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Drone zones

Drones and driverless cars are set to transform the potential of our cities and the way we get around. Founder of aerospace company Matternet, Andreas Raptopoulos, weighs in on the possibilities of a borderless future.

Aaron Foley

From drone deliveries to flying taxis, what new transport methods will bring the world closer together in terms of travel and trade, and how will this change our built environment?

In this episode, we speak to Andreas Raptopoulos, Founder and CEO of aerospace company Matternet, for a sneak peek into the future of transport, and how these new innovations will make us more global as citizens.

The Where the World’s Moving podcast is a BBC Storyworks Commercial Production, presented by OFX.  It explores our ever-changing world, and how technological and social shifts are enabling collaboration, contribution, and human progress.

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