ROTE-A Libellule Remotely Operated Aircraft for Extreme Evacuation Process

As a remotely operated aircraft, ROTE-A Libellule doesn’t require any pilot or aircrew to conduct evacuation missions. This means we can reduce the risk of injury or death of flight crew during extreme evacuation scenarios. The design of this aircraft features an aesthetically pleasing styled combined with a spacious passenger area without sacrificing the main goal of this transportation.

The sleek body allows ROTE-A to provide more superior coefficient of drag than any other aircrafts in its class. Being aerodynamic, the wings manage to lift its body while at the same time reducing the energy needed to maintain altitude, thus increasing the flight range. There are 2 different propulsion technologies used in the design: D-Dalus and Ramjet. D-Dalus is sued to obtain great maneuverability and great efficiency while Ramjet is used to obtain better speed when needed.

Designer : Marc-Rhauny Dor

ROTE-A Libellule Remotely Operated Aircraft by Marc-Rhauny Dor

ROTE-A Libellule Remotely Operated Aircraft by Marc-Rhauny Dor

Inside this aircraft, it features modular interior layout, it can be changed based on the mission. Keeping safety in mind, this aircraft provides passengers easy access to all equipment without the need to move about. Hopefully it helps increasing the efficiency of transportation or evacuation missions as well as safety.

ROTE-A Libellule Remotely Operated Aircraft by Marc-Rhauny Dor

ROTE-A Libellule Remotely Operated Aircraft by Marc-Rhauny Dor

ROTE-A Libellule Remotely Operated Aircraft by Marc-Rhauny Dor

ROTE-A Libellule Remotely Operated Aircraft by Marc-Rhauny Dor

ROTE-A Libellule Remotely Operated Aircraft by Marc-Rhauny Dor


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