Our technology introduces a reliable and achievable approach to VTFF design, featuring retractable helicopter blades that reduce resilience in the air. During forward flight, the helicopter blades retract, significantly reducing drag and enhancing aerodynamic performance. This unique mechanism allows for seamless transitions between helicopter and airplane flight modes.
For takeoffs and landings, the disc's rotor blades deploy, enabling the aircraft to operate in helicopter mode. What sets our design apart is its unparalleled resilience. In the event of helicopter component failure, the aircraft can continue flying in its airplane mode. Conversely, if airplane components encounter issues, it can still operate as a helicopter. This dual functionality makes our VTFF design one of the most resilient and versatile aircraft in the skies today, poised to make an indelible impact on the future of aviation.