Initial Design

  • Transvolution eVTOL concept in flight mode.

    Imaginactive Transvolution

    Transvolution Imaginactive Montréal, Québec, Canadawww.imaginactive.org

    The Transvolution is a radical concept which combines both air and road travel allowing passengers to reach their city centre destinations much more quickly and efficiently. The Transvolution concept was imagined in March 2019....

  • OVER eVTOL mode and ground vehicle USA.

    OVER

    OVEROVER, LLC.Durant, Oklahoma, USAwww.over-llc.com

    OVER LLC’s primary objective is to promote the development and implementation of a new national standardized networked Autonomous Transportation System (ATS). This ATS concept would be designed to ensure safe, secure, reliable and swift autonomous...

  • F-Helix electric helicopter concept parked at building Italy.

    Vinati F-Helix

    F-HelixVinati S.r.l.Nave, Italywww.f-helix.com

    F-Helix the creation of Mr. Vinati to make an safe and reliable all electric helicopter. Mr. Vinati on the F-Helix website says that the F-Helix electric helicopter concept is the evolution of Silvercraft SH4 helicopter, an Italian helicopter, and had...

  • Electric Visionary Aircrafts Valkyr concept eVTOL aircraft, France, Nov 2018

    EVA Valkyr

    ValkyrElectric Visionary Aircrafts (EVA)Cugnaux, Toulouse, Francewww.eva.xyz

    Electric Visionary Aircrafts (EVA) was founded on May 9, 2017, with their office moving to the Francazal Airport on November 1, 2018 in Cugnaux, Toulouse, France. Their offices are located at the airport’s former control...

  • 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...

  • Voyzon Aerospace e-VOTO

    e-VOTO
    Voyzon Aerospace
    Bangalore, India
    www.evoto.in

    The Voyzon Aerospace E-VOTO is an all-electric vectored thrust Vertical Take-Off and Landing vehicle.

    The E-VOTO has eight tilting propellers using a distributed electric propulsion system. Its fixed overhead gull wings make it 8 m wide and 4 m long. Its gross weight without passengers is 500 kg. It includes a...

  • CollaborativeBee Mini-Bee

    Mini-Bee
    CollaborativeBee
    France
    www.collaborativebee.com

    The Mini-Bee is a collaborative project producing a piloted ten rotor Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) fixed-wing aircraft to be used primarily for medical evacuation.

    The Mini-Bee is 6 m long with six static inboard vertical propellers and four tilting rotors at the tips of forward and aft fixed wings. A...

  • 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...

  • Horus Hoverbike

    Hoverbike
    Horus Hoverbike
    Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada
    www.horushoverbike.com

    The Horus Hoverbike is a prototype gasoline powered two rotor flying motorcycle-like sports bike being developed for a single passenger.

    The vehicle employs a single two 4 stroke 112 kW Yamaha Apex 4-Stroke / 998cc engine powering forward and rear 1.6 m rotors set 2.7 m apart and capable of...

  • V200 front view

    Varon V200

    Varon V200
    Varon Vehicles Corporation
    Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
    www.varonvehicles.com

    The Varon V200 is a three prop electric vehicle that will use simplified pilot controls aided by flight software for low altitude two passenger and cargo flights.

    The V200T (two passengers) and V200C (employing a cargo module) variants will employ one forward and two tilt rear...