Cyclotech introduced an electric plane using coils instead of propellers

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Cyclotech has unveiled an electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft called CruiseUp main feature What’s new is that its design uses CycloRotors propulsion systems instead of the usual multi-blade propellers. They look like drums or reels that rotate around a horizontal axis.

The compact design and instant control of magnitude and orientation of the omni-directional thrust of CycloRotors enable easy transition from hover to forward flight regimes, gust control and precision landing, ideal for safe operation in crowed airspace and confined areas. CycloTech aims at making individual air mobility as normal as driving a car – opening the sky for everyone.

The developers claim that the CycloRotors installations make the aircraft very maneuverable, but at the same time extremely comfortable for passengers. The design uses a total of six CycloRotors, including a backup system in case of problems during operation flight time.According to available data, one charge of the CruiseUp battery pack will be enough to cover 100 km at speeds of up to 150 km/h. The developers are confident that this is more than enough for flights within large cities and their suburbs.The company believes that in the coming years, eVTOL devices will begin to be used in different countries of the world as air taxis. At the same time, CruiseUp only 50% more massive than the average car, so the company believes that their creation in the future may well become an alternative to personal transport. Eat the hope is that this will happen within the next decade.

Source of images: Cyclotech

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