eVTOL com­pa­ny, Jet­son, has cho­sen Paraze­ro to devel­op para­chute safe­ty sys­tems for its Jet­son One per­son­al air­craft, reports a press release. The Jet­son ONE is con­struct­ed of a race car inspired light­weight alu­mini­um space frame and Car­bon-Kevlar com­pos­ite body. It is pow­ered by eight elec­tric motors, has a flight time of 20 min­utes; reach­ing a top speed of 63 mph; and runs on a high dis­charge lithi­um-ion bat­tery, while car­ry­ing a pilot’s weight of up to 95kg.

Stéphan D’haene the company’s new CEO, con­firms its com­mit­ment to safe­ty. “The unique low alti­tude air­frame recov­ery sys­tem of ParaZe­ro is com­ple­ment­ing the redun­dant propul­sion and fail-safe sys­tems stan­dard on the Jet­son ONE,” he explained, “We are focus­ing on a com­plete and inte­grat­ed solu­tion, and ParaZe­ro has the right set­up and engi­neer­ing team to sup­port Jetson’s safe­ty pri­or­i­ties.”

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Tomasz Patan, Jetson’s co-Founder and Head of Inno­va­tion, remarked, “Intro­duc­ing and incor­po­rat­ing the best pos­si­ble safe­ty tech­nol­o­gy is high on Jetson’s devel­op­ment pri­or­i­ties and was one of the rea­sons for select­ing ParaZe­ro and their patent­ed para­chute deploy­ment tech­nol­o­gy.“

Boaz Shet­zer

Boaz Shet­zer, CEO of ParaZe­ro added, “Jet­son have man­aged to gen­er­ate huge trac­tion for their Jet­son ONE and can open vast flight oppor­tu­ni­ties for many peo­ple around the world. ParaZero’s patent­ed para­chute launch­ing tech­nol­o­gy will enable the safest pos­si­ble flight enve­lope for Jet­son ONE users, meet­ing the chal­lenges for low alti­tude recov­ery.”

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