Flying cars is the next big thing the proof is an online course where you can learn the mechanics at USD 400. With ever increasing traffic, flying cars could be the next booming industry. Online education provider Udacit owned by Google X and Kitty Hawk founder Sebastian Thrun, has announced two new courses ‘nanodegrees’. While one course will teach students how to make the system for autonomous flying vehicles while another course will explain the basics of a driverless car. They will also be taught vehicle state planning and estimation along with motion planning. Registration of the course begins today and flying car tutorials will start next year.  The rules are not just about the construction of the cars but also about managing flying vehicles in the skies.Also Read - Viral Videos: Taliban Militants Ride in Bumper Cars With Guns, Have Fun at Kabul Amusement Park After Capturing Afghanistan | Watch

 
Most Americans favour flying cars: study

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Udacity says its curriculum is designed with aerospace and autonomous systems experts. Students signing up for the course needs to have some experience in programming and understanding of algebra. Daily Mail quoted Thrun at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco as saying, “The idea of a flying car is a metaphor for a new vision for the future of smart transportation.” He further said, “In launching a flying car nanodegree program, our goal is to teach a new generation of engineers the skills necessary to build this smart transportation future.” Also Read - Nissan Launches Magnite Subcompact SUV In India, Prices Start At Rs 4.99 Lakh

The course will give students understanding of the ‘bigger picture of autonomous flight’ the company said. In 2016, Udacity introduced its first self-driving car nanodegree course last year at USD 2,400 which trains people to become self-driving engineers.  More than 10,000 students from 50 countries signed up for the course and so far 60 graduates have secured jobs at companies like Lockheed, BMW and Bosch since finishing the course. Also Read - Rides in Times of Corona: Uber to Install Safety Screens in 20,000 Premier Sedans After Fitting Similar Cockpits in 8000 Cars For Safer Rides