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A cyclorotor, cycloidal rotor, cycloidal propeller or cyclogiro, is a fluid propulsion device that converts shaft power into the acceleration of a fluid using a rotating axis perpendicular to the direction of fluid motion. It uses several blades with a spanwise axis parallel to the axis of rotation and perpendicular to the direction of fluid motion. These blades are cyclically pitched twice per revolution to produce force (thrust or lift) in any direction normal to the axis of rotation. Cyclorotors are used for propulsion, lift, and control on air and water vehicles. An aircraft using cyclorotors as the primary source of lift, propulsion, and control is known as a cyclogyro or cyclocopter. A unique aspect is that it can change the magnitude and direction of thrust without the need of tilting any aircraft structures.


Why a cyclorotor?

Cyclorotor technology offers a range of advantages over traditional propeller systems, making it a versatile and efficient choice for various applications.

In contrast to traditional propeller systems, they provide a more flexible control of thrust and its direction. Our technology of the double rotors presents an innovative mechanism towards achieving a 360 thrust vectoring through control of the pitch of the blades. Additional approach towards maximizing the efficiency of the 360 thrust vectoring is the mobility of overall rotor positioning. Thus, one of the key advantages of our cyclorotors is their ability to achieve 360° thrust vectoring in two different and interconnected ways. This means that the direction of thrust can be adjusted in any direction around the vehicle, allowing for agile maneuverability in tight spaces and complex environments.

In addition to their maneuverability and control advantages, cyclorotors can offer improved efficiency and performance compared to traditional propeller systems. The ability to optimize thrust direction and distribution results in more efficient flight operations, reduced energy consumption, and extended flight endurance, making cyclorotor-equipped vehicles ideal for long-range missions and endurance applications.

Overcoming modern obstacles

The spectrum of mobility issues broadens with the exponentially expanding number of vehicles and traffic congestion as it’s consequence. The issues branch out in various ways, encompassing areas as transportation systems, urban planning, environmental sustainability, and even social equity. The efficiency and safety of our nowadays transportation systems are menaced due to various factors such as lacking infrastructure, poor maintenance, and inequity amongst regions and social layers. Solutions in the form of technical integrity and enhanced infrastructure pose limitations and hindrances as well. Hence there is an apparent strive towards alternatives to traditional transportation methods. Our company shares the flourishing passion in seeking and inventing these alternatives to alleviate the burden limited mobility lays on communities. Our vision of utilizing effective air propulsion systems in eVTOLs challenges the relevance of the issues listed above. In terms of time and productivity air mobility presents massive advantages, offering a more enhanced outlook on the future of transportation.

Uniqueness of the D-Cyclo Rotor

At the core of our technology lies a groundbreaking innovation: the utilization of double rotors instead of the conventional single rotor design. This pioneering approach revolutionizes the capabilities of our system, delivering unmatched efficiency and maneuverability in various applications. In addition to performance benefits, the double rotor configuration enhances system redundancy and reliability. The presence of dual rotors ensures redundancy in propulsion, diminishing the risk of single-point failures and enhancing overall system resilience.

Outlooks for our propulsion systems

Considering the main features and benefits rotor-based propulsion systems provide, the core focus is on introducing rotor-based eVTOL aircraft to the industry. These aircrafts are purposed to cover a vast variation of utilization, making their adaptive characteristics the keystone for success. The technology also contributes to the advancement of eco-sustainable industries. As an alternative to aircraft development such propulsion systems can be used in the form of wind or water turbines, yielding electrical power more efficiently. Air mobility plays a critical role in emergency response and humanitarian aid efforts, allowing rapid deployment of personnel, equipment, and supplies to areas affected by natural disasters, conflicts, or other crises. Introducing adapted eVTOLs for such purposes would contribute massively to an industry that composes the humanitarian gist of communities. Our technology addresses the issues of reaching territories with complex relievo, as our 360 thrust vectoring enables for more flexible landings.