Legal Notice: This website is a strategic Innovation guidance of the TSAMA - VTOL Submersible Modular Aircraft only. It does not constitute part of an offer or contract. The designs & specifications are subject to change without prior notice. No information published on this website constitutes a solicitation. ... Since 2013, the innovator (Muayad S. Dawood Alsamaraee) decided to publish every decade, some of his designs and innovations, to provide an idea of the new generation of the upcoming naval forces platforms.  To prove his industrial, technical, scientific, innovation, and development. The development of the TSAMA - VTOL Submersible Modular Aircraft, started officially since 2003.

TSAMA planes look like a hammerhead shark. Nicknamed the Hammerhead, the TSAMA looks like a mythical beast flying through the sky, and, naturally submersible like hammerhead shark, it's status in modern submersible aircraft is a mysterious one, indeed. The "PP" stands for a new secret of propellation solutions, innovated by Muayad Alsamaraee, a strategic -innovator, innovates worldwide, with multi headquarters represents him in TURKEY, Canada, and the ASEAN Countries.


The innovation of TSAMA aircraft, can introduce a framework that aims to recognize how successive changes in the Navy industry of warships to be TSAMA VTOL Submersible Modular Aircraft, and what will happening, during the next 10 years.

The TSAMA E Series aircraft it will be TSAMA - VTOL Submersible Modular Aircraft, Future Vertical Lift (FVL), Optionally Piloted Aircraft (OPA). … The TSAMA - (T)Tandem Ducted-fans, (S)Submersible, (A)Amphibious, (M)Modular Standalone-Units, (A)Artificial Intelligence Ability, project contains more than 17 innovations as a strategic intellectual property related to TSAMA submersible aircraft, has been innovating, the development stared from 2003 and will be ready for service in 2027. ... It should be noted that these are unexpensive aircraft, it will not take a number of years to accumulate a significant number of TSAMA aircraft.

The catch-up cycle, occur over time in a sector. In catch-up cycles, latecomer firms and countries emerge as international leaders, whereas old innovations lose its previous positions. old-leaders are then dethroned, by newcomers-leaders. 

To identify factors at the base of catch-up cycles, this TSAMA - VTOL Submersible Modular Aircraft Innovation, adopts a sectoral system framework and identifies windows of opportunity that may emerge during the long-run evolution of an industry. 

This innovation containing three windows related to the specific dimensions of a sectoral system. One dimension is related to changes in knowledge and technology. The second dimension pertains to changes in demand, and the third includes changes in institutions and public policy. 

The combination of the opening of a window (technological, demand, or institutional/policy) and the responses of firms and other components of the sectoral system of the latecomer and incumbent countries determines changes in TSAMA aircraft industrial leadership and how it can catch-up.