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07/02/2017 Uber hires 'flying car engineer' from Nasa


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Uber hired longtime NASA engineer Mark Moore to work on the rideshare company's flying-car project. Moore has become director of engineering for aviation and is helping to develop the Uber Elevate initiative, which envisions using "air taxis" to ferry people between "vertiports" located within 50 miles to 100 miles of each other.
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