Aircraft Dimensions

Fuselage height 2,55 m – 8,37 ft
Fuselage length 8,92 m – 29,27 ft
Wingspan 13,2 m – 43,31 ft
Cabin volume 4,98 m3 – 176 ft3
Max seating capacity 5
Fuel tank capacity 2×250 lt – 2×66 US Gal

Powerplant

Engine Manufacturer Lycoming IO-360 C1E6
Engine power 200 HP
Propeller Two-bladed Variable Pitch
Fuel consumption 36 lt/h – 9,5 US Gal /h (each engine)
Fuel type Avgas

Skycar Surveyor:

A basic medium range state of the art platform designed to meet a wide range of network-enabled operations:
– maritime surveillance
– homeland security
– illegal immigration surveillance
– search and rescue
– medical evacuation
– enviromental survey&risk analisys
– support to humanitarian missions
– illegal building surveillance
– powerline/gasduct network surveillance
– light cargo, vip transport, aerotaxi

Skycar XMP:

The ideal solution for detection, recognition and identification of targets in all weather Day&Night conditions.
EOST46, the latest development of the succesful EOST family, thanks to its excellent stabilizationa and high performance

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Skycar Medevac Configuration:

Skycar Medevac configurations are developed for use for medical support by exploiting the large size of the rear tailgate and the large interior space.

Cabin is properly set up to allow:

– facilitate the loading of one or more patients on stretchers
– transporting the same safely
– the presence of medical care required during transport
– medical first responders (BLS-Basic Life Support);

The equipment to ensure these functions are:

– One or more stretchers with appropriate restraint systems
– Little chairs for the appropriate number of medical staff
– Compartments suitable for the transport of medical supplies
– Internal lighting system that allows to provide adequate care
– Intercom system (ICS)
– Medical equipment (Life Support Equipment) appropriate to the mission:
– Medical oxygen system
– Blood pressure monitoring device
– Defibrillator
– Electrocardiograph
– Vacuum cleaner
– Automatic respirator

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Skycar Light ISR:

SKYCAR LIGHT ISR are developed for use for medical support by exploiting the large size of the rear tailgate and the large interior space.

Cabin is properly set up to allow:

– facilitate the loading of one or more patients on stretchers
– transporting the same safely
– the presence of medical care required during transport
– medical first responders (BLS-Basic Life Support);

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The equipment to ensure these functions are:

– One or more stretchers with appropriate restraint systems
– Little chairs for the appropriate number of medical staff
– Compartments suitable for the transport of medical supplies
– Internal lighting system that allows to provide adequate care
– Intercom system (ICS)
– Medical equipment (Life Support Equipment) appropriate to the mission:
– Medical oxygen system
– Blood pressure monitoring device
– Defibrillator
– Electrocardiograph
– Vacuum cleaner
– Automatic respirator

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Design Weigths & Loading

MTOW 2150 kg – 4740 lb
OEW 1665 kg – 3671 lb
Useful Load 430 kg – 948 lb
Baggage Allowance 334 kg – 736 lb

Performance

Vmax 270 km/h – 146 kts
Cruise speed 75% 250 km/h – 135 kts
Stall speed 113 km/h – 61 kts
Pratical ceiling 5500 m – 18000 ft
Take off run 364 m – 1194 ft
Take off distance 469 m – 1539 ft
Landing run 399 m – 1309 ft
Landing distance 614 m – 2014 ft
Rate of climb 5 m/s – 984 ft/min
Range 55% ‘Best Economy’ 770 NM
Range 65% ‘Best Economy’ 730 NM
Range 75% ‘Best Power’ 580 NM

Skycar Special Version Brochure

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Specifications
The SKYCAR is an unpressurised twin engine aircraft with retractable landing gear.
Its large cabin is able to receive up to 5 peoples including a minimum crew of 1.
The aircraft is powered by two Lycoming engines IO-360 C1E6 mounted on the wing in pushed configuration.Due to cabin design the interior arrangement may be changed very easily from air-taxi to cargo version and include several intermediate configurations, as, for example, medical evacuations.
Access to cabin is via two large crew doors located on both side of fuselage.
The rear part of the fuselage includes two tail booms on which two vertical fins are located, between whose a large bonnet allows a very easily luggage storage.

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Following ranges and images are for demonstrative only. OMA SUD reserves the right to make all changes without prior notice.

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Avionics

SKYCAR is designed for a single pilot IFR operations.

The cockpit design philosophy is to keep it simple, but use state-of-the-art technology. It’s completely “glass cockpit” drives for:Enhancing situational awareness;

Improving system monitoring and control;The design is based on an integrated digital avionics suite, which concentrates most of avionic functions, and uses of a large-scale colour displays. In addition, dual sensor configuration increases A/C reliability.

