Eero's Aerodynes introduce a so-far unseen type of VTOL propulsion. When successfully implemented, it shall be a game-changer in the VTOL/eVTOL space thanks to its minimal noise profile, highest safety, and extreme simplicity. Based on decades of prior research by various US and international organizations, this novel propulsion system offers a pragmatic solution optimized for efficient hover and high-speed cruise.


Each Aeroadyne is equipped with in-wheel electric motors, which at an acceptable weight penalty provide a simple and efficient means of driving the wheels for short- and medium-range road travel.


airplane flight deck


Aerodynes cockpits are true flight decks designed for pilots. While we believe in automation, the last word belongs to the pilot-in-command, and as such, he must have every aspect of flight and taxi readily at hand through the proper interface.

Flight controls are carefully thought out with all major flight phases in mind: road travel, powered lift, transition, and cruise. No place is left for doubt: controls and interfaces are to be highly intuitive.

car driver's seat


Just like the flight deck is designed for pilots, the driver's seat is designed for car owners. It blends seamlessly, featuring all principal controls at their usual positions.


The cabin of each Aeroadyne is designed for comfort and versatility.


Side and rear access is provided to the cabin, such as to provide the easiest entry and exit possible. Loading and offloading of stretchers and palletized cargo is made fast and convenient.


Variable cabin layouts allow for spacious interiors. Compromises to furnishing weight and cabin size are kept at a reasonable trade-off to energy consumption.


Designed first and foremost as a parametric frame rather than a fixed layout, Aeroadynes' airframe structure is a well-converged concept optimized around the needs of both road and air travel.

ab-initio broad considerations

The airframe design addresses a multitude of topics such as:

  • structural efficiency
  • modularity
  • component re-use across models and variants
  • propulsion, wing surface, and general scalability
  • fluid and electrical routing as well as maintenance access
  • size and layout constraints for road and air


The base airframe design is configurable to a vast range of sizes. While every vehicle variant must be developed and certified independently, component reusability and a well-researched core layout pave the way for rapid market adaptation.

Even for every certified layout, some adaptation will be possible, for example to allow loading from the front rather than rear of the fuselage.