HomeNationalBecomes world's first flying saucer

Becomes world’s first flying saucer

- Advertisment -

Becomes world’s first flying saucer

A company called Ziva Aero has developed a state-of-the-art flying machine that takes off and lands vertically like a helicopter but travels in the air like an airplane.

It seems that the dream of flying saucers of stories has come true, this machine called Sky Dock is being tested, only one person can sit in it at the moment, and this machine would be standing on its tail. Yes, it is shaped like a flying saucer.

The company says it is made of carbon fiber, its saucer-like plate will be 8 feet tall and weigh 317 kilograms. Can be seen outside

The machine has petal-like propellers on the front and propulsion systems on the front and rear. In the first phase, a 25 kWh battery will be installed in a 20 kWh commercial model, but to secure the entire system. Special security measures have been taken.

Ziva Aero is owned by Stephen Tibbets, a former student at Washington State University, who unveiled a working prototype of the N901ZX a few days ago, an eVTOL vehicle designed for emergency services. It is capable of flying up to 50 miles at a speed of 160 miles per hour on a single charge, taking only 20 seconds to rise from the ground.

ZEVA Aero hopes that this new flying machine will soon be offered for flying in the skies.

Comments


in details

A company called Ziva Aero has developed a state-of-the-art flying machine that takes off and lands vertically like a helicopter but travels in the air like an airplane.

It seems that the dream of flying saucers of stories has come true, this machine called Sky Dock is being tested, only one person can sit in it at the moment, and this machine would be standing on its tail. Yes, it is shaped like a flying saucer.

The company says it is made of carbon fiber, its saucer-like plate will be 8 feet tall and weigh 317 kilograms. Can be seen outside

The machine has petal-like propellers on the front and propulsion systems on the front and rear. In the first phase, a 25 kWh battery will be installed in a 20 kWh commercial model, but to secure the entire system. Special security measures have been taken.

Ziva Aero is owned by Stephen Tibbets, a former student at Washington State University, who unveiled a working prototype of the N901ZX a few days ago, an eVTOL vehicle designed for emergency services. It is capable of flying up to 50 miles at a speed of 160 miles per hour on a single charge, taking only 20 seconds to rise from the ground.

ZEVA Aero hopes that this new flying machine will soon be offered for flying in the skies.

Comments

, for more latest Pakistan and national news updates, scroll down page
#worlds #flying #saucer

- Advertisment -

Most Popular

- Advertisment -

Recent Comments