An experimental aerospace company developing aviation technology in unprecedented new ways.
New Aerospace is where aviation technology as it should be and accessibility to that technology converge. In 2017 a 16-year-old conceived of a world where something as simple as a safe, capable, and affordable aircraft could catalyze socio-economic and technological change around the world. It required breakthrough technology strategically applied to a blank slate aircraft that operated under entirely new principals. We engineered creatively and fervently invented in contrast the complacent norms of the existing industry for this idea we call “New Aerospace”.
250 Pound Payload
Vertical Takeoff and Landing
Autonomous and Semi-Autonomous Operation
Imagine having the ability to travel 80% faster, 30% more efficiently and completely sustainably from anywhere in the world. All while providing services like access to healthcare, infrastructure and opportunity in remote areas. Accessible aviation proves a better future is possible in urban centers, and suburban backyards. That's the impact of accessible aviation.
When the sky is your highway no point on earth is out of reach. Nations with challenging terrain and limited resources now have an avenue into the modern era.
With no need for ground-based infrastructures like roads and bridges, Accessible aviation saves developed nations billions of dollars while providing faster, sustainable and more efficient and transportation.
In remote areas of the world, accessible aviation means affordable delivery of medical supplies and doctors where it's needed most.
We invent as stewards of the environment. A cleaner future means using the air that surrounds us as a means of transportation, not a place to deposit pollution.
After a natural disaster, hundreds of our vehicles can be deployed anywhere in the world within 24 hours delivering thousands of pounds of supplies and traveling across whole countries all without a pilot.
Compared to a helicopter we can get to emergencies twice as fast but still land vertically in a confined area. Our autonomous capabilities also mean we also do not need to put a pilot at risk in most situations.