designed by pierpaolo lazzarini from italian company jet capsule, the I.F.O or ‘identified flying object’ is a proposed two seater drone/copter vehicle. the chassis, composed of a main central capsule cockpit, measures two meters in diameter and is surrounded by a carbon fiber disk with an overall dimension of 4.70 meters.
the I.F.O. carbon body structure
jet capsule‘s I.F.O. is fuelled by eight electric engines, able to push the flying object to an estimated top speed of about 120 mph. different energy resources are provided from various batteries located in the disk and with an additional battery pack placed at the center of the capsule body, the estimated flight autonomy ranges between sixty and seventy minutes. for a smooth landing, the vehicle has six folding and extending suspensions — which makes it possible to access the I.F.O through an elevator, generated from the lower sub-spherical body. otherwise, the capsule can be access by two removable bridges, available on any specific landing station.
doors of the cockpit opening up
the central shell measures two meters in diameter
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I.F.O. can be accessed by two removable bridges
the vehicle is fuelled by eight electric engines
the estimated flight autonomy ranges between sixty and seventy minutes.
the I.F.O in different colors
landing on the streets
the I.F.O can be accessed via an elevator
in case of an emergency, a parachute is released
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