The outside wheel of the impeller, higher pressure, is resulting in total to the flow. “This flow now flows to the circular wing kind of wing, the to the a ring together bent” is. Due to the Special geometry of the circular wing, a buoyancy force (pressure) is created in the flow and the Diskopter is powered. The customer benefits of the Diskopters is customer benefit, that he can fulfill all tasks previously propeller driven aircraft were used for. However, he avoids the disadvantages described. This bