BRAQ Autonomous Personal Air vehicle (APAV) & Multi-Mode Manned Aerial Platforms
BRAQ Autonomous Personal Air Vehicle (APAV) and Multi-Mode Manned Aerial Vehicle platforms are designed to provide safe low-altitude and medium-short distance air transportation services possessing the flexibility and the best attributes of helicopters, fixed-wing aircraft and Wing-In-Ground-Effect (WIG) vehicles. Both platforms utilize a hybrid fuel cell / battery propulsion system to perform vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) and short take-off and landing (STOL) from anywhere. They are also capable of performing horizontal take-off and landing (HTOL), skim, boat, and cruise over water surfaces. These capabilities and properties give these platforms the ability to take-off from anywhere and land anywhere without the requirement of airport runways or landing pads. In other words, they will fulfill all of the missions that helicopters, fixed-wing aircrafts, seaplanes, and hovering aircrafts currently perform.
BRAQ Multi-Mode Manned Aerial Vehicle is configured to be used in search and rescue (SAR) applications where the delivery time (the golden hour) is the key to the survival of the patient. Specifically to rescue people living and working in skyscrapers/towers during fire incidents, terrorist attacks, hostage situations, etc. Therefore, it shapes a new way of point to point transportation from one or more locations that are difficult to access or operate such as, operating inside complex urban cities , close air spaces for military facilities, important civilian installations, and natural environments.
BRAQ Autonomous Personal Air Vehicle (APAV) is configured to serve as a fully or semi-autonomous platform facilitating; personal transportation, business transportation, public transportation, and maintenance operations. Also serves as air medical/air ambulance platform during; car accidents, earthquakes, floods, firefighting, and terror attacks. However, applying minor changes in the basic structure of the vehicle makes it capable to be used as a military platform facilitating; point to point logistic support, destroying targets, aerial surveillance, troop supply missions and cargo, medevac soldiers from battlefield, and special forces.
Providing point-to-point , low-altitude, and medium-short distance autonomous air transportation services
Serving as an autonomous air medical/air ambulance platform during car accidents, earthquakes, floods, firefighting, and terror attacks.
Capable of performing horizontal take-off and landing (HTOL), skim, boat, and cruise over water surface