World Championship Air Race’s partnership with Orb Aerospace will see the introduction of Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) race vehicles such as the Orb Aerospace SJX eVTOL.
Wind Craft Aviation, a company developing electric aviation technology in unprecedented new ways, is proud to announce the launch of its new brand after four years in business.
Red Herring today announced the winners of its Top 100 North America 2020 event, recognizing the continent’s most exciting and innovative private technology companies.
Wind Craft Aviation has been selected as a finalist for Red Herring’s Top 100 North America award, one of the technology industry’s most prestigious prizes.
When you think of innovation and Michigan, it is likely within the context of the automotive industry. That’s fair, given that Michigan ranks No. 1 in automotive and mobility R&D, and has the highest concentration of automotive employment, producers, and suppliers of any state.
Wind Craft Aviation, an electric aerospace company based in Lowell, Michigan announced their entry into the United States Air Force AFWERX Agility Prime Air Race with proprietary second-generation E-VTOL technology that exceeds all mission requirements.
Vertical Take Off and Landing vehicles (VTOLs) and Electric Vertical Take Off and Landing Vehicles (eVTOLs) are considered to be the future of human mobility. While companies like UBER are actively working to organize their fleet to offer innovative services to their customers, the interesting question to ask might be: when VTOLs or eVTOLs are going to be available – or better to say affordable – for the average person?
Alex Taylor envisions a future in which residents of Lowell will hop in a personal aircraft to make a quick 25-minute commute to their workplace in Chicago. He sees a time in which people in remote areas can be delivered life-saving supplies by autonomously flown planes that can land in a space the size of a parking spot.
At age 17, most of us are still adjusting to the responsibility that comes with getting a driver’s license. But Alex Taylor has already moved beyond roads and taken to the sky, becoming the youngest commercial drone pilot in the U.S. last year and founding his own drone company.