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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

E-volo : vehicle revolution inspired by rc drone

Automotive manufacturers continually strive to create a figure of future cars that are no longer walking on land, but in the air.

Flying car will be assessed the needs of society as well as the main solution in the big cities, which is often stuck in traffic jams.

For this reason, an engineer in England, Thomas Senkel and his two friends, creating a car-shaped flying helicopters.




As reported by the Daily Mail, Tuesday, November 8, 2011, vehicle-based helicopter was named E-Volo-16 rotor, and capable of flying in the air without any input from the pilot.

This new type of vehicle adequately controlled from the joystick. Surely this is a starting point for future vehicle revolution. In tests conducted this week, E-Volo managed float for 2 minutes 30 seconds.

Senkel explains E-Volo currently only able to fly for about 20 minutes, because of the limitations of lithium-ion battery power, it uses.

"This vehicle has a very good structure and are able to replace other vehicles, helicopters and even in many situations," he said

E-Volo can be used to check the pipe line, air ambulance or take photographs from the air or just for fun. In an emergency, the E-Volo is also equipped with parachutes and GPS. There has been no intention of all three to produce E-Volo to the market.

Friday, October 28, 2011

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Monday, July 4, 2011

Tiny electric plane unveiled at Paris air show -smallest twin-engine aircraft in the world




A tiny electric powered plane, said to be the smallest twin-engine aircraft in the world, has taken flight at the Paris Air Show.

Pilot, Hugues Duval, dazzled spectators with a demonstration flight, in the "Cri-Cri".

The plane can reach speeds of up to 260km/h (160mph).

Source:youtube.com

Friday, January 7, 2011

Sonex Aircraft one of electric power aircraft has made maiden flight


Sonex Aircraft one of several findings of human driven light aircraft first flight last December 3, 2010 in Airport Oskosh.
This aircraft is an aircraft electricity without pollution / green plane.
Sonex aircraft are aircraft that have been modified by using the electric motor and uses lithium betere. Read more

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