SIGMA-6 is the sixth iteration of ASX’s revolutionary aircraft. Developed from a prototype in 2017, SIGMA-6 has been honed to create an optimal lean design with few moving mechanical parts for maximum reliability. Its flexible, scalable design allows the flight module to be employed in virtually any lift-and-deliver scenario.
SIGMA-6 has been engineered to assemble in just one hour, thanks to a design that utilizes cost-effective automotive components, together with proven, applicable high-run-rate manufacturing processes. It offers unparalleled safety throughout thanks to failure tolerant architectures. Low noise - critical for defense and urban operations – is achieved via an electric powertrain and rotary system. The noise level is equivalent to the noise signature of a pickup truck.
Mobile in minutes
SIGMA-6 can be mission-transformed in just under 2 minutes. This is at the heart of its versatility and flexibility. Competitor aircraft need to land and recharge. Not the SIGMA-6. We simply swap out a used battery container, for a fresh one, and it's ready to go on a new mission. The modular pod with integral batteries (PatentPending) is unique to ASX, minimizing downtime, maximizing efficiencies.
The possibilities of Pods
SIGMA-6 container and delivery systems are constructed around the concept of pods. The pods, which can hold one ton of cargo or passengers, can be configured for very specific missions. They are rapidly removed and installed, and are facilitated by an ASX-engineered ground shuttle that interfaces with SIGMA-6, transporting the pods to the aircraft. The pods utilize a unique quick release-and-attach system that secures the pod to the plane in seconds
SIGMA-6. There really is nothing like it in the air today.
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