Who is ZGA?
ZeroG-Autobahn is a Masters Degree project with
the first versions presented to the public in 2000 by Christian
Throughout the research phase the basic question arose at what level
I was going to approach the hole project. I had to decide between proposing
a serious concept or building an
platform with several
solutions based on various mobility concepts.
As NASA promised in 1999, "in the not-too-distant future, there may be a virtual 'highway in the sky', as the average person could take to the sky in small, safe and affordable, easy-to-fly personal aircrafts, traveling four times the speed of today's cars."
As the project attracted increasing attention, and several institutions (e.g. US Air Force) showed interest in the idea, I decided to develop a feasible and manageable air traffic solution, that makes flying easy for everyone.
Designing a 3D-Motion Graphical User Interface
Unlike NASA's SATS program
(Small Aircraft Transportation System), which aims to connect cities
with small easy-to-fly aircrafts, I concentrated on creating systems
for urban environments.
Based on the ZGA system, I designed a 3D-Motion Graphical User Interface that communicates the entire system.
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