sound too foldable manufacturers in 2023. Of course, we're going to keep up this story. We're gonna tell you more about it as it unfolds. Thank you. Number three. Just walk out on Amazon. Just walk out as the name of Amazon's automated checkout technology is being yet to its go convenience stores in fresh grocery stores. So basically you go there. You can just grab it in the end, you walk out. That's it. You don't need to go the checkout line altogether. How does it work? You welcome to the store. You do one of three things you use an installed reader to scan an app on your phone. And you insert a payment card linked to your Amazon account. The third is simply waving your hand over Biometric palm scanner, but they're calling Amazon. What Well, Amazon is just taking over the world. She's Louise. Shoppers are watched by cameras and sensors. It keeps track of everything that you picked up and charged into your account. As soon as you walk into the dark. Get it. Just walk out, um, has been expanded to whole foods. Uh, next year's gonna be added to Washington, D C. Sherman Oaks, California locations. And then it's going to keep expanding with a double whammy. Fewer human cashiers and more loss of your privacy. Mean really, I still have no idea how social media influencers going to handle this cosmic shift. I mean, Apparently, they just can't get enough of the self checkout. Mm. I'm Number four. What? You can charge your phone 10 ft, away from a charger. What? Using a cable Who wants to do that by charging pet? Mm, That's so cute. Motorola says they have the future. Yes. Walkie talkie. Motorola police scanners, cell phones. Motorola is now owned by Lenovo. You didn't know that they've developed some new tech. That specializes in wireless charging called Guru wireless, and they've got something called smart Lensing. So what is smart Lindsay? It uses focused beams of energy for power transfer. So a gadget equipped with this Ted can charge up to four smartphones simultaneously that are 10 ft away. But then I 100 ft Field of view. Seep. Someday you're going to say to your kids remember when I used to have to get a U. S. B. C caribou to charge my phone. Uh um, I would pre order one for a bunch of those Motorolas and saying when it's going to go into production how much? It's not going to be cheap. Um, no, never. No real reason if this is going to even turn around the things that Motorola Amen. Take away the charging cable because you know they've been sinking for years. Number five wow, rise of the robots, and it's really happening there taking over human jobs. But these are jobs that no one wants restaurants across the nation. They are totally having a hard time finding workers. It's gotten so bad that one establishment in Dallas where you can hear us on KRLD as decided to try another way, filling those open positions with robots. There's a Latin restaurant called Lot Dooney and is perched and it's reached out to a firm called American Robot Tech in Plano, Texas. They said, Okay, what can you do for us? The next day, staff from the robotics company showed up at the Dallas restaurant. Mapped it out, assigned numbers to all the tables. Then they brought out the robots. Now the bots were in wheels. They have tablets for the face would be They greet customers. They take food to the tables, and they even sing happy birthday all. Wouldn't that just make make your heart still warm? They rent out the robots for 15 bucks a day, which is actually being Hit with customers. The money the restaurant is saying, is being added to the wages of people who work there. Now You may not think that being a restaurant server is a noble profession, but hey, It puts food on the table. All right. Football is here, and there's no better place to get in on the action. And then with Draftkings, the leader in one day, fantasy sports and to bring you even closer to the actions. Let me tell you draft Kings is giving all new players A free shot at a million dollars during week..

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"joby aviation" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:21 min | 9 months ago

"joby aviation" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"An air taxi. They've been flight testing something called an E V toll, which stands for electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft, And this was built by a California startup called Joby Aviation. Listen to the specs, battery powered craft six propellers. That you can hardly even here. It seems to people as a range of 150 miles. But these air taxes this is really something. They can go 200 MPH Wow. 200 MPH just to give you some perspective is that when you're jetting around at 40,000 Square feet and say private aviation, you're going I don't know. 400 MPH, Maybe in a big jet. You're going 500 MPH. If you're going in a little Cessna, 1 72 and you're just landing, you know, maybe maybe you're going. Are you taking off? Maybe you're going 7500 MPH Now this thing's 200 MPH. So you can get from one side of town to the other. Just a couple of minutes. Flight testing actually began in late August at a job aviation site near Big Sur California ended this week. Now they're analyzing all the data. It's too early to say if NASA could actually make this air attacks Taxi a reality anytime soon. Because let's just face it. They need to plan it. Number two, a flexible display. That's hardest glass. What is that flexible display has been used for smartphones, computers, TVs. It's a totally evolving tech. They have got a lot of kinks. But LG Electronics says that it's developed a new material that acts as the cover of a foldable display now the outermost layers what protects the fragile screen from damage? So l G can create this material that's called real folding window. Unlike existing films tempered glass, it has a coding. That will prevent fold impressions and stuff like that, so it's going to be limited to just bending one direction. Though this is also something you can bend inward and outward, and it's adorable. LG's has been tested. Unfolded 200,000 times. It's hardest glass, even though it's just a few micro millimeters thick. This is really something. I mean, I know I don't really always get excited about a lot of new tech, but the thing about everything that's coming with this thing They're going to sound too. Foldable Manufacturers in 2023. Of course, we're going to keep up this story. We're gonna tell you more about it as.

