Axter Aerospace has developed the first hybrid aviation system whose mission is to provide 40 hp of extra power to a combustion engine.
The Axter system is a complement to the main combustion engine, consisting of an electric motor for light aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles, powered by rechargeable lithium batteries in flight and the corresponding motor controller that provides an extra power of 40 hp in case of failure of the main motor, to allow a safe descent. The innovative technology used reduces the costs of maintenance, operations and aircraft fuselage, as well as the emission of pollutants to the environment.
AXTER Aeroespace shows the first hybrid sport aircraft at the Paris Air Show Le Bourget 2015.
Axter Aerospace, presented together with CT engineering group, its system at Paris Air Show Le Bourget. The AXTER system is the first hybrid aviation system capable of adding 40 hp extra to the combustion engine for short takeoffs, high climb rates or compensation for engine power loss during the hottest months.