The suite completely integrates flight instruments, autopilot, communication, navigation, optional weather radar and lightning warning systems, interfaces to engine indication and crew alerting, and to other aircraft systems, providing a highly reliable system designed for ease of operation and reduced cockpit workload.
The design implements comprehensive integrated architecture both for baseline and optional functions and equipment.

Basic Avionics Package
#1 Primary Flight Display (PFD)
#1 Multi Function Display (MFD)
#1 Analogy Interface Unit
#2 Air Data Attitude Heading Reference System (ADAHRS)
#1 GPS/WAAS Receiver
#2 VHF Communication Radio/ VHF Nav function and GPS Receiver
#1 Two – axis fail-safe Auto Flight Control System (AFCS),
#1 Audio Panel with Marker Beacon
#1 Mode-S ATC Transponder
#1 Emergency Locator Transmitter Tx
#2 Engine Monitoring System
Electrical Stand-by Instrument System provides triple architecture redundancy with the following equipments:
1# Electrical Attitude Indicator – 2 inch
1# Airspeed indicator – 2 inch
1# Altitude Indicator – 2 inch
1# Magnetic Compass
Optional Avionics Package
#1 2nd Co-pilot Primary Flight Display (PFD)
#1 2nd Co-pilot Multi Function Display (MFD)
#1 ADF Receiver
#1 DME Receiver
#1 Radar Altimeter
#1 Weather Radar Sensor
#1 Stormscope ®
#1 TAS
Powerplant
Skycar aircraft is powered by two Lycoming engines IO-360 C1E6.
It is a reliable aircraft engine that powers almost the 80% of the General Aviation Aircraft around the world.
– Engines
SKYCAR is powered by two Lycoming engines IO-360-C1E6 installed in pusher configuration. Engines are fuel injected and supply 200 Hp ea @ 2700 RPM. Lycoming is a reliable aircraft engine that powers almost the 80% of the General Aviation Aircraft around the world.
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– Propeller
2-Blade Constant Speed Hydraulically Controller with Feathering Propeller, Hartzell.
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– Cowling
Engine cowling has been designed through the aid of CFD methods to reduce cooling drag and to improve engine cooling both on ground and in flight.
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Landing Gear
The retractable landing gear employ three electrical actuators with a backup mechanical emergency extension system to provide both normal and emergency operations. Emergency operation consists in pulling the red lever for 14 times. engines
Features
  • Less components, low costs;
  • Electrical actuation increase reliability compared with the hydraulic one;
  • Emergency mechanical actuation is more reliable than the pneumatic or gravity one;
  • Each actuator is independent on the others;
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Other Systems
Flight control systemsThe Skycar Aircraft is designed with superb pilot handling in mind. Emphasis is placed on ease of control, flight safety and system redundancy.
The primary flight controls are of conventional type operated by dual control wheels and dual rudder pedals; they are constituted by push-pull rod:
– Ailerons
– Stabilator all movable
– Twin rudder
– Steering, with automatic in-flight disengagement;
Features
• Increased safety and reliability
• Low backlash
• Improved control feeling
• Easy maintenance operations
• Low maintenance costs
• Dual redundant, dual rudder control
Secondary flight controls are electrically actuated:- Flap;
– Rudder Trim;
– Pitch trim/tab;
Features• State of the art technology;
• Reduced pilot workload;
• Easy operations;
• Electrical indicators for secondary surfaces position;
• Redundant control system for the pitch trim/tab; .

Anti Ice system
The A/C is not certified for flying in known icing conditions.
A propeller electrical de-ice is provided as standard equipment, while a wing de-ice system is provided as optional equipment.

Fuel
Two tanks are provided in each wing (250 litres each).
The fuel system is designed taking into account:
– Safety – Reliability
– Easy Operations
– Reduced pilot workload
– Maintenability

Features:
• Tank design prevents the interruption of fuel supply also in long non steady manoeuvres;
• Low shut-off time;
• Fast fuel supply when shifting to X-Fed;
• Reliable resistive fuel indicator;
• Lighted overhead fuel control panel.

The available fuel type is AvGas 100 or 100LL grade.

Interiors

The interiors design is based on an Automotive concept, with the interiors production like a expensive limousine , to offer comfort to the passangers.
– Two crew & passenger doors
– Rear windshield
– Front & Rear bonnets
– Front bonnet: to house electronics equipment, battery, electrical generation and distribution, avionics ..
– Rear bonnet: luggage ..

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3D Models and renderigns of SkyCar interiors

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Skycar Certification

08th Jenuary 2010
Type Certificate issued by EASA

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