Texas A&M University Harmony's Aria was a winner of the Boeing sponsored GoFly competition Phase 1 and Phase 2. The Harmony team received $20,000 for winning Phase I and an additional $50,000 for winning Phase II.Team's Description
The Aria is a high-TRL compact rotorcraft designed to minimize noise and maximize efficiency, safety, reliability, and flight experience.
Stage of Development
Aircraft Type: VTOL, no fixed wing
Range: at least 20 miles
Top Speed: Unspecified
Propeller Configuration: Two propellers
Passenger/Payload Capacity: 1 passenger
Autonomy Level: Unspecified
The Texas A&M University (TAMU) Harmony was a winner of Phase 1 of the GoFly competition, placing it among 9 other winning teams as one of the most innovative solutions to personal vertical urban transport.
Our Take on Harmony
The harmony features a unique design - counter-rotating propellers at the bottom of the craft that provide lift. The user is stationed within the center of harmony, and thus protected from the rotors. Because limited technical details have been released on Harmony, TransportUP does not have a prospectus at this time. Keep track of Phase 2 of the GoFly competition for a gauge of the Harmony teams' progress.
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