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Griffin Sandidge follows science and tech reporter Jessica Myers as she interviews associate professor Dan Bliss from the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering about the future of transportation.

Bliss is currently working with the European aeronautical company, Airbus, to design and create an state-of-the-art GPS to keep these potential vehicles safe and stable.

The project is focused on creating a quick and reliable method of air transportation for cities and their civilians. These "air cars" would resemble drones, but be large enough to carry multiple people.

This system would require advanced engineering to maintain altitude and have accurate positioning within a city. 

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