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Bell 360 Invictus

Lift typeRotary wing
Construction typeFactory-built
Control typePiloted
Engine typeTurboshaft
ApplicationAttack, Military Transport
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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.

Type variants

Variant Launch/First flight Production end  
Bell 360 Invictus 2019 / Attack reconnaisance helicopter, with main and supplementary turboshaft engines.

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Airframe Systems / Environmental Systems

ITT Enidine Analysis | News Shock & Vibration Insulation: Passive Liquid Inertia Vibration Eliminator (LIVE) units

Airframe Systems / Fluid Power

Triumph Integrated Systems - Fluid Power & Actuation - Clemmons Analysis | News Hydraulic Pumps: Integrated hydraulic pump; Reservoirs:

Avionics / Flight and Data Management

Collins Aerospace, Avionics Division Analysis | News Avionics Management Systems: Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) tools and processes
DDC-I, Inc. Analysis | News Onboard Computers: Deos safety-critical DO-178 real-time operating system for use in a Data Concentrator Unit (DCU)
GE Aviation Systems Analysis | News Health & Usage Monitoring: Health awareness system

Power Systems / Engines

GE Aerospace Engines Analysis | News Turboshaft Engines: (T901 - Bell 360 Invictus - T901 )
Pratt & Whitney Canada Analysis Turboshaft Engines: (PW200 Series - Bell 360 Invictus - PW207D1 )

Production / Manufacturing Services

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