DesignworksUSA E-Patrol : Futuristic Human-Drone Pursuit Vehicle Concept

It is nice to see big auto manufacturers vision of future highway patrol, this time the concept comes from BMW Group DesignworksUSA, E-Patrol. It’s a human-drone pursuit vehicle for Los Angeles in 2025. Based on their research, they predicted that the street of LA would become more crowded with faster and eco-friendly vehicles, thus making a team of patrol officer is highly required to keep the safety of the highway. The design focuses on modular structure and drone technology to improve both teamwork and accessibility. The main structure of E-Patrol can deploy 3 drones, so in the case of a pursuit in heavy traffic areas, patrol officers sitting in 2-passenger main structure can deploy a flying drone or a single wheel drone to chase the suspect while reporting real-time data to the main structure.

Designers : Jose Casas and Won Awe

DesignworksUSA E-Patrol : Futuristic Human-Drone Pursuit Vehicle Concept

DesignworksUSA E-Patrol : Futuristic Human-Drone Pursuit Vehicle Concept

DesignworksUSA E-Patrol : Futuristic Human-Drone Pursuit Vehicle Concept

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DesignworksUSA E-Patrol : Futuristic Human-Drone Pursuit Vehicle Concept

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DesignworksUSA E-Patrol : Futuristic Human-Drone Pursuit Vehicle Concept

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DesignworksUSA E-Patrol : Futuristic Human-Drone Pursuit Vehicle Concept

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DesignworksUSA E-Patrol : Futuristic Human-Drone Pursuit Vehicle Concept

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DesignworksUSA E-Patrol : Futuristic Human-Drone Pursuit Vehicle Concept

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stephen russell says: December 15, 2012

Love to see in some sci fic movie & on SyFy Channel, Speed TV, ID Discovery, & in model format.
Pre Blade Runner?? from 1982 movie.







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