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  • Piasecki Air Scout-graphic

    Piasecki Air Scout®

    Air Scout®Piasecki Aircraft CorporationEssington, Pennsylvania, USAwww.piasecki.com

    Piasecki Aircraft Corporation (PiAC) has made a next-generation Air Scout® which is a tandem ducted fan Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) Unmanned Air System...

  • Macchina Volantis Flying Car

    Flying Car
    Macchina Volantis
    Melbourne, Australia
    www.macchinavolantis.com

    The Macchina Volantis flying car will be a hybrid Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) vehicle with a folding wing that would navigate roads and the air.

    The flying car has a large upper wing and smaller lower wing unfold for flight and retract for ground driving. It will be constructed of a...

  • Sabrewing RHAEGAL UAS

    RHAEGAL
    Sabrewing Aircraft Company
    Camarillo, CA, USA
    www.sabrewingaircraft.com

    The Sabrewing RHAEGAL UAS is a fixed-wing, vector thrust gas-electric hybrid Vertical Take-Off and Landing Vehicle (VTOL).

    The RHAEGAL is similar to the Sabrewing DRACO-2 prototype with a fixed-wing and eight propellers in a co-axial formation in four rotating ducts forward of the wing and...

  • Ascendance Flight Technologies Atea

    Atea
    Ascendance Flight Technologies
    Paris, France
    www.ascendance-ft.com

    Ascendance Flight Technologies’ Atea is a gas hybrid Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) lift and cruise vehicle. The Atea will be piloted, carrying two to four people. Its speed will reach 93 mph (150 km/h) with a range of 124 miles (200 km).

    Ascendance plans to market the Atea as an air taxi,...

  • FanFlyer, Inc. FanFlyer

    FanFlyer
    FanFlyer, Inc.
    Flagstaff, AZ, USA
    www.fanflyer.aero

    FanFlyer Inc.’s vehicle of the same name is a gas-hybrid Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) hoverbike that is a contender in the GoFly competition.

    The vehicle’s gas powered motors drive four ducted fans around an open cockpit seat. The design is derived from ducted fan data accumulated in the 1950s...

  • Electric Jet Aircraft VertiCycle

    VertiCycle
    Electric Jet Aircraft
    Anderson, IN, USA
    www.electricjetaircraft.com

    Electric Jet Aircraft’s VertiCycle is a Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) hoverbike and a competitor in the GoFly competition.

    The VertiCycle appears to use the same lift motors as the company’s EJ-1 jet pack. The cycle has four duct fans providing a combined 784 lb (356 kg) of...

  • Gestalt Aeronauticals VTOL

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    Gestalt Aeronauticals, Ltd.
    New York, NY USA

    Gestalt Aeronauticals is developing a low-wing electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) that is hydrogen-powered, eschewing the limitations of batteries. The company is currently in a low profile mode.

    Their vehicle resembles a swept-wing fighter jet with twin rudders and a high stabilizer. It has a pusher...

  • PFV Personal Flying Vehicle #1

    Personal Flying Vehicle #1
    PFV Technologies Inc.
    Hurleyville, NY, USA
    www.pfvtech.com

    The Personal Flying Vehicle #1 is a hybrid electric lift + cruise Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) flying car.

    The PVF #1 has a lifting/gliding body configuration with a high stabilized in the rear. There is a quad of independently controlled hybrid electric forward and aft...

  • ElectraFly ElectraFlyer

    ElectraFlyer
    ElectraFly
    Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A.
    www.electrafly.com

    ElectraFly’s ElectraFlyer is a single person hybrid electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) multicopter that will be used as a hover or personal flying device.

    The ElecraFlyer has four horizontal electrically powered propellers above the passenger’s head. They do not have enough vertical...

  • Talaria Hermes I

    Hermes I
    AeroDelft
    Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
    www.talaria.aero

    The Hermes I is a one passenger co-axial Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) vehicle being developed by Delft University.

    The Hermes I will use co-axial vertical composite propellers for lift. While cruising and landing these rotors will be in a “controlled auto-gyro” mode (which can...