Proceedings of The 6th International Conference on Innovation in Science and Technology
Acceptance, Preferences, and Willingness to Pay Analysis for Flying Cars and Passenger Drones
Daniel Duwe and Axel Sprenger
The advent of flying cars and passenger drones for urban air mobility is one of the most promising hypes in the contemporary mobility system. It is mainly caused by the proceeding urbanization and the ever-growing demand for mobility on the one hand and technological spillover effects from the automotive industry on the other hand. However, so far it is unclear whether this innovative means of transportation will be accepted and adopted by a significant proportion of the population. This paper is not a social science paper, but will give an estimate of a broader customer acceptance, preferences and willingness-to-pay for 3d mobility and delivers a list of relevant aspects for marketing flying cars and passenger drones as a product or a service.
Keywords:urban air mobility, flying car, passenger drone, customer acceptance, willingness to pay.