Aergility ATLIS eVTOL Aircraft Concept and Specifications – Aergility ATLIS is an electric, gas-powered unmanned vertical and landing aircraft (VTOL) intended for long-distance cargo shipments to areas that are difficult to access or dangerous. The construction of the ATLIS Aergility aircraft was carried out by a combination of three companies, namely Robrady which provided industrial design, Watts Innovations which carried out flight testing and Zivko Aueronautics who was responsible for making prototypes. The 1/4 scale Proof-of-Concept aircraft model has flown and full size prototypes are being developed to date.

Aergility ATLIS eVTOL Aircraft concept

ATLIS Aergility Design

ATLIS aergility is powered by a battery to drive the motor autonomously which is connected to the propeller. There are eight Managed Autogyration propellers to take off and land vertically. Meanwhile a gas-powered propeller will push the plane forward. When flying, the vertical propeller switches to gyrocopter mode to be lifted. When functioning as a gyrocopter, the propeller will recharge the battery. The aircraft can maneuver by varying the speed of individual propellers.

Aergility ATLIS eVTOL Aircraft specs

Aergility ATLIS Specifications

ATLIS aergility will be able to lift up to 180 kg of cargo and carry 159 kg of load to a distance of 320 km or carry 113 kg of cargo to a distance of 960 km at speeds of up to 160 km / h. The aircraft will use a point-of-supply strategy directly to the point-of-need rather than requiring multiple distribution points needed by many vehicles because of limited range or potential danger. Aergility predicts ATLIS aircraft can fly an average of ten sorties a day.

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