You are invited to attend the lunch lecture from PAL-V on Monday the 22nd of May at 12:45 in lecture hall B, presented by David van Proosdij.
During this lunch lecture, David will be presenting PAL-V (personal air and land vehicle), the world’s first flying car developed here in the Netherlands and the challenges involved in designing such an hybrid vehicle. He will also be showcasing PAL-V’s current progress and future goals. After the lecture, David will hang around and be available for any additional questions you may have.
Register below (before Friday 19th 12:00) for Free Lunch! (Open to all)
We hope to see you at the lunch lecture!
Pal-V is a Dutch company that has developed the world’s first flying car, which can be driven on the road and flown in the air. The company was founded in 2001 with the goal of creating a solution to the problem of urban mobility. Its flying car is a hybrid between a car and a gyroplane, allowing for both ground and air transportation. The Pal-V flying car is designed for personal use, with a two-seat cockpit and a range of up to 500 kilometers on a single tank of fuel. The company has completed Certification Basis With EASA in 2021 and has been working on compliance demonstration since.
About David van Proosdij
David van Proosdij has been a Design Engineer at PAL-V since 2014. In that time, he has seen the company grow from 20 colleagues to more than 200. He also had the enjoyment of working on and designing a wide variety of systems, from steering shafts, dashboard, rotor flight control, propeller, etc
As part of educational outreach, he travels throughout the country helping find new talent for PAL-V, presenting PAL-V as a company, and the challenges of designing a flying car.
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