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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 vehicle operations, both in the air and on the ground, and to provide seamless, convenient connections between the two. This electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (eVTOL) aircraft will use battery flow cell technology to produce electricity, which uses a clean electrolyte chemical reaction, if and when the science is validated.

Such a system is aimed at reducing transportation related fatalities/injuries, speed commute/travel time, increase productivity, reduce pollution, reduce road congestion, and reduce the need to continually widen highways and build expensive ground-based infrastructure like tunnels and bridges at taxpayer expense.

A developed and operational ATS will require multiple, standardized load/unload facilities that will accommodate various autonomous vehicles, regardless of manufacturer. The proposed standard-sized AV parking/loading/unloading garage space would measure 10 m wide x 10 m deep x 7 m high (32.8 ft X 32.8 ft X 22.9 ft). The pod will be designed so it will be compliant with the U.S. ADA (American's With Disabilities Act) requirements allowing almost anyone to use the vehicle.

OVER’s fully-autonomous, electric-powered concept Aerial Vehicles (AVs) and Ground Vehicles (GVs) will be designed with multiple redundant systems to provide safe, secure, reliable and swift operations, as well as multiple customer-focused features including level entry/exit, an easy-to-use ATS application (ATS APP), iris scan for identification, payment and passenger manifests; and RFID for cargo identification and manifests.

The concept Aerial Vehicles will be designed to use redundant battery flow cell systems for power, contra-rotating propeller systems, and tilt-rotor capabilities to enable a level cabin at cruise speed. Although some technologies are not yet fully developed to enable the full concept of operation, the company wants to see the U.S. Government to be part of the development of a standardized, networked ATS as soon as possible. Then when all goes well, the company wants to see other countries implement the eVTOL same system.

Concept Aerial Vehicle (AV) Characteristics:

  • Type: eVTOL Wingless/Multicopter, Fully Autonomous (no onboard or remote pilot)
  • Empty Weight (including battery flow cell technology): 500 kg (1,100 lbs)
  • Maximum Payload: 500 kg (1,100 lbs)
  • Power Source: 2  battery flow cell systems 
  • Fuel: battery flow cell technology electrolytes (non-flammable, non-explosive, non-hazardous)
  • Minimum Speed: 60-70 kmh (~45 mph)
  • Minimum Flight Time: 3 hours
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): ~5 m x 5 m x 2.5 m (~17.5 ft x 17.5 ft x 8.25 ft)
  • Passenger Seating: Small AP-3 Model: 1 walk-in + 1 wheelchair (or 3 walk-in). Large AP-5 Model: 4 walk-in + 1 wheelchair (or 5 walk-in)
  • Cargo Space: Small AC-2.7 Model: 2.7 m3 (~97 ft3), Large AC-4.4 Model: 4.4 m3 (~155 ft3)
  • Doors: 2 bus-type sliding (provides one 4 ft x 5 ft door opening, on one side)
  • Electric Motors: 8
  • Propellers: 8

Concept Ground Vehicle (GV) Characteristics:

  • Type: Shuttle Bus, Fully Autonomous (no onboard or remote driver)
  • Empty Weight (including battery flow cells): 500 kg (1,100 lbs)
  • Maximum Payload: 1,000 kg (2,200 lbs)
  • Power Source: 1  battery flow cell system 
  • Fuel: battery flow cell electrolytes
  • Minimum Speed: 60-70 km/h (~45 mph)
  • Minimum Flight Time: 3 hours
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): ~4.3 m x 2 m x 2.1 m (~14 ft x 6.5 ft x 7 ft)
  • Passenger Seating: 6 walk-in + 1 wheelchair
  • Cargo Space: 6.7 m3 (~240 ft3)
  • Doors: 4 bus-type sliding (provides two 4 ft x 5 ft door openings, one on each side)
  • Electric Motors: 4
  • Wheels: 4 (220-degree rotating capability enables sideways drive, to left or right)