NEVA Aerospace – Electric Turbofans

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Neva Aerospace is offering the first ever electric turbofans (ETFs)*optmized for static thrust and VTOL/STOL. The unique turbofan housing design further ingeniously boosts thrust with no extra weight added.

The breakthrough technology of the Athena Series ETFs will displace uncaged rotor blades in the current commercial drone applications and will create exciting new possibilities for the development of the next generation of unmanned aerial systems.

Neva Aerospace is a European consortium based in the United Kingdom. It partners with key clients, technology suppliers, and financial institutions to develop technologies for unmanned air vehicles (UAVs), Unmanned Air Cargo(UAC), aerial robotic platforms (ARP), and electric aviation. It owns a portfolio of patents and technologies which are among the most advanced worldwide. As of January 2016 Neva Consortium counts 5 companies with more than 100 people.

Athena A – A for autonomous – turbines are designed for engineers who are working at the forefront of UAS design and are hungry for solutions to the limitations of uncaged rotor blades.

The combination of light weight and remarkable stability and yaw control, particularly so for the two-stage version, affords designers with unprecedented options for multiple turbines to be used and controlled in synch, and offers increased scope for redundancy.

Two-stage and single-stage (clockwise or counter-clockwise) versions are offered with maximum trust of 2.5kgf and 2.0kgf.









Key features:

Safety is intrinsic in the design of all Neva EDFs, and there are no un-caged propellers

  • Internal redundancy with 2 separate stages, 2 engines, and 2 ESCs
  • Intrinsic safety
  • Reduced size
  • Greater efficiency

Athena A (autonomous) is currently offered in two variants:

  • 1ET: 1 stage clockwise (CW) or counter-clockwise (CCW)
  • 2ET: 2 stages counter-rotating

Athena Series turbines are made In Europe and are delivered fully assembled with Electronic Speed Controllers (ESC), motors and propellers.


Typical usage for manned or unmanned aircraft:

  • Bespoke applications for medium sized UAS/UAV
  • Bespoke heavy-payload, high-safety UAV/UAA
  • Extreme sports (paraglider, base-jump, Turbo-Ski, etc…)
  • Security and defence applications
  • Electric aviation for high -efficiency VTOL and slow -speed linear flight
  • Airships for high efficiency thrust for VTOL & slow speed linear flight

BROCHURE LINK: Neva Aerospace Athena V1.x Electric Turbofan

BROCHURE LINK: Neva Aerospace

LINK: The Physics of next-generation electric flight

More info on EOLE Drones – based on Athena-A ETF

Eole – Turbodrone – Flight Test – France – Oct 2017 from Neva Aerospace Ltd on Vimeo.

Neva New Concepts for Aero-transportation – German World Automotive Show – Oct. 2017 from Neva Aerospace Ltd on Vimeo.

Call +1 (810) 441-1457 or Email: for cost/delivery.


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