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A large part of our story goes back to 2015, when we first formulated our vision of a compound aircraft configuration. Multiple aircraft connected at their wingtips can achieve long-endurance and high payloads compared to individual aircraft configuration.
In the last decade, we have built several prototypes, performed simulations and flight tests and brought the new aircraft design closer to where we want it to be: flying as a communication and observation platform up in the air.
For more information, please see the following references (incl. links):
Our patent (DE102018100332B4): "Multi-body aircraft and method for controlling the overall formation of a multi-body aircraft".
PhD thesis: "Flight Mechanics and Flight Control for a Multibody Aircraft. Long-Endurance Operation at High Altitudes.", 2019 TU Berlin.
The sky is not the limit.
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