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"joby aviation" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:27 min | 9 months ago

"joby aviation" Discussed on 790 KABC

"I mean, think of everything that's in your email right now. Do you want big tech knowing everything and tracking everything? Uh, I don't And you don't. You shouldn't either. Go to start mail dot com slash Kim. Alright, this part of the show. I'd like to talk about future tech where things are headed. You might think that NASA's totally looking into the stars, but they're actually responsible for one day, getting you from one side of the city to the other using an air taxi. They've been flight testing something called an E V toll, which stands for electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft, and this one's built by a California startup called Joby Aviation. Listen to the specs, battery powered craft six propellers. But you can hardly even here. These two people as a range of 150 miles, But these air taxis, this is really something. They can go 200 MPH Wow, 200 MPH just to give you some perspective. Is that when you're jetting around at 40,000 Square feet and say private aviation, you're going I don't know 400 MPH Maybe in a big jet. You're going 500 MPH. If you're going in a little Cessna, 1 72 and you're just landing. You know, maybe maybe you're going or you're taking off. Maybe you're going 7500 MPH. Now this thing's 200 MPH. So you can get from one side of town to the other. Just a couple of minutes. Flight testing actually began in late August at a job aviation site near Big Sur California ended this week. Now they're analyzing all the data. It's too early to say if NASA could actually make this air attacks, so taxi a reality anytime soon. Because let's just face it. They need to plan it. Number two, a flexible display. That's hardest glass. What is that flexible display has been used for smartphones, computers, TVs. It's a totally evolving tech. They have got a lot of kinks. But LG Electronics says that it's developed a new material that acts as the cover of a foldable display now the outermost layers what protects the fragile screen from damage? So l G can create this material that's called real folding window. Unlike existing films tempered glass, it has a coding. That will prevent fold impressions and stuff like that. So instead of being limited to just bending one direction, though, this is also something you can bend inward and outward, and it's adorable. LG's has been tested. And folded 200,000 times. It's hardest glass, even though it's just a few micro millimeters thick. This is really something. I mean, I know I don't really always get old excited about a lot of new tech, but the thing about everything that's coming with this thing. They're going to sound too foldable manufacturers in 2023. Of course, we're going to keep up this story. We're gonna tell you more about it as it unfolds. Thank you. Number three. Just walk out on Amazon. Just walk out as the name of Amazon's automated checkout technology is being yet to its go convenience stores and fresh grocery stores. So basically you go there. You went to the store. You grab it in the end, you walk out. That's it. You don't need to go the checkout line altogether. How does it work? You walk into the store? You do one of three things you used and installed reader to scan an app on your phone and you insert a payment card linked to your Amazon account. The third is simply waving your hand over a biometric palm scanner. They were calling Amazon. What Well, Amazon is just taking over the world cheese. Louise. Shoppers are watched by cameras and sensors. It keeps track of everything that you picked up and charged into your account as soon as you walk into the door. Get it just walk out. Um, it's been expanded to whole foods, Uh, next year's gonna be added to Washington, D C. Sherman Oaks, California locations. And then it's going to keep expanding with a double whammy. Fewer human cashiers and more loss of your privacy. I mean, really, I still have no idea how social media influencers going to handle this cosmic shift. I mean, Apparently, they just can't get enough of the self checkout. Mm hmm. I know. Uh, Number four. What? You can charge your phone 10 ft, away from a charger. What? Using a cable Who wants to do that by charging pant? Mm. That's so cute. Motorola says they have the future. Yes. Walkie talkie. Motorola police scanner cell phones. Motorola is now owned by Lenovo. You didn't know that they've developed some new tech. That specializes in wireless charging called Guru wireless, and they've got something called smart Lensing. So what is smart, Lindsey uses focused beams of energy for power transfer. So a gadget equipped with this tech can charge up to four smartphones simultaneously that are 10 ft, away within a 100 ft Field of view. See someday you're going to say to your kids. Remember when I used to have to get a U. S. B. C caribou to charge my phone. Um, I would pre order one for a bunch of his Motorolas and saying when it's going to go into production how much? It's not going to be cheap. Um, no, no. No realism. Reason if this is going to even turn around the things that Motorola Amen. Take away the charging cable because you know they've been sinking for years. Number five wow, rise of the robots, and it's really happening there taking over human jobs. But these are jobs that no one wants restaurants across the nation. They are totally having a hard time finding workers. It's gotten so bad that one establishment in Dallas where you can hear us on KRLD has decided to try another way, filling those open positions with robots. There's a Latin restaurant called Lot Dooney and is perched and it's reached out to a firm called American Robot Tech in Plano, Texas. And they said, Okay, what can you do for us? The next day, staff from the robotics company showed up at the Dallas restaurant. Mapped it out, assigned numbers to all the tables. Then they brought out the robots. Now the bots were in wheels. They have tablets for the face would be, um they greet customers. They take food to the tables, and they even sing happy birthday all. Wouldn't that just make make your heart so warm? They rent out the robots for 15 bucks a day, which is actually being hit with customers. Now, the money the restaurant is saying is being added to the wages that people who work there now you may not think that being restaurant server is a noble profession, but hey, Oh, it puts food on the table..

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"joby aviation" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

