A single seater air vehicle powered by the latest in electric propulsion technology, engineered to be the first affordable air vehicle to bring vertical take-off and landing to market, Atlas will show you new ways of flying.
2 hours for full charge
Affordable air travel
As easy to fly as a drone
High Performance, All-Electric Powertain
Proprietary Electric ducted fan units produce up to 350kgf (760lbf) of combined thrust
Wing-integrated 12kWh lithium ion battery pack ensures up to 1 hour flight time
As quiet as 87 dBA from 15.2m (50ft) away
Safety is at the core of our air vehicles:
Flight assist software makes flight controls as easy as flying a drone
Sensing and obstacle avoidance avionics suite keeps you out of harm’s way
Full air vehicle ballistic parachute has your back
Cruise Endurance: 45 mins total
Hover Endurance: 12 mins cont. (20 mins total)
Dry Mass: 113kg (250 lbs)
Maximum Payload: 90kg (200lbs)
Frequently asked questions
Flying is highly versatile in nature. With no requirements for pre-defined infrastructure such as highways, train tracks or tunnels limiting navigational possibilities flying grants infinite freedom on how we can travel.
Why has this not been done before?
In the 1960s, there were multiple experimental VTOL projects carried out by the military, which were impractical due to cost and technology availability. Past the Cold War, R&D investment in the field has been limited due to the short sight of startups looking to ship products within 6 months, and the commercial aerospace industry’s relentless focus on milking the airliner cash cow. The good news is that the computers, batteries, and motors required for this vehicle were developed for other applications and are now avalable today.
How are you reducing the cost of air transportation?
Is this for public or private transportation?
Ultimately, it can be used for both. Our first aircraft will target private transportation and we will then work to reduce cost, increase production volumes, and serve multiple applications, including public transportation.
How much will this cost?
How are you going to avoid congestion at take-off/landing locations?
Is this flight legal?
Where do I charge?
We will adopt the EV industry standards, and due to its small footprint, our aircraft can land in a car’s parking space. Meaning you can charge on the existing ground EV charging network.
What if something goes wrong?
How are you funding this?
How much does it cost for one full charge?
The cost varies by location, however in Ontario with current electric costs it is estimated to be $1.20 to charge. In most of parts of the world it is still less than 5$.