Compared to traditional rotorcraft, Kiwigogo A-One is safer and more flexible, making it the ideal choice for future city commuting. Kiwigogo A-One brings additional safety and flexibility to rotorcraft. The use of eight rotors ensures continued safe operation if any of them were to fail. At the same time, it brings to the aircraft the ability to resist strong crosswinds.
The aircraft’s motor uses brush-less electric power and has a maximum output of 80 kW, translating into a maximum take-off weight of 800 kilograms. It has a maximum altitude of 3,000 meters, maximum speed of 72 km/h, and a range of 30 kilometres or 30 minutes, making it ideal for future city commuting. Other features include manual pilot control and automatic flight modes, gyroscopic stability integration systems, and GPS navigation.