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Over the last 7 years, ARC Aerosystems has gained a wealth of strategically important know-how about propulsion systems and optimized flight control strategy. Over 10,000 pages of technical reports have been generated as a result of more than 100,000 engineering man-hours of work.

ARC has secured investments and funding from private and governmental institutions…

intellectual property

Patent & Design Rights

Utility

Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) propulsion system on blended wing body (BWB) passenger aircraft (European Patent Cooperation Treaty)

Design

Vehicle configuration of two-in-one air-and-ground vehicle unit (UK Intellectual Property Office)

Utility

Utility: Power management (battery packs) on two-in-one air-and-ground vehicle unit (UK Intellectual Property Office)

Pegasus competition

Arc vs Competitors

Pegasus has competitors both in the helicopter and eVTOL markets.

Although the Pegasus cannot hover like a helicopter, it is the only gyroplane in the market with a jump take-off and no roll landing giving it significant advantages over the competition in this segment. All the eVTOLs being developed in the market are facing huge challenges with certification, range and battery capacity. The Pegasus can provide a higher degree of safety, greater energy efficiency, lower noise, longer range & higher speed and competitive cost.

Pegasus

Engine: Lycoming 360
Passenger capacity: 1px +1 Pilot
Max Speed: 150cruise/160vne km/h
Max Range*: 610 km
Endurance: 3.5 hours
MTOW: 900 Kgs
Payload: 280 kgs
Fuel capacity: 141L
Garmin GTN650iX

Cabri G2

Engine: Lycoming 360
Passenger capacity: 1px+pilot
Max Speed: 166cruise/185vne km/h
Max Range*: 600 km
Endurance: 4.5 hours
MTOW: 700 Kgs
Payload: 270 kgs
Fuel capacity: 170L
Garmin G500Txi

R22 - Raven

Engine: Lycoming 360
Passenger capacity: 1px+pilot
Max Speed: 170cruise/189vne km/h
Max Range*: 460 km
Endurance: 3 hours
MTOW: 622 Kgs
Payload: 176 kgs
Fuel capacity: 100L
Garmin GTN650iX

Volocopter

Crew: 1
Passenger capacity: 1
Speed: 110 km/h
Range: 35 km
Development stage (TRL): 5
Propulsion: Electric
Take Off/Landing: Multi rotor
Country: Germany
Certification path: Unknown

EHang

Crew: 1
Passenger capacity: 1
Speed: 130 km/h
Range: 16 km
Development stage (TRL): 5
Propulsion: Electric
Take Off/Landing: Multi rotor
Country: China
Certification path: Unknown

Sky Dive

Crew: 1
Passenger capacity: 1
Speed: 100 km/h
Range: 15 km
Development stage (TRL): 4
Propulsion: Electric
Take Off/Land: Multi rotor
Country: Japan
Certification path: Unknown

P9 Linx competition

Arc vs Competitors

The Linx P9 is an affordable, sustainable solution for sub-regional aircraft operators, who want the versatility of a helicopter combined with the range of a fixed wing aircraft. ARC Linx P9 is a VTOL solution for AAM and especially RAM ( Regional Air Mobility), with capabilities that enable the creation of new routes, connecting the remotest locations to the busiest cities.

Arc Linx P9

Crew: 1
Passenger capacity: 9
Speed (MPH): 230
Range (Miles): 600
Development Stage (TRL): 4
Energy (Propulsion): Hybrid
Country: UK

Lillium Jet

Crew: 1
Passenger capacity: 5
Speed (MPH): 186
Range (Miles): 186
Development Stage (TRL): 5
Energy (Propulsion): Electric
Country: Germany

Joby Aviation

Crew: 1
Passenger capacity: 4
Speed (MPH): 200
Range (Miles): 150
Development Stage (TRL): 6
Energy (Propulsion): Electric
Country: US

XTI-Trifan

Crew: 1
Passenger capacity: 345
Range (Miles): 770
Development Stage (TRL): 3
Energy (Propulsion): Hybrid
Country: US

Vertical

Crew: 1
Passenger capacity: 4
Speed (MPH): 200
Range (Miles): 120
Development Stage (TRL): 2
Energy (Propulsion): Electric
Country: UK

Archer

Crew: 1
Passenger capacity: 4
Speed (MPH): 180
Range (Miles): 160
Development Stage (TRL): 4
Energy (Propulsion): Electric
Country: US

The Arc Journey

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ARC has extensive knowledge in the development of VTOL aircraft having successfully flown 4 unmanned aircraft.

News and insights

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ARC Forms Strategic Aerospace Joint Venture in Saudi Arabia

Supported by the National Industrial Development Centre and the Ministry of Industry and Mineral Resources of Saudi Arabia, we have established a Joint Venture with the Saudi company, Life Shield.

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Invitation to Invest in the Future of ARC Aerosystems

ARC Aerosystems has made notable progress over the past couple of years. Last year, we successfully showcased Europe’s largest UAV in Scotland under a British Government initiative. In 2023, ARC

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ARC Aerosystems Confirms Sale of 5 Pegasus Aircraft

Cranfield, United Kingdom – ARC Aerosystems has finalised a transaction for the sale of five Pegasusaircraft to a Scottish investor to lease to a pilot training school and an aerial

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Kevalya Sheth
AIRCRAFT DESIGN ENGINEER

Kevalya is an innovative aerospace engineer passionate about unmanned aerial systems, and sustainable civil aviation. He holds a Master’s in Aerospace Vehicle Design from Cranfield University and a Bachelor’s in Aerospace Engineering from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, where he gained experience in UAV design and aerodynamic analysis. Kevalya has over two years of experience at NewSpace Research and Technologies (Bengaluru, India), contributing to UAV design, testing, and AI integration for swarm drone operations. He played a key role in the first tandem wing UAV in India. With experience in aircraft design, structural analysis, aerodynamics, and flight testing, Kevalya brings valuable skills in cutting-edge aerospace projects involving unmanned systems and sustainable aviation.