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Dubai Police Unveil Flying Motorbike-Drone Hybrid


The Dubai police force teamed up with tech company HoverSurf to produce a new police drone-motorcycle hybrid designed for rapid deployment in emergency situations. Four propellers and can lift a driver up to 16 feet off the ground and travel nearly 4 miles for up to 25 minutes. The hoverbike has a max weight of 660 pounds and can rocket through the sky at 43 mph. The flying motorcycle can take pictures with eight cameras and transmit them directly to a police station.

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