Electrically Powered Flying Vehicle
Our highways are obsolete. Every year, millions of dollars
are wasted on repairing a system that can no longer accommodate
the transportation needs of the 21st century. And to make
matters worse, our already overburdened highways are bombarded
yearly with thousands and thousands of new drivers. Not only
does this cause further highway destruction, but it worsens
pollution and slows traffic. Maybe worst of all, it increases
the likelihood of traffic fatalities. The Langenburg Research
Center in Eugene Oregon has an alternative: the electrically
powered flying vehicle.
The electrically powered flying vehicle
- Save taxpayers millions of dollars on highway repair costs
- Decrease the amount of toxic fumes released into the air
- Decrease travel and commute time
- Decrease the number of highway accidents
- Decrease fuel consumption
- Alleviate highway bottlenecks
The electrically powered flying vehicle is the invention
of Dr. Albrecht Hohenlohe-Langenburg, head of the Langenburg
Research Center. Dr. Albrecht Hohenlohe-Langenburg is one
of the leading electronic experts in the world. The flying
vehicle is being developed at both the Langenburg Research
Center and its sister organization. Langenburg Forschung Institute
(LFA), based in Berlin, Germany.
The flying vehicle is decades ahead of similar projects.
Unlike other electronic vehicles that require battery recharging
every five to ten hours, the flying vehicle utilizes self
charging power. In other-words, the power supply is self supplied.
The owner does not have to worry about a dead battery or battery
Unlike today's automobiles, the flying vehicle can be controlled
manually or through voice activation. With the voice activation
option, the driver simply informs the vehicle of travel speed
and destination. For example, the driver might say "
Travel speed: 55 miles per hour. Destination: 1234 Madison
Street." From that point on , the driver can simply relax.
With a highly advanced safety system, it is impossible for
crashes or collisions. Each flying vehicle has a sensor that
detects any object in its path. To prevent unwarranted usage,
the flying vehicle only recognizes the owners voice. However,
it can be programmed to recognize eight different voices.
Each voice can then be programmed into a specialized wrist
watch. This allows the flying vehicle to be controlled when
the driver is away. This feature is especially important for
recalling the vehicle from a parking lot. The flying vehicle
does not recognize voice recordings.
Health Monitor System
One of the most exciting features of the flying vehicle is
a highly specialized system that detects the drivers health
condition. Through an advanced electronic steering wheel and
seating system, the flying vehicle can detect changes in the
driver's overall health. When the driver places his/hers hand
on the steering wheel or settles into the seat, sensitive
detectors record and monitor heart rate, body temperature,
etc. If there is a change that warrants medical attention,
the vehicle automatically contacts the nearest hospital, assumes
control and safely grounds itself.
Like the control system, the security system is voice activated.
The driver simply commands the vehicle to lock or unlock.
The driver secures and unsecures the vehicle through the wrist
watch or by speaking directly to the vehicle. The flying vehicle
can also be manually secured and unsecured.
With the growing fuel and pollution we face, the flying vehicle
is the alternative transportation option for the 21st century.
Langenburg Research Center and the Langenburg Forschung Institute
more that welcome your inquiries about this exciting technology.
Interested investors can contact us either by phone or E-mail.