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Bell 360 Invictus

Rotorcraft in development for U.S. Army's FARA competition. With lift sharing wings and single engine with four blades based on the 525 Relentless rotor system.

Recent news releases:
02/10/2019: Bell announces 360 Invictus for U.S. Army FARA competition
26/09/2019: Bell teams with Collins Aerospace to deliver a high-performance solution for U.S. Army FARA




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Avionics / Flight and Data Management
Collins Aerospace, Avionics Division   Analysis | News   Avionics Management Systems: Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) tools and processes
 
Power Systems / Engines
GE Aircraft Engines   Analysis    Turboshaft Engines: T901 engine
 

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