Nowadays, flying drones are not extraordinary view, but the design of our conventional drones has three main problems: air humming, exposed blades, and the wind.
Bladeless Drone is an innovative design to solve those issues. When strong wind gusts over while you’re flying a drone in the park and the headwind taking the drone down, there’s no possible injured child since it’s a bladeless drone. Also, since it doesn’t have exposed rotor blades, this drone can take advantage of the headwind and force it through internal ducts to generate a downward flow. Flying this drone would be much safer thanks to better regulating of the airflow.
This Bladeless Drone has been designed by Edgar Herrera to take advantage of aerodynamics using the shapes that we can find in airplanes and aircrafts. Not only it is functional but also cool to look at. Featuring four bladeless propellers, the main one is positioned at the center, using most of the ducted flow in order to support take-off and landing. The other three propellers are used to define the direction. There are four main air intake valves to extract moving air when flying.