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PAV-X – Electric VTOL News™

PAV-X PAV-X London, United Kingdom www.pav-x.com (no longer online) The PAV-X Company (PAV = Personal Air Vehicle) was a small start-up which created several concept eVTOL aircraft. The PAV-X eVTOL…

Siemens Electric Aircraft Motor 2 http://www.qsgroup.eu/Zarz%C4%85dzanie-flot%C4%85-samochodow%C4%85-PRACTIQS.html

Siemens has developed an exceptional electric aircraft motor that combining high power with minimal weight. Images credit Siemens The motor by Siemens has been specially designed for use in aircraft…

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The TF-X Flying Car is a visionary concept of the future, hybridizing aircraft and electric car technology to create the flying car of tomorrow. The TF-X is capable of vertical take-off, removing the need for a traditional runway. Additionally, it is aided by computer controlled flight. Just tell the TF-X where you want to go, and it will take care of the rest, from launch to landing, at cruising speeds up to 200 miles per hour, and a range of over 500 miles.

The new prototype electric aircraft motor on its static test rig (Photo: Siemens)

Researchers working at Siemens say that they have produced a light but powerful prototype electric aircraft motor that could one day help power large passenger airliners. Weighing in at just 50 kg (110 lb) the new motor is claimed to produce about 260 kW (348 hp) at 2,500 RPM.

The TF-X Flying Car is a visionary concept of the future, hybridizing aircraft and electric car technology to create the flying car of tomorrow. The TF-X is capable of vertical take-off, removing the need for a traditional runway. Additionally, it is aided by computer controlled flight. Just tell the TF-X where you want to go, and it will take care of the rest, from launch to landing, at cruising speeds up to 200 miles per hour, and a range of over 500 miles.