06:31 min | 9 months ago

"joby aviation" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

"Oil. Come to the county ride home for wednesday september first. Twenty twenty one. I'm jackson bird today. Would you take a flying rideshare. Taxi nasa is betting on its plus murder. Hornets are back and better than ever and the growing genre of bedroom pop which is what it may be. Sounds like here are some of the cool things from the news. Today nasa has officially started flight tests with the dark horse of air-taxis jobe aviation marking the agency's first ever test with an electric vehicle takeoff and landing aircraft or v. T. o. l. Now if you haven't heard of jobe aviation don't worry they've gone under the radar for awhile pretty much until earlier this year when they went public. You might have heard of jobe tripods. Though they are the same people job in pervert the founder of jobe aviation also invented the guerilla pod but anyways jobe aviation has been quietly toiling away for over a decade completing more than one thousand test flights to meet the requirements outlined by the faa and other globally creation regulators. They haven't officially been certified yet but working with nasa's advanced air mobility campaign is a step towards that goal and their aircraft which is powered by six. Electric motors is designed to accommodate one pilot and four riders with the intention of being a rideshare service as they say on their site quote flying with us might feel more like getting into an suv than boarding a plane and quotes. It's basically uber. But for flying cars literally actually in twenty twenty jobe aviation acquired. Uber's ev teo l. Division uber elevates jobe also received early funding from the venture capital arms of toyota intel and jet blue some of its impressive. Funders and partners as well as it's good relationship with the faa and now nasa and the company's experience having been around longer than most other competitors is why seen thinks that jobe could be the company that will become the first to market a commercial. Ev teo l. This latest announcement makes them even more likely nastase advanced. Air mobility campaign is designed to quoting the campaign promote public confidence and accelerate the realization of emerging aviation markets for passenger and cargo transportation in urban suburban rural and regional environments and and during these flight tests they'll be monitoring the job aircrafts movement and sound as well as safety concerns. They'll also be working with the faa to craft new rules for electric air taxis. So jobe is going to be a part of making the rules that they'll have to pass giving them pretty good odds though the verge notes that getting certified is a long process and some think it could be up to five years or more before. Any ev teo l. company gets faa certification. Despite that jobe. Still says they plan to launch their air. Taxi service in twenty twenty four. One of the big things nasa will be watching for is something that jobe seems to be quite good at noise control and despite having six propellers. Their aircraft are remarkably quiet on their youtube channel. They've video comparing the noise produced by six different aircraft including their own showing. Just how quiet. It is compared to normal airplanes and helicopters but as seen at pointed out the real video to watch on their youtube channel is one of founder job divert about a minute into the video of him talking about the company the jobe aircraft behind him starts preparing to take off he keeps talking as the propeller start going and then the aircraft launches into the air and takes off right as he finishes his speech. It's a really well. Time shot very effective but the most remarkable thing seen it points out. Is that pervert. Never even had to raise his voice while the aircraft took off. He doesn't even appear to be wearing a mike if he'd done that. In front of a helicopter there is no way we would have heard him. The job aircraft isn't silent but compared to a helicopter it might as well be and that's key to the success of an e. t. o. l. company if their goal is really to have a kind of rideshare service ferrying people across towns all day and night. They can't be as loud as most aircraft are now. They've got to be quieter or else. They'll never get approval officially or from the public so jobe is definitely on the right track there and impressively so also just clarify like most evt's aol's in development. The job aircraft isn't designed to drive on the road. pretty much only one. Evt's l. from aro- mobile is designed to do that. So despite the fact that all of us rating headlines tend to refer to them as flying cars for shorthand clarity and clicks. They really aren't at all they're just aircraft. No car to them at all in rant about this in two thousand seventeen the verge compared it to win they in others including myself pushed back against calling those self-balancing scooters hover boards. They didn't hover at all and calling them that makes the actual technology they possess which is admittedly kind of cool sort of underwhelming. And if we ever got real hover boards in the future what would we call those and continuing with the back to the future. Comparisons in part to when the delorean is modeled to fly. It can still drive like all the other cars that we see airspace. Traffic it transitions between st driving and flying. Most of the gtl's right now. Don't they just fly so we should probably stop calling them flying cars but like the hover boards. What else do we call them. Self-balancing scooters was never a term that caught on and there were too many brands making them to call them simply by the brand name and likewise there's no term yet that exactly gets across. What these aircraft do that isn't a mouthful people. Call them flying cars for the same reason. People call them hover boards. It's a concept. Were familiar with even if it's wrong. It's a succinct term. People recognize that vokes futuristic technology. Is it frustrating. Yes but it's incredibly difficult to get people accustomed to a new term. When there's a more recognizable one right there. There are a lot of other companies around the world right now working on e. t. o. ell's but maybe if joey continues to be the impressive leader of the pack and goes commercial long before anyone else will just call. Ev t. o. Ell's jovis kinda like we call tissues kleenex even when it's a different brand. I'm not saying it's a great solution. Sounds a little funny right now..

