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    Alaka’i Technologies Skai

    SkaiAlaka'i TechnologiesHopkinton, Massachusetts, USAwww.skai.co

    Alaka’i Technologies is an emerging air mobility design and manufacturing company founded by Brian Morrison. The executive team has decades of aerospace development including NASA, Raytheon, Beech Aircraft, McDonnell Douglas, Hughes and more. The company is engineering proprietary, progressive...

  • Gestalt Aeronauticals VTOL

    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 propeller between the rudders. There is a fixed duct electric...

  • Supervolant Pegasus

    Heidelberg, Germany

    The Supervolant Pegasus is an eVTOL concept being studied in Heidelberg, Germany. The company is in "stealth" mode and is not releasing any information.


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  • Urban Aeronautics CityHawk

    Urban Aeronautics, Ltd.
    Yavne, Israel

    Urban Aeronautics Ltd. has developed advanced aerodynamic technologies that are the basis for an entirely new family of internal rotor (ducted fan) aircraft known as Fancraft™. UrbanAero capitalizes on its extensive portfolio of Intellectual Property via two subsidiary companies, Tactical Robotics Ltd. and Metro Skyways Ltd., each of which is developing unique...

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    Avianovations Hepard


    The Avianovations Hepard is a being designed as vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) low-maintenance, and low-cost urban multicopter transport using hydrogen fuel cells to charge batteries.

    The Hepard has a total of 22 electric motors and vertical propellers set two complex arrays on either side of the cockpit. Up to 5 consecutive failures allow the aircraft to continue the flight....