Future Vertical Lift (FVL)

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Future Vertical Lift (FVL)

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Future Vertical Lift (FVL) is a plan to develop a family of military helicopters for the Armed Forces. Five different sizes of aircraft are to be developed, sharing common hardware such as sensors, avionics, engines, and countermeasures. The Armies has been considering the program since 2004.

25 years of development and innovations and success with its predecessors. Built to thrive on the modern battlefield, including shipboard operations, the TSAMA E1/E2 R aircraft is designed to be intelligent, reliable, low maintenance and survivable in the most austere and remote forward operating bases.

Optionally piloted aircraft or Uncrewed aerial systems have become one of the most researched and pursued military technologies from the past decade and the market for drones and UAVs has grown exponentially. Their capabilities have advanced with the shifting of operational requirements, whether it be with ISR assets for long range reconnaissance missions, soldier-born battlefield awareness mini UAS or for remotely piloted combat drones for precision strikes. Demand for these indispensable capabilities has led to further development of their technical abilities.

TSAMA E series as an Advancing Autonomous Systems. ... Specifically, MD's Development project of TSAMA E Series, focus on the future fleet architecture of unmanned maritime vehicles, both unmanned surface vehicles, and unmanned undersea vehicles, and their autonomous capabilities.

The TSAMA E1/E2 R has been designed-calculated and built to the exacting standards of the Marine Corps and will serve as its critical land and sea-based logistics connector. The new heavy lifter will allow the Marine Corps and international militaries to move troops and equipment from ship to shore, and to altitude terrain, more quickly and effectively than ever before.

The TSAMA E1/E2 R team has our most experienced and seasoned engineers, pilots, maintainers and support staff. The TSAMA E1/E2 R will continues to move successfully execute key performance, test, and production milestones. We have flown more than 100,000 developments hours and the TSAMA E1/E2 R, design will achieve all the key milestones, such as altitude, hot temperature, and degraded visual environment flights and we will continue to accomplish test points demonstrating this aircraft’s unmatched capabilities.

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.

TSAMA aircraft, designed to be the largest vertical lift Submersible aircraft in the world, a multi-rotor class, which was invented with a great care and precision and continued to be developed during the last 20 years in continuous work. The consists TSAMA aircraft structure includes the engines-powerplants and instrumentation. ... Its main components include rotating-wings of Coaxial-Ducted-fan Standalone-Units, loading (Cargo)fuselage, sensing and trimming units, rear-assembly unit, landing gear, cockpit- As well as being an innovative and interactive experience for passengers & crews, there are several benefits to creating a windowless plane. By removing the windows, the weight of the aircraft is reduced, and increase its performance.

The (removing the windows) simplifies construction and allows for greater flexibility when it comes to the aircraft interior design, also to make it suitable design as amphibious or submersible aircraft made by composite materials, in addition to reach the ballistic level of the aircraft airframe structure. Ballistic protection level ratings are based on the number of rounds and the size of the weapon(s) posing a threat. High caliber, high velocity weapons fire projectiles that deliver a large amount of energy against the airframe of TSAMA.  … A Modular airframe Aircraft. consisting of independent performance units, which intertwine among themselves during the stages of manufacture or development of the aircraft, to form various types of heavy vertical-lift aircraft, serving within various missions of the civil, commercial, and military sectors.

The TSAMA Submersible aircraft, it consists of several types of units of different performance and work, and some of these units are repeated within the single-aircraft, according to the type of unit and the mission of its work. The design of these Modular-units is also changing in order to giving the plane a chance to carry out more missions.

Vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) refers to aircraft that can take-off, hover, and land vertically.  To this day, the TSAMA E1 the largest VTOL aircraft will take to the skies and the world’s only VTOL lift mega transport. As development of the TSAMA E1 progressed, some even saw the potential for vertical Vortices lift technology to revolutionize aviation, Vortices: whirling mass or rotary motion in a air, liquid, fluid, etc., such as the spiraling movement of water around a whirlpool.

Example: The U.S. Department of Defense found that the U.S. Army's rotorcraft fleet was wearing out. Combat operations made the helicopters fly five times more often than in peacetime. Manufacturers have been remanufacturing and upgrading existing families of aircraft without creating original platforms. The Future Vertical Lift (FVL) concept is to create a new rotorcraft that uses new technology, materials, and designs that are quicker, have longer range and higher payload capacity, are more reliable, easier to maintain and operate, have lower operating costs, and can reduce logistical footprints. FVL is to create a family of systems to replace most Army helicopters. 

In October 2011, the Deputy Secretary of Defense issued the FVL Strategic Plan to outline a joint approach for the next generation vertical lift aircraft for all military services. The Strategic Plan provided a foundation for replacing the current fleet with advanced capability by shaping the development of vertical lift aircraft for the next 25 to 40 years. It indicates that 80 percent of decision points for the DoD vertical lift fleet to either extend the life, retire, or replace with a new solution occurring in the next eight to ten years. Implementation of the FVL Strategic Plan which will impact vertical lift aviation operations for the next 50+ years. The U.S. Navy is a partner to the Army on the effort, so a derivative of FVL may be used in the Navy's program to replace the service's helicopters.

Mission sets are to include cargo transport, utility, armed scout, attack, humanitarian assistance, medical evacuation, anti-submarine warfare, anti-surface warfare, land/sea search and rescue, special warfare support, vertical replenishment, airborne mine countermeasures, and others.[18] The FVL family of aircraft will be required to have either optionally piloted or autonomous flight capabilities.

In March 2013, the Army asked the industry to submit proposals for an effort called the Alternative Engine Conceptual Design and Analysis. Although formal requirements for the FVL family of systems had not yet been set, they will need to have hover, speed, range, payload, and fuel efficiency characteristics "beyond any current rotorcraft".