Once again, the EAA AirVenture annual July event at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, shone the spotlight on emerging technologies that will affect not just general aviation, but also the future development of urban transportation.  Drones, all the rage at the show in the last two years, took a back seat to the latest in manned electric aviation, where evolution is promising a battle between battery-powered vehicles and hybrids that depend on a piston or turbine engine to generate electricity in ...


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