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Micor Technologies Advanced Individual Propellerpack VTOL Aircraft

Advanced Individual Propellerpack VTOL Aircraft (AIPVA) concept design


Advanced Individual Propellerpack VTOL Aircraft (AIPVA)
Micor Technologies LLC
Norton Shores, Michigan, USA

Founded in 2014, Micor Technology LLC is based in West Michigan (USA) and is a groundbreaking engineering and product development company who employs skilled engineers and scientists creating disrupting technologies related to power and mobility for both military and commercial use. The company charter is to use innovative engineering for emerging markets to extend the range of electric vehicles and aircraft.

The company's plan is to develop new technologies such as high-power density and multi-fuel engines hybrid-electric power sources, which are safe and cost-effective for both power and mobility uses such as ground, marine, air vehicles and co-generation systems (on-site power generation) for buildings and manufacturing plants.

The Advanced Individual Propellerpack VTOL Aircraft (AIPVA) is a vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) concept design holding one passenger and has been made for recreational use, search and rescue, Urban Air Mobility and more. The aircraft easily fits in a parking space, garage or in the back of a pick-up truck.

The aircraft has a grand total of six propellers on the aircraft, with three electric propellers located on each side of the pilot. An important safety feature of this aircraft is its Distributed Electric Propulsion (DEP). Therefore, if one or two propellers or their electric motors fail during mid-flight, the pilot can land the aircraft safely using the rest of the working propellers.

Directional control is provided to the pilot using two joysticks and the pilot is strapped into the aircraft with a shoulder harness. It is unknown what type of instruments are used in the aircraft based on the aircraft's drawing.

The aircraft has several wings. There is a small stub wing above the pilot, there are two rear horizontal stabilizers directly behind the pilot and there is also a lower rear horizontal stabilizer for this aircraft.

The aircraft can be powered by batteries making the AIBVA an electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft or it can be fitted with a hybrid-electric powertrain. The aircraft has fixed wheeled quadricycle landing gear making easy for one person to move the aircraft when on the ground.

The company also foresees this aircraft to be used for Urban Air Mobility (UAM), aerial inspections, search and rescue, first responder service, rural UAM, military transportation, border security, aerial fire fighting and for sightseeing tours. The company has submitted many patents for their designs.


  • Aircraft type: eVTOL or hybrid-electric VTOL aircraft
  • Piloting: 1 pilot seated with a shoulder harness
  • Cruise speed: Unknown
  • Range: Unknown
  • Propellers: 6 propellers
  • Electric Motors: 6 electric motors
  • Power source: Batteries (or hybrid-electric)
  • Fuselage: Carbon fiber
  • Wing: 1 small stub wing above the pilot
  • Tail: 3 rear horizontal stabilizers
  • Landing gear: Fixed wheeled quadricycle landing gear
  • Safety Features: Distributed Electric Propulsion (DEP), provides safety through redundancy for its passengers and/or cargo. DEP means having multiple propellers and motors on the aircraft so if one or more motors or propellers fail, the other working motors and propellers can safely land the aircraft.