History of teTra aviation

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A new video from Japan’s teTra aviation showcases the two-year development process of its personal eVTOL, which was recognized with the $100,000 Pratt & Whitney Disruptor Award at the GoFly Prize event earlier this year. In a Japanese-language press release, the company also announced it will conduct joint research with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) to develop quieter ducted fans for more socially acceptable eVTOL aircraft. Additionally, teTra said it is now hiring, with positions open for power electronics, aerodynamics, and structural design engineers as it seeks to develop "the number one eVTOL in the world."

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