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"joby aviation" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"joby aviation" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Paying free bets Visit but mgm dot com For terms conditions must be 21 years older Washington D. C only please gamble responsibly Gambling problem. Call 805 2 to 4700. Money news time at 6 43. Pat is here in a craft brewer We loved in Denver for more than two decades is going away. The keg is drained. The tap is Dr Glass is empty at the falling rock Taphouse. The bar closes this Sunday after 24 years in downtown Denver. Falling Rock was consistently named one of the best beer bars in America. But sales took a big hit over the height of the pandemic. They're down 30% over the past year. The co owner also cites other factors like difficult parking, rising property cost competition from restaurants, even rowdier crowds prowling lower downtown. So you're here for a business loan? Fine. Let's start with your financial numbers. And, of course, your Twitter handle Covid 19 forced businesses to think outside the box in order to survive many, which were strictly brick and mortar took to social media to let customers know they've adapted in order to operate within CDC and other guidelines. And now lenders are keeping that in mind when they determine the credit worthiness of a prospective client. They say mining social media data is one way to see how prospective clients whether the pandemic and can give them An idea of their plans for the future. Daria Aldinger ABC News. This probably isn't what Amazon wants to hear. On day two of its Amazon prime promotion. Some members of Congress are pushing new legislation to break up Amazon and three other tech companies. The bill would allow the federal government to sue Amazon, Facebook, Apple and Google to force them to sell off lines of business that present a conflict of interest. If past Amazon would be forced to give up its marketplace for third party sellers. The proposal is one of five bills introduced last week as part of a bipartisan For Tech giants. I'm Michael Kastner. Taxi. Don't hail one from the curb, head up to the roof. Joby Aviation of California based startup now says it's all electric air taxi will be ready for use in Los Angeles by 2024. The plan is for passengers to be picked up at so called sky ports on top of parking garages. Joby claims the costs for a ride will eventually be similar to a taxi. ABC is Megan to Abrasion. Next Money Update Coming up at 7 12, Pat Woodard K. Away News radio 6 45 on Colorado's Morning News sports Time with B K kind of a sports story. Kind of not, but it was a big story coming out of yesterday. April. It was certainly historic day in the NFL and across the world of sports as Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib Post to this video message on Instagram Monday. What's up, people on Carl Nassib? I'm at my house here in Westchester, Pennsylvania. Just want to take a quick moment to say that I'm gay. The meaning. Do this for a while now, But I finally feel comfortable enough to get it off my chest. I'm pretty private person, So I hope you guys know that I'm really not doing this for attention. I just think that representation of visibility are so important, as have also said he's going to donate $100,000. That was nearly $9.5 million salary this season to the Trevor Project, which is number one Suicide prevention service. For LGBTQ Youth in America. NASA was about to enter a six year out of Penn State. As you can imagine. The post was met with plenty of support from all across the world of sports as well as the NFL, including a statement from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, but said, quote the NFL families proud of crawl for courageously sharing his truth today, representation matters. We share his hope that someday soon statements like his will no longer be newsworthy as we march toward Full equality for the LGBT Q. Plus community. We wish Carl the best of luck this coming season. Of course, Broncos fans don't really because again, he's a raider. It was also historic day frenzy. Athletes. The United States Supreme Court ruled against them unanimously upheld the lower court's ruling regarding student athlete compensation as early to academic needs The ruling fairly narrow it doesn't And amateurism in college sports. CNC is still allowed to forbid benefits that are not related to an athlete's education. However, it allows for college athletes to receive education based benefits like free laptops and paid post graduate internships. They could soon be historic day in the NBA as well. The former Colorado state point guard Becky Hammon has hired as the first female NBA head coach, the longtime Spurs assistant, along with Mr Big Shot himself, Clippers assistant Chauncey Billups are advancing to the second round of interviews for the vacant Portland Trail Blazers head coaching job chances also in the mix for a number of other NBA had gigs and call free will take them out. At night for Colorado. They opened a two game series in Seattle against Chris Flexing and the Mariners. We've got your pre game coverage on cable news, radio instrument free of charge, and I are radio at seven 31st pitch 8 10 and Sports brand crystalline cable news radio. With the Broncos buffs and Rockies. Thanks PK at 6 47. Our top stories on Colorado's Morning news and our Vata police officer has died in a shooting an old town Nevada deputy chief had Brady says the officer was responding to a call at Old Town Square close to the library, a veteran officer with the Arvada Police department. Was shot and killed. We're waiting to release his identity until his family has been notified. Another man was shot and killed by the gunman before the suspect was also taken down. The area was closed down overnight while the investigation continued. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell is against slamming the sweeping voting rights bill that will get a big test vote today ever since Democrats got the election outcome they wanted last fall. We've watched our colleagues actually update the rationale for their latest partisan power grab, But the measure needs 60 votes to move forward..

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"joby aviation" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"joby aviation" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"It comes by California based startup Joby Aviation, They stay would say all electric air Taxi is going to be ready in L. A by 2024. The company says they can travel 100 and 50 miles about 40 bucks a pop in then go about 200 Miles an hour. The federal judge tossed most of the claims filed by activists and civil liberties groups who accused the Trump Administration of violating the civil rights. A protesters. They were forcibly removed from a park near the White House before than President Trump walked to a nearby church to take a photo. The judge says the claims were speculative. And it was premature of the court to conclude whether the actions of law enforcement officers were justified in Orange County Man is accused of killing his sister in law deputies yesterday arrested Michael Galarza for shooting Uh, Francis Arsenal in Orlando Sunday night on Redwood Country Road, The 46 year old charged with first degree murder, No word yet on a motive. Australia is a little ticked off after U. N report claims it's not done enough to protect the great Barrier Reef from climate change. UNESCO says the reach to be put on a list of World heritage sites that are in danger. Do the damage it suffered. Australia is a large exporter of coal and gas and is not updated its climate change goals since 2015 while governor Iran to San is busy up until a has he signed a dozen of bills on Monday. Reporter Darryl Moody again joins US Live with an update, Darryl Actually rate was 44 bill signed into law among them HB 1 57, which requires for the high school students to learn CPR. HB 9 19 prevents local governments from blocking the use of fuels like natural gas to produce energy. While House Bill 70 33 creates a task force aimed at reducing the academic achievement gap for boys in Florida schools and HB 2 41 spells out parental rights with respect to education. Therefore, then there is that Senate Bill 17 86. It's a.

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"joby aviation" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"joby aviation" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Oprah Winfrey to do a sit down reputation saving interview after A growing number of bullying claims continue to service casting an unflattering light on the cookbook author of The 35 Year Old is reportedly being advised to lay low in the wake of the public criticism that is centered on her behavior in the past with selective celebrities like Courtney Stodden, Faour Abraham and fashion designer Michael Costello. According to the knotty, But nice podcast. Teagan is in talks with the media mogul for a sit down interview to tell her truth. She has already written to apologies to study in and issued a lengthy apology on Instagram. That's Michele Pelino reporting a recent three time jeopardy. Winner reveal. She predicted her winning streak down to the exact dollar amount Katie Sokolski, ultimately taking home a total of $19,201 from her time on jeopardy. She took to Twitter after the episode aired to reveal she drew a sketch of herself at the Jeopardy podium, showing that exact number before going on the show, Sokolski says, quote the night before my first jeopardy taping. I was alone in the hotel. Hell and visualizing a win. She included a picture of the drawing, saying, This is real lots of Twitter users asking. What else can she manifest? One joking? Can you give me a little help with lottery numbers? Uh, it's Monica DeLuca reporting all right Time for news about your money. It was Sully brought you about bail arm best in the business business security, so flying cars yet? Well, it's a great question. Are we getting flying cars or what The few companies are actually working on what's called Eve Tall, electric vertical takeoff. And landing technology. So meet the contenders. Joby Aviation is testing an electric air taxi that fits one pilot and four passengers. They say it's going to be on the market by 2024 black files. Also a single pastor. Vehicles can go 25 miles per charge. I've ever hit some markets going to cost 150 G. Then there's the autonomous air taxi called Kitty Hawk, formerly Google's self driving car project. Okay, But how is any of this even feasible? Well, the benefits might include less traffic, faster commutes more sustainable urban mobility. Some First. Don't think at 2024 launches realistic, however, for one, the Federal Aviation Commission, otherwise known as the FAA would have to sign off on it. And customers would have to feel comfortable taking an air taxi that could take some time. So maybe hold onto your air horses. Dow Jones NASDAQ s and P All in the negative by a lot this morning, Dad goes down 1.2%. That's 410 points. 33,004 14 There s and P down 35 41 85 of the NASDAQ Down 74 at 14,086 What's going on here? The Fed Reserve said it's going to raise interest rates one year earlier than expected. Not 2023. But now 2022 coming up here at 7 25. I'll tell you exactly what's breaking down this market coming up. All right. Sully has San Diego reached herd immunity that's coming up plus your traffic and your weather. Koga news time 6 57 at Children's National Hospital..

