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Neva Aerospace presents AirQuadOne as private VTOL

Tinuku ~ Neva's AirQuadOne will make its upcoming Paris Air Show debut as a future transportation. A European consortium of Neva Aerospace presented a new concept for private VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) aircraft for a futuristic, full-powered electric vehicle under licensed aircraft certification in the United States and European Union.

Tinuku Neva Aerospace presents AirQuadOne as private VTOL

Tinuku.com Neva Aerospace presents AirQuadOne as private VTOL

The Neva Aerospace presents the AirQuadOne concept as an electric vehicle flying at a maximum altitude of 3,000 feet (914 meters) and travels at a speed of 50 mph (80 kilometers per hour) with a single charge battery for 20 to 30 minutes of flight time.

The battery generates about 100 kilograms (220 lb) of the total weight of 500 kilograms (1,102 lb) of planes having compatible designs with hardware or induction directly at electric car charging stations. It is also possible to swap empty batteries with fully charged batteries.

www.Tinuku.com Neva Aerospace presents AirQuadOne as private VTOL

Tinuku Neva Aerospace presents AirQuadOne as private VTOL

The company plans the design of passenger versions and drones that have a payload of up to 100 kilograms. The other plan is a semi-electric hybrid version that will have a flight time of up to an hour. All models will use recycled carbon fiber.

Airquadone gained the strength and durability of specialized technologies, including static and semi-dynamic electric turbofans (ETFs) driven to optimize VTOL as a prerequisite for the use of UAVs and private planes in the urban sky.

Unlike standard air duct fans, an electric turbofan has a special shaped dome. Currently the team is continuing research and development in the UK and Germany.
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