A British company, Gravity Industries, founded by inventor Richard Browning in 2017 and involved in the development of dzhetpakov, has signed an agreement with the best team drone racers XBlades Entertainment (which, incidentally, is also from the UK), the official page of Gravity Industries in the social network Facebook. The agreement is aimed at improvement of technologies dzhetpakov and the creation of a full racing League this year. According to the owners Gravity Industries, this area has great entertainment potential, not less than “Formula 1”, and is able to attract millions of dollars of investment.
It should be recalled that about two years ago by Richard Browning, CEO of Gravity Industries and part-time pilot-tester, got into the Guinness Book of records by flying in a flying suit of its own design in the air and speeding with up to 51 kilometers per hour. The flight took place thanks to the mounted in the suit pulsed a kerosene engine with six turbines with a total thrust of 130 pounds. Browning is even called the “Iron man”, comparing the flight ability of his džetpaka with the possibility of the suit of Tony stark.
According to the developers, the jetpack allows the pilot to climb to a height of 3658 meters.
At the moment Gravity Industries hones the skill of its pilots and is preparing for the Foundation of the real racing League, participation in which will be able to accept both men and women.
More recently, the company has published on its YouTube channel a video showing the process of preparation and training of pilots dzhetpakov.
The video spent Luke Bannister (Bannister Luke), better known under the pseudonym BanniUK. In 2016 at the age of 15 years he became the winner of the first ever world championship race the World drone Drone Prix, held in Dubai, taking a prize of 250 thousand dollars. The boy grew up and his interest, apparently, turned to a more “adult toys”.
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