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"joby aviation" Discussed on Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"joby aviation" Discussed on Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

"Tell us about your trip. . Over fires I understand to to get to this. . Secret Jobe test. . Rain what you saw. . Yeah thanks Joe will I've gotta say it was the story in terms of getting the story <hes>. . You briefly mentioned the the fire situation it all happened in the middle of the first big wave really of of wildfires out in California and my initial flights to the San Francisco Bay area, , which is really where Jobe is based <hes> overall was through a dense clouds of smoke <hes>. . In both directions <hes>, , we had to wear face masks, , of course, , a part of the covert protocol but <hes> we ended up wearing three facemasks. . He showed the flight back because otherwise we couldn't have we couldn't breathe in the smoke. . So <hes> it was the the second flight that I took me onto their sort of <hes> undisclosed test area, , which <hes> was even more interesting because that day. . Having. Got . To this location and then drove from for many miles into the secure facility came around the corner and they're hiding away. . This valley was a small, , very unusual looking hell <hes> not a helicopter, , not not a fixed wing aircraft either this little like a strange hybrid between the two and that's that's the whole point about this new generation. . It's something which we're still trying to really figure out <hes> as as well as the FAA I think what it is dealing with it, , but it was fascinating experience. . I showed up it was a really hot afternoon <hes>. . They basically were all poised waiting for me to get there since the dead they had the the vehicle on this little test area in the valley right in front of me a few hundred yards away they <hes> and that's the thing. . The other thing about electric vehicles is you just turn them on. . You know there's no sort of like. . Slow. . Wind up of a turbine or a piston foreing up it's just flick the switch and the lights come on you flick another switch and it lifts up into the into the air on a was what it was like the the sound which I couldn't wait to hear was so interested to know what it was going to be like <hes> eventually when the sun came to me, , I was hoping. . that it would be different than it was because I had expected something like one of those quad copters where you hear that sort. . Of. . Sound of the electric motors and ready sort of drums that sort of sound and but it didn't it was much low freak lower frequency sound very lower intensity. . San Than expected. . Vehicle took off and performed some maneuvers that are sort of relatively low altitude and the whole time I was standing beside. . Justin Paints the chief test pilot and we were just chatting in a normal voice. . Right it was right aside in beside us, , it went off down the valley did some maneuvering. . And? ? Transit didn't fully transitioned to wing bond fly because the valley area isn't that large. . But it did become debt fatty fast as it maneuvered across in front of us and <hes> and landed and. . that it was a remarkably quiet experience when the vehicle was down to the other end of the valley not too far away <hes> I mean just a few hundred yards <hes>. . You could hardly hear it above the background noise of of the of the INNOVA around the valley. . So I think it would be effectively quite silent in an urban environment. . They do say also that in forward in wing borne flight, , it will also be effectively silent because <hes>. . The big thing about this design is it is it is a sensor they describe as a powered glider. . It's like a like a motor glider really that can take off and land vertically. . So it's just a very different way of looking at it. . I think. . It certainly looks very different. . You know you think of a helicopter this has has more the wingspan of small aircraft. . Yes exactly. . Yeah. . Incentive size. . It's just a little bit short a wingspan than a embraer phenom one, , hundred they they small business jared. . An linked it's only just over twenty twenty, one , feet body length of fears large with a little bit of overhang with the the the props at the back. . But essentially, , it's a very small package a footprint that's really designed to essentially go where helicopter like an forty four would fed. . So that's the principle is that you're packaging this around six electric power unit. . So EPA US, , they call them and <hes> in a sort of a an oval shape which gives you a nice sort of equal area of left on each side and. . Essentially redundancy it case one of those systems fails you've always got five others. . One would power down the other forward power up to keep your balanced <hes>. . It's just a the so many layers of redundancy that are built into this design that <hes> you know sort of goes to the fact that. . Job has really put safety as the absolutely leading design principle for this having actually figured out how to make it a vehicle fly one, , hundred, , fifty nautical miles. . At about one, , hundred, , seventy five points and do it in such a way that <hes> you can recharge between between missions even at that length in a short time. . So it's a the so many areas to look at. .

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Hailing the Air Taxi: Secretive Joby Aviation's new electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing aircraft

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

Hailing the Air Taxi: Secretive Joby Aviation's new electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing aircraft

"Tell us about your trip. Over fires I understand to to get to this. Secret Jobe test. Rain what you saw. Yeah thanks Joe will I've gotta say it was the story in terms of getting the story You briefly mentioned the the fire situation it all happened in the middle of the first big wave really of of wildfires out in California and my initial flights to the San Francisco Bay area, which is really where Jobe is based overall was through a dense clouds of smoke In both directions we had to wear face masks, of course, a part of the covert protocol but we ended up wearing three facemasks. He showed the flight back because otherwise we couldn't have we couldn't breathe in the smoke. So it was the the second flight that I took me onto their sort of undisclosed test area, which was even more interesting because that day. Having. Got To this location and then drove from for many miles into the secure facility came around the corner and they're hiding away. This valley was a small, very unusual looking hell not a helicopter, not not a fixed wing aircraft either this little like a strange hybrid between the two and that's that's the whole point about this new generation. It's something which we're still trying to really figure out as as well as the FAA I think what it is dealing with it, but it was fascinating experience. I showed up it was a really hot afternoon They basically were all poised waiting for me to get there since the dead they had the the vehicle on this little test area in the valley right in front of me a few hundred yards away they and that's the thing. The other thing about electric vehicles is you just turn them on. You know there's no sort of like. Slow. Wind up of a turbine or a piston foreing up it's just flick the switch and the lights come on you flick another switch and it lifts up into the into the air on a was what it was like the the sound which I couldn't wait to hear was so interested to know what it was going to be like eventually when the sun came to me, I was hoping. that it would be different than it was because I had expected something like one of those quad copters where you hear that sort. Of. Sound of the electric motors and ready sort of drums that sort of sound and but it didn't it was much low freak lower frequency sound very lower intensity. San Than expected. Vehicle took off and performed some maneuvers that are sort of relatively low altitude and the whole time I was standing beside. Justin Paints the chief test pilot and we were just chatting in a normal voice. Right it was right aside in beside us, it went off down the valley did some maneuvering. And? Transit didn't fully transitioned to wing bond fly because the valley area isn't that large. But it did become debt fatty fast as it maneuvered across in front of us and and landed and. that it was a remarkably quiet experience when the vehicle was down to the other end of the valley not too far away I mean just a few hundred yards You could hardly hear it above the background noise of of the of the INNOVA around the valley. So I think it would be effectively quite silent in an urban environment. They do say also that in forward in wing borne flight, it will also be effectively silent because The big thing about this design is it is it is a sensor they describe as a powered glider. It's like a like a motor glider really that can take off and land vertically. So it's just a very different way of looking at it. I think. It certainly looks very different. You know you think of a helicopter this has has more the wingspan of small aircraft. Yes exactly. Yeah. Incentive size. It's just a little bit short a wingspan than a embraer phenom one, hundred they they small business jared. An linked it's only just over twenty twenty, one feet body length of fears large with a little bit of overhang with the the the props at the back. But essentially, it's a very small package a footprint that's really designed to essentially go where helicopter like an forty four would fed. So that's the principle is that you're packaging this around six electric power unit. So EPA US, they call them and in a sort of a an oval shape which gives you a nice sort of equal area of left on each side and. Essentially redundancy it case one of those systems fails you've always got five others. One would power down the other forward power up to keep your balanced It's just a the so many layers of redundancy that are built into this design that you know sort of goes to the fact that. Job has really put safety as the absolutely leading design principle for this having actually figured out how to make it a vehicle fly one, hundred, fifty nautical miles. At about one, hundred, seventy five points and do it in such a way that you can recharge between between missions even at that length in a short time. So it's a the so many areas to look at.

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"joby aviation" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"joby aviation" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Will YMCA by the village people right and just replace the white with the U. S. okay happy to help okay all right thank you Rachel but the or girl she walked into this not knowing yeah but it does does it work it works that's my jam you don't even need to you don't even need the the new nafta thing anymore you know court Weber Supreme Court Webber's new nafta right Toyotas partnering up with a flying taxi start up it out yesterday Joby aviation will join Toyota to design and build a fleet of vertical takeoff and landing aircraft for use in our ride hailing service yeah there's a lot of this going on there's Toyota and there's bird there's Airbus they're doing that other experimenting with it over in battle so the idea would be that we could be downtown we we get out of but we get out of a blazer game and we could walk over the flying taxi into takes off right there from the rose quarter and flies me to the airport where I catch my jet to wherever I want to go right is that is that the idea meeting catch the jet in the air just jump from one to the other hi this is just reach up I'm really sorry I'm having trouble with this because you know if if I have a new burned over breaks down well for whatever reason the car just kinda coasts along and pulls to the side right flying taxi if you where do you live for a jacket get real right on I eighty four everybody going seventy five miles an hour.

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"joby aviation" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"joby aviation" Discussed on KOMO

"Rainy snowy mix tomorrow windy and rainy Saturday and Sunday and currently downtown Seattle it's thirty eight partly sunny at eleven seventeen the Connecticut man charged with murdering his estranged wife accused of violence against her in the pastors ABC's qualifiers unsealed search warrant Jennifer do those confided in lord almighty the family babysitter about how her husband photos to Los had tried to run her over with a vehicle in August of twenty seventeen Jennifer was very afraid of her husband and he threatened to take the children permanently to Greece allegations that Jules is attorney denies do Los his girlfriend Michelle trickled if and his former civil attorney can't know Winnie were all arrested last week in connection to Jennifer's death newly released voicemails raising questions about the relationship between two Los animal Winnie his former attorney I just wanted to reach out WTIC TV obtain several voicemails the station reported to Los left from a when his estranged wife doing well our morning sh morning and I'm just trying to touch base with you to see what the plan is so I can plan my afternoon evening okay call me back so much in the middle of a bitter divorce of his own arrested last year on charges of domestic violence police say his estranged wife feared for her life he was charged with violating a protective order ten not contact her after asking do Los to do so on his behalf the Stamford advocate reporting that in an arrest warrant last June but when his wife claim to Los was working with her estranged husband to get rid of her that is a ridiculous allegation that is a made for television sort of be great scene that has no place in this case WTIC also released a new video of a man wearing a hooded sweatshirt captured outside no Winnie's wife's home last April karrine what she says is a gas can and crowbar police interviewed a suspect to the station says told them he was asked by the Winnie to repair the garage door when his attorney says he can't comment on the ongoing investigation no photos dealers who was charged with murder and kidnapping posted six million dollars bail he's out as is his girlfriend Michelle two opponents also posting bail but the judge issued a protective order that means he's not allowed to communicate in any capacity with five children that's a B. C.'s Paul affairs scholars time eleven twenty and culture it's business update time Toyota partnering with a flying taxi start up they say it will work with Joby aviation to design and build a fleet of vertical takeoff and landing.

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"joby aviation" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"joby aviation" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Thanks Taylor forecast for yet another quite very comfortable start toward a this afternoon plenty of sun no mention of rain highs in the low eighties cover business news and Bloomberg Jeff project or just give me the number of homeowners in danger of losing their homes fell in twenty nineteen to the lowest level in fifteen years Adam data solutions says there were fewer than half a million for closure filings of all types last year that includes default notices scheduled auctions and bank repossessions and that was down twenty one percent from twenty eighteen and down eighty three percent from the peak in twenty ten Nestle will make a big investment to address the lack of food grade recycled plastic the food giant is willing to sink more than two billion dollars into the initiative paying a premium for such plastic it's not easy to make non toxic packaging for food and recyclers tend to neglect that part of the market Toyota is investing three hundred ninety four million dollars in a start up company working on flying taxi technology Joby aviation is among a handful of companies that envision electric air taxis flying passengers over cities where streets are gridlock'd Jimmy back to you all right thanks Jeff appreciate your time today as always nine fifty two well I live today they will the walk over again the managers the house managers the Democrats walked over and that stupid little formation they are gone over to the Senate and to be able then to read the articles of impeachment and my favorite voice and all of Congress is Adam ships or look for to hear him and then at two o'clock at least two o'clock there John John Roberts the justice of the United States will be sworn in in the hills were in all the senators in elsewhere on all the pages knowing by the way if they want to send a note up to the Chief Justice they that we got to get a page hopefully nobody is tapping her foot but anyway they do that and they give it to the to the page page runs up to the chief of the slate died states this is you can't make this stuff up get a December text lips right they came out of his cell phone to not have their cell phone while they're in there and they cannot speak to each other loosen the guys get a seat may I guess that's why it works and you can't bring in any magazines or newspapers or anything the only you know paperwork you can have a stuff pertaining to the actual impeachment trial can you going to the restroom a can you tap your foot in there well we know they they've done that yes I know I don't I don't think there was in the the capitol building itself I was I had were was in the middle somewhere yeah but anyway can they can they broke raise their hand in the getting your permission to go the rest or what is this work think they're not only allowed to just get up and go there's a lot of old man in there maybe you know what I mean they'll be there six days a week they got to be there for this Bernie Sanders got to be there aggressive bladder syndrome but it happens to the best of it you know I mean here's the thing that now Elizabeth Warren to look and sound bite with Elizabeth Warren and Bernie does not do this now the so you've got you've got Elizabeth and Bernie and senator clover jar wife to come off the trail in Iowa and they've got to be in Washington DC six days a week through Saturday the probably fly out to I was Saturday night right be there Sunday shake I have lost the fly back Sunday night this is a Bernie seventy seven and she's no your ticket either she's seventies early seventies seventy so this is a and how short disclosure she's very she's not very tall she could look Jerry Nadler in the hospital vertically anyway this is going to be a believable period of time end and the Democrats push this into into Iowa and push it into New Hampshire and if this thing keeps going it may last awhile and this will really throw the democratic field into array one of the senators said there's no way it's gonna be over before the state of the union that's what February fourth and then Joe Biden gets called up his son gets called up the dems want to call witnesses massive public okay well called.

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"joby aviation" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"joby aviation" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Friday Thursday morning about five thirty seven right now news it's for the rock and roll hall of fame a minimum actually rock is a secondary question I gotta say who is N. Whitney Houston Nine Inch Nails notorious B. I. G. Depeche Mode Doobie brothers and T. rex spread the Doobie brothers one in there already who didn't make it that's when he gets well Pat Benatar Dave Matthews Band maybe just too early for them a Judas Priest craft work wow craft work was even liver unfamiliar it was like a a tech tech banned from Germany that was the most repetitious thing you could possibly ever listen to like in the seventies fun fun fun on the autobahn over and I had no idea how they even work considered motor had got a no Rufus was Shaka Kahn and no for now Todd Rundgren and no sound garden no thin Lizzy no and again somebody I mean I can see why a lot of these are knows but congrats to those who are on their way to the hall of fame Pat Benatar given the year it's a five thirty eight will get travel weather sports and all that first markets from yesterday time for the soul searching views of rocky point you know I think I'd be tough to be approx colleges did he really go there I mean I get it you're doing important things so what if you can't be that great I'm sure it isn't a bad the in the day you need a laugh that's what any fingers and I provide each and every afternoon that is so true no insurance rubber glove need any in rocky this afternoon at three on seven hundred W. L. W. please make this house made here's the latest financial news all this the Bloomberg market mid seven hundred W. L. W. looks like a higher Wall Street opened today with stocks at or near record highs after the signing of the phase one US China trade deal the Dow yesterday jumped ninety one points good news from the housing market is the U. S. log fewer for closures in twenty nineteen hitting a fifteen year loan the real estate number crunching firm Adam data solutions says there were just over four hundred ninety three thousand foreclosure filings last year that's down twenty one percent from the year before and eighty three percent from a peak of almost three million foreclosures back in twenty ten imagine jumping into a taxi lifting off and flying over gridlock traffic below several companies are working on flying taxis including Joby aviation and now it's getting a big backer as Toyota invest three hundred ninety four million dollars in that firm and colors bid to stem a year long profit slide is not getting much help from an aluminum market that's showing little promise of recovery the manufacture has just reported a wider than expected adjusted loss for the fourth quarter Gina Cervidae Bloomberg radio hi jacking room stands by about five forty in the morning yes I do happy anniversary yes yes I am prohibition one hundred years ago today all thank god it was a January sixteenth nineteen twenty of this was a they didn't mess around here is a signed into law on the sixteenth went into effect on the seventeenth and then they went out and celebrated yeah not having to sixteen that was signed and I guess they had the sales every place that you know must be sold out by midnight the of I would imagine the sixteenth people probably drank more than any other day in his if you think about it yeah yeah they had signs and owing to prohibition our entire stock must be sold before midnight those signs went up on the sixteenth they said people packed baby carriages any kind of card van whatever they could find yes to bring stuff home and then the bars of course you had to consumer there before they closed again at midnight so that was one hundred years ago today lasted for thirteen years maybe we should try to recreate that what a good idea thank you I mean that's I was just the a harebrained idea less than thirteen years wow and you know the biggest downside to that is it just made a lot of Americans who were strictly lawn order before begin to you know kind of question the authority of the government like unlike they had in the past that was the biggest downside provisions all right what the world's going on out there it is quiet yeah yeah I like this from the you see how traffic center offering the only level for maternal care facility in Cincinnati UC Medical Center provides the highest level of care for pregnant and postpartum patients no accidents to worry about so far this morning and right now no delays in the downtown all expressways looking good talking from newsradio seven hundred W. O. W. this report is sponsored by CMP pipelining and sewer repair your business and your.

"joby aviation" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"joby aviation" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hong Kong and here in Singapore on Juliet's Ali and I break Curtis trading is underway in most of the key markets around the region and we have some very modest gains here the embassy I Asia Pacific index of about two tenths of one percent we'll get to the markets in a moment but for now the top stories and of course president trump and Chinese vice premier Liu her have signed what they called in the first phase of the broader trade pact the agreement is expected to sharply increase sales of US goods and services to China and help companies operating in China by better protecting the intellectual property during a signing ceremony at the White House president trump called the deal a momentous step he said talks with a second part of the deal will begin shortly treasury secretary Stephen the notion says wall way is not included in the phase one trade deal and will be handled separately as a national security issue the Chinese company is still facing the cold shoulder in the United States with White House economic aid Larry Kudlow saying it cannot be part of a five G. roll out there always director of congressional affairs is Donald Morrissey he told Bloomberg there's no need for security concerns the goal for walleye and the goal for the U. S. government's of the same we want robots we provide robust and secure networks we share the same goal so I think the dialogue needs to center on that and how to get there most effectively to the benefit of global consumers but specifically consumers in United States the U. K. will decide later this month if Wall way can play a role in their five G. networks and Reuters reported earlier today that angle Markel isn't having a meeting on Thursday to decide once and for all whether quality can be in their core network well shares of target tumbling U. S. trade by as much as six point eight percent the reseller slashing its quarterly sales outlook following a holiday season that mistakes but tensions not boil covers big box retailers for Bloomberg news areas that you know that had they thought would be strong like toys electronics down six percent even apparel which they try to sort of spin and say Hey apparel is a five percent but if you do the research apparel was up ten percent in the third quarter so even that slow down but by half so on all fronts he was just not a good quarter for target the holiday ms raises doubts about two bell weather is with Walmart and Best Buy reporting holiday results next month I was going to sing come fly with me in my Frank Sinatra voice but to no I'll just do the story Toyota is investing some four hundred million dollars in a flying taxi start up its California based Joby aviation and subtracted previous funding from a range of names including Baillie Gifford and Intel capital and is now the best funded of a fast growing network of flying taxi ventures jovis design can fly for one hundred fifty miles on a single charge at speeds of up to two hundred miles per hour and carries for passengers and the pilot will Chinese electric comic and they are searching New York off to confirming it's in talks with the rival amid reports of potential investment neo says it's discussed financial and strategic opportunities with gong show also although it insists there's no definitive agreement yes an earlier report said Gee I see is preparing to pump of billion dollars into neo and that since she has a loft before they will hold it Malaysia airlines has suspended deliveries of Boeing seven thirty seven Max it becomes the first southeast Asian carrier to reject the jet since the global grounding back in March the airline says it made the decision because he's on clear when the Max will return to service Malaysia airlines has twenty five of the jets on order and has yet to receive any and by the way Indonesian airlines Garuda and lying there have also said that they may cancel orders Julia what we are seeing a little bit about side coming through an Asian equity markets today after they started the trading session pretty flash the decay is up by a tenth of one percent in Tokyo Hong Kong's hang sang index is from about half of one percent to twenty eight thousand nine hundred and thirty points at a steady as market continuing to get these records up six tenths of one percent at seven thousand and thirty seven we also of course had China December home prices increasing faster than November up by point three five percent month on month a lot of movement the coming through in the commode currency market excuse me today the yen being sold against a lot of its major P. is including the Ozzy and the key way the softer U. S. vice president Mike pence the discussions about the face to trade deal with China have already begun and the one in Korean bond yields a dipping as trite as P. that their attention to the bank of Korea's policy decision tomorrow the bank of Korea expected to hold benchmark rates at one point two five percent on Friday according to a Bloomberg survey we've also heard from a government official in the Philippines saying that the fallout from that time although Queneau is unlikely the impact you pay them you're saying the Philippine peso H. high on that news when it comes to other commodity market Brent crude sixty four dollars forty three dollars a barrel WTI crude for Emma at fifty eight dollars nineteen and to the gold price today has been holding fairly steady Brian it's at fifteen hundred and fifty six dollars an ounce all right thirty five minutes past the hour let's get a news update the impeachment trial is to start next Tuesday so without and other global news here's mark mills in the Bloomberg news from mark thanks Brian in a rarely used formality a group of house Democrats carried articles of impeachment against president trump to the Senate late Wednesday earlier the house had approved releasing the articles charging president trump with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress seven house impeachment managers were named to present the case to the Senate Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spelled out the formal process ahead we will formally notify the White House of are pending trial and some of the president to answer their articles and shun.

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