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Objectives : Principal objective of the proposed project is a computational and experimental investigation of the novel concept of the VTOL (Vertical Take-Off) aircraft with the nickname Anuloid regarding its flight properties and flying qualities, and to then compare Anuloid with helicopters, tilt rotor aircraft, or other VTOL aircraft concepts, in relation to the potential utilization for transport missions in urban areas.
The Vector Hawk can be field reconfigured to multiple missions including fixed-wing, vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL), and tilt-rotor enabling VTOL with transition to fixed wing flight.
The agency has already provided funds to four companies to build vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) airplanes, as part of the DARPA's VTOL Experimental Plane (VTOL X-Plane) program.
The full motion video captured will be transmitted, via WiFi, directly to the exploitation system allowing the audience to see, almost immediately, what can be seen from the camera within AESIR's VTOL UAV.
A THIS was the nickname for an experimental vertical-take-off-and-land (VTOL) plane, the prototype for the world's first VTOL aircraft, the Harrier jump jet, which first flew in 1966.
Tier II UAS include heavier, larger and longer endurance systems with longer range, such as CybAero's VTOL offering.
Lockheed Martin s director of unmanned solutions Kevin Westfall said, The system can be field reconfigured to multiple missions including fixed-wing, vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) and tilt-rotor enabling VTOL with transition to fixed wing flight .
The VTOL features a 360 degree panning capability to aid area surveillance and provide enhanced situational awareness and actionable imagery in support of emergency response needs including search and rescue situations, disaster relief or other surveillance missions.