Vectored Thrust

  • Hoversurf Formula eVTOL Airtaxi - May 2019.

    Hoversurf Formula (No wing)

    Formula (No wing)HoversurfMoscow, Russia / Burlingame, California, USAwww.hoversurf.com

    Hoversurf revealed on Facebook, May 8, 2019, a redesigned Formula eVTOL which holds one (1) passenger. While Hoversurf does not refer to their newly redesigned Formula as their Second Version or 2.0, we are making the distinction...

  • MyDraco

    MyDraco
    MyDraco, LLC
    Kyiv, Ukrane
    www.mydra.co

    MyDraco, LLC has designed the MyDraco, a vertical thrust electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) vehicle with a fixed wing for two passengers.

    The MyDraco has a fuselage with low fixed wing starting at the nose connects at its wingtips to a broad high wing/stabilizer above the rudder aft. This type of closed wing...

  • 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...

  • Bell Autonomous Pod Transport (APT)

    Autonomous Pod Transport (APT)
    Bell
    Fort Worth, Texas
    www.bellflight.com

    The Bell Autonomous Pod Transport (APT) is an electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) vectored thrust multicopter Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV).

    The APT uses gimbaled propellers at the each end of biplane-style wings. A cargo pod with bracket attachments sits between the wings. Under each rotor is a...

  • Beta Technologies Ava XC

    Ava XC
    Beta Technologies
    South Burlington, Vermont, USA
    www.beta.team

    Beta Technologies, founded by entrepreneur Kyle Clark, is developing an eVTOL aircraft; the technology demonstrator is dubbed the "Ava XC." The company is one of several electric VTOL companies receiving funding from Martine Rothblatt's United Therapeutics.

    Although eVTOL.news had reported on...

  • 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...

  • Kronstadt Air Taxi

    Air Taxi
    Kronstadt Technologies, JSC
    Saint Petersburg, Russia
    www.iala-aism.org/organisation/kronshtadt-technologies-jsc

    The Kronstadt Air Taxi or City Taxi is a Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL), vector thrust, fixed wing vehicle with tilt propellers to be used for short term urban mobility travel.

    The Air Taxi uses an all-composite air-frame with fixed wings...

  • 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...

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    Vision VTOL

    Vision VTOL
    The Waters Trust
    U.S.A.
    www.visionvtol.weebly.com

    The Waters Trust Vision VTOL is a tiltrotor electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (eVTOL) prototype quadcopter.

    Vision’s use a sailplane fuselage and cockpit design for aerodynamics. It has no control surfaces. It has eight electric motors, four to turn fore and aft sets of propellers and four to tilt...

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    Joby Lotus (defunct)

    Lotus
    Joby Aviation
    Santa Cruz, California, USA
    www.jobyaviation.com

    The Joby Aviation Lotus was designed in partnership with NASA to be demonstrate that a Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) aircraft would be able to achieve a 24-hour flight endurance. It was a scaled demonstrator and received the 2018 Vertical Flight Society's Paul E. Haueter Award.

    The Lotus was...