Carrying a past innovation into the future, Bell's teams are revitalizing research and development efforts for High-Speed Vertical Takeoff and Landing (HSVTOL) designs that will support future military missions for personnel recovery, logistics, and special operations missions.
Bell Executive Vice President of Commercial Business and Innovation Michael Thacker shared Bell's path for the future amongst industry partners and legislators during his testimony in front of the House Science, Space and Technology Committee in July 2018. Watch the full committee meeting or read his testimony below.
Bell joins a consortium leading the project “Aircraft for the digital and green mobility of tomorrow” to develop advanced propulsion systems to support future technology.
Our teams hold STEM educational camps to inspire local students through exciting real-world challenges. Each year, Bell invites schools throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex to compete by building vertical lift robotic solutions with guidance from Bell Engineering mentors. See how these bright young minds create advanced aerial vehicles.