eVTOL

  • Avioneo 2345 screen capture, from front flying

    Avioneo Robotics Avioneo 2345

    Avioneo 2345 Avioneo RoboticsOuges, Burgundy, France www.avioneo.com

    Yves Charles, founded Avioneo Robotics in 2018, and has had a very strong interest in aviation since he was young and dreamt about becoming a fighter pilot. He worked as reserve officer at the Dijon-Longvic Air Base for 20 years as Chief of Staff. Charles has been thinking of and designing...

  • Deep Blue Aviation Skycruiser cargo drone, no passengers.

    Deep Blue Aviation Sky Cruiser

    Sky CruiserDeep Blue AviationKufstein, Tyrol, Austriawww.deepblueaviation.com

    Marc Meder is the founder and CEO of Deep Blue Aviation of Austria. The company designs, manufactures, tests pioneering designs, drive systems for electric vertical take off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft. The company uses multiple specialists in conjunction with aerospace...

  • Deep Blue Aviation MX18 Silhouette X nine seater, graphic, flying.

    Deep Blue Aviation MX 18 Silhouette X

    MX 18 Silhouette XDeep Blue AviationKufstein, Tyrol, Austriawww.deepblueaviation.com

    Marc Meder is the founder and CEO of Deep Blue Aviation of Austria. The company designs, manufactures, tests pioneering designs, drive systems for electric vertical take off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft. The company uses multiple specialists in conjunction with aerospace...

  • Deep Blue Aviation MX18 Silhouette M 2 seater, graphic, top view.

    Deep Blue Aviation MX 18 Silhouette M

    MX 18 Silhouette MDeep Blue AviationKufstein, Tyrol, Austriawww.deepblueaviation.com

    Marc Meder is the founder and CEO of Deep Blue Aviation of Austria. The company designs, manufactures, tests pioneering designs, drive systems for electric vertical take off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft. The company uses multiple specialists in conjunction with aerospace...

  • Deep Blue Aviation MX 18 Silhouette 5 graphic rear view flying.

    Deep Blue Aviation MX 18 Silhouette 5

    MX 18 Silhouette 5Deep Blue AviationKufstein, Tyrol, Austriawww.deepblueaviation.com

    Marc Meder is the founder and CEO of Deep Blue Aviation of Austria. The company designs, manufactures, tests pioneering designs, drive systems for electric vertical take off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft. The company uses multiple specialists in conjunction with aerospace...

  • Kiwigogo T-One one passenger multicopter, China.

    Kiwigogo T-One

    Kiwigogo T-OneKiwigogoQingdao City, Shandong Province, Chinawww.kiwigogo.com

    Entrepreneur Wang Tan, from China, has designed and created an award winning electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) single passenger multicopter for personal and commercial use. The aircraft has a maximum speed of 72 km/h (45 mph) and a range of 30 km (18.5 miles) or 30...

  • Baaz drawing. Aircraft sitting on a city landing pad.

    Baaz

    BaazErlangen, Germanywww.baaz-flight.com

    Dr. Hossein MalekZadeh founded the Baaz Flight in Germany, to create an Urban Air Mobility (UAM) electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft to help people travel quickly and safely in urban areas.

    The Baaz eVTOL urban aircraft have the following...

  • NASA LA-8 testbed aircraft laboratory in a wind tunnel. Date of picture: April 5, 2019.

    NASA LA-8 eVTOL Testbed

    LA-8 eVTOL TestbedNASA Langley Research CenterHampton, Virginia, USAwww.nasa.gov/langley

    NASA has been in the process of making multiple Advance Urban Air Mobility Technology Testbeds, according to Dave North, the Unmanned Aerial Systems Section Lead. (In 2015-2016, NASA Langley researchers completed and flight tested a carbon fiber hybrid-electric vertical...

  • SkyDrive SD-XX eVTOL prototype aircraft and ground vehicle, Japan.

    SkyDrive SD-XX

    SD-XXSkyDriveShinjuku, Tokyo, Japanwww.skydrive2020.com

    Founded in July 2018, SkyDrive is and eVTOL company based in Tokyo, Japan. Tomohiro Fukuzawa is the chief executive officer and Nobuo Kishi is the chief technology officer. (All photos SkyDrive credit.)

    The idea of making a flying car first started...

  • Archer eVTOL aircraft, Palo Alto, California, USA. 21 May 2020.

    Archer

    (unnamed)ArcherPalo Alto, California, USAwww.flyarcher.com

    Archer is developing an all-electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft focused on improving mobility in cities. The company announced its launch on May 21, 2020.

    Archer's eVTOL aircraft (as yet unnamed) can carry a pilot and four passengers to 60 miles...