Doroni team members greet Medley, FL Mayor Roberto Martell (second from right) and
Police Chief Jeanette Said Jinete (second from left) at the Doroni R&D Center.
“I would personally like to sincerely thank Mayor Martell and Chief of Police Jinete for taking the time out of their busy schedules to visit our facilities, and we look forward to a long and lasting relationship together. as we pursue our vision of democratizing flight with the Doroni H1 eVTOL.”
MIAMI, June 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Doroni Aerospace, Inc. recently had the pleasure of meeting with Medley, Florida Mayor Roberto Martell and Police Chief Jeanette Said Jinete at the company’s research and development center, where they are developing a personal electric take-off and landing aircraft verticals (or eVTOL) known as Doroni H1.
Medley is located in western Miami-Dade County, Florida and is known for its commitment to industrial development. Florida is widely considered the preeminent aviation and aerospace hub of the United States, and Miami in particular has recently made headlines for taking steps to bring advanced air mobility to the city. These include agreements with smart mobility service provider Supernal and a consortium of leading organizations formed by Eve Air Mobility to develop a concept of operations with a use case for travel routes. air taxi between Miami International Airport and the Miami Beach Convention Center.
Since 2016, Doroni has been driven by the goal of bringing safe, consumer-focused air travel to the emerging electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft industry. Doroni is currently developing its go-to-market vehicle, the Doroni H1 eVTOL, which utilizes an intuitive, easy-to-use control system that simplifies the complexities inherent in airplane and helicopter flight. The H1’s rapid deployment and propulsion will make it an extremely agile vehicle with a variety of use cases, especially in law enforcement, emergency services and military support.
With an expected launch date in the second half of 2024, Doroni will seek Light-Sport Aircraft (LSA) certification from the FAA, which is markedly different from its air taxi competitors. At launch, the H1 will be able to park and charge in a standard 2-car garage, and owners will only need a valid driver’s license and 20 hours of training from the company.
During their visit, Mayor Martell and Chief Jinete were able to get a first-hand view of current H1 eVTOL progress, as well as discuss the role urban air mobility can play in law enforcement in the greater metropolitan area. from Miami.
Doroni CEO/Co-Founder Doron Merdinger would like to thank Mayor Martell and Chief Jinete for their time and looks forward to seeing how Doroni and the Town of Medley can work together to serve and protect the community.
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