In order to give drivers in congested cities other options for traveling to work, moving freight, and other uses, a number of businesses, including Airbus and Boeing, showcased revolutionary aerial flying concepts. Here are some innovative aerial designs that might soon become a reality in the future:
At the Paris Air Show, Isʀᴀᴇʟi startup Eviation displayed its “Alice Commuter,” an all-electric light aircraft. The aircraft has distributed propulsion, the manufacturer claims, with two pusher propellers at the wingtips and one primary pusher propeller in the tail. The Alice’s power supply, which weighs 6,000 pounds of lithium-ion batteries, enables it to travel 600 miles and hold up to nine passengers.
The AirQuadOne business idea was suggested as a potential future example of personal manned aerial transportation by the British aviation company Neva Aerospace. The AirQuadOne is envisioned as a personal vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircraft that is powered by a battery pack that can be charged at electric car charging stations via direct wire connection, induction, or battery pack switch. It is propelled by static thrust electric turbofan technology from Neva.
Airbus VSR700 OPV
The Airbus Heliᴄᴏᴘters VSR700 optionally piloted vehicle, which has already begun autonomous flight testing, is the least “conceptual” aircraft on this list. The VSR700 is being developed by Airbus’ heliᴄᴏᴘter division in collaboration with Heliᴄᴏᴘters Guimbal, the original manufacturer of the civilly certified Cabri G2 heliᴄᴏᴘter. The VSR 700 has a “totally digital, multi-channel” flight control system, according to Airbus. Both on land and at sea, there are optical sensors and a radar system. The aircraft, according to Airbus, will be used for shipborne rotary-wing tactical requirements in naval operations as well as land-based intelligence surveillance target acquisition and reconnaissance duties.
AeroMobil Flying Car
When the Sʟᴏᴠᴀᴋɪᴀn company AeroMobil debuted its newest model at the Top Marques Mᴏɴᴀᴄᴏ supercar display and during the Paris Air Show earlier this year, it proved that the flying car was no longer just a fantasy. AeroMobil is already available for pre-order with a $1.2 million price tag, despite the fact that the company plans to produce a number of variations at various pricing ranges.
Let’s take a look at Top 15 Future Aircraft Concepts that will amaze you in the video below:
Source: Top Fives
Thank you for visiting our website! We hope that you could find useful information on our website!