Skyryse One begins new era of simpler, safer aviation

Skyryse One, powered by SkyOS (image credit: Skyryse)

Skyryse has been able to completely rethink cockpit design by replacing the decades-old mechanical controls and removing hundreds of potential points of aircraft failure.

Powering the controls is SkyOS, their proprietary operating system that offers simplified control and an aircraft-agnostic, triply-redundant fly-by-wire system.

Dr. Mark Groden, founder and CEO of Skyryse said: “The Skyryse One might look familiar on the outside, but the similarities to any other aircraft end there.

“Since the invention of vertical flight, pilots have juggled four controls simultaneously, using both hands and both feet just to keep it airborne.”

Skyryse has removed the complex mechanical controls and replaced them with a single four-axis control stick reminiscent of that found in an F-35, thanks to a completely integrated fly-by-wire system and flight control software.

The single control stick is combined with two intuitive touch screens, uncluttered by the traditional complex array of boxes, controls, and indicators.

The Skyryse One cockpit puts the pilot fully in command, while freeing them from mundane, error-prone chores.

Skyryse One restores peace-of-mind to simply enjoy the flight.

SkyOS – The simplest, safest, and smartest system in the sky.