Thanks to all this experience, we have realized exactly what our strategy is, what we should focus on and what can help us capitalize powerfully. These are:
Expertise in control systems
Expertise in motor-propeller groups in air channels
All of Flyter’s current competitors create lift at the expense of external open propellers:
What’s the problem?
Lack of safety
Revolutions / sec
Flyter does not have open propellers and wings, because it uses another method of creating thrust: inside the air channel, an electric motor spins a propeller of a special geometry. Thus, the air seems to be "sucked in" from above, driven through the air channel and "blown out" from below, creating thrus.
large dimensions, dangerous propellers and noise produces by them.
This adds a little weight, but solves the KEY problems for use in the cities, which are
No one else in the world has expertise in this area!
interest from competitors
development of new transport
The key to the UAV
The key to the UAV market is having expertise in obtaining HIGH thrust from propellers of the SMALLEST possible diameter with the LOWEST possible energy consumption.
possible energy consumption
We are going to create a production process and corporate governance that will allow us to do experiments, accumulate expertise and monetize it with high dynamics.
Therefore, at the next stage of our development, we intend to focus exclusively on obtaining and accumulating expertise in the creation of highly efficient "cold turbines" (= "motor-propeller groups in air channels") and their control systems.
Consulting | Outsourcing
PR | Marketing | Sales
Team Wage Fund
1 500 000$
+ 10 part-time specialists with different skills and expertise required by the project
Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, entrepreneur in the field of aviation industry, author of more than 40 patents in aircraft construction - is fully responsible for the design
8 years in business, founder of 2 companies, an experienced entrepreneur and manager - is running the business.