Transportation without infrastructure ...revolutionizing cargo mobility

our vehicle

Introducing...

Turtleback



Enabling Differentiators
  • Electric Hybrid Propulsion
  • Air Cargo & Utility Applications
  • Autonomous Flight Operations
  • Coaxial Rotorcraft
  • Hover Capability
problems & solutions

Air Cargo


PROBLEM - UNRELIABILITY
  • Just-in-time is evolving to just-in-sequence (only hours of manufacturing components on hand)
  • B-to-B commerce breaks down when supply chains are disrupted
  • Fragile transportation networks (i.e. traffic, island chains, mountainous regions)
AFFORDABLE UTILITY
  • No compromise vehicle, purpose-built for air cargo
  • Autonomous waypoint to waypoint transport of freight
  • Lowest cost option for mid-mile air delivery
  • Reduced congestion on surface roads
  • Accelerated speed of business

Humanitarian


PROBLEM - INFRASTRUCTURE
  • Natural and man-made disasters disrupt infrastructure (bridges, roads, airports, and rail)
  • Truck deliveries affected by available routes, speed limits and weather conditions
  • Communities are isolated, cut off from essential resources (power grid, medical care, clean water)
  • Infrastructure is time consuming and expensive to replace

FLI REMOTE ACCESS
  • Remote power generation for hospitals, refugee camps, and businesses
  • Up to 300 kW continuous available
  • Ground Zero, the most desperately impacted area, can now receive rapid and critical attention with autonomous flight delivery
  • The uncertainty of infrastructure goes away; no runway, no electrical power, no problem


Firefighting


PROBLEM - WILDFIRES
  • Expensive specialized aircraft, with highly trained crews, leading to large platforms for economies of scale
  • Manned aircraft require high risk avoidance leading to higher altitudes and fewer flights
  • Spikes in asset demand occur seasonally in everchanging locations
FLI Firefighting
  • Thermal imaging to identify hot-spots
  • Unmanned terrain mapping and avoidance, allowing lower flights
  • Ground crew directly controls assets
  • Flight units can be easily transported to site, and quickly employed as needed
  • An automated flight path and schedule can be established, night watch becomes more likely to catch flare ups

Air Mobility


PROBLEM - GRIDLOCK
  • Transportation networks are not keeping pace with demand
  • Loss of productivity on the rise
  • Increasing pollution is stressing the environment
  • Urbanization - by 2040 there will be 110 Megacities, 7.1 billion people who will live in urban areas
FLI ELECTRIC ROTORCRAFT (FLIER)
  • Introduces the 3rd dimension to a traditionally 2D problem (flight)
  • Electric, five-passenger, eVTOL air vehicle that flies above the congestion
  • Designed to be affordable, safe, quiet, and environmentally responsible
  • Leaving you time for the things you love the most

Medevac


PROBLEM - LIMITED TIME
  • Medical emergencies often occur in isolated locations
  • Air medical transport is limited due to high cost and qualified personnel
  • The Golden Hour is that most critical hour after an injury occurs that has the highest chance in saving a life
FLI Medevac
  • Autonomy means help is sent as soon as communication is received; the vehicle maintains a perpetual state of readiness
  • Adverse weather, fog, smoke, and darkness have little impact on vehicle operations
  • The low cost and ease of operations enables the vehicle to be forward deployed and distributed to remote locations
partners

Trusted Partners

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experience
Freedom Lift Innovations Team Experience
who we are
Stew Miller
Meet Me

Stew Miller

CEO

Stew is the Chief Executive Officer of FLI and as a retired F-14 pilot he is used to leading highly talented teams.

Troy Langley

Troy Langley

President

Troy is the President of FLI and is responsible for daily operations of the company. He is an experienced entrepreneur and aerospace leader.

Bissell Smith

Bissell Smith

CFO

Bissell is the Chief Financial Officer of Freedom Lift Innovations. Among other duties he also manages Shared Services.

Richard Harrison

Richard Harrison

CTO

Richard is the Chief Technology Officer of FLI with responsibility for technology maturation and is the lead inventor of our designs.

David Miltenberger

David Miltenberger

VP Aircraft Development

David is the Vice President of Aircraft Development and leads all aircraft programs for FLI. He has led development on some of the largest DoD programs.

Chris Duffey

Chris Duffey

VP Engineering

Chris is the Vice President of Engineering and leads all of the engineering staff for FLI. He has led significant development efforts in autonomous flight.

contact

Florida, USA

Melbourne, FL 32901

info@fli.tech

(321) 233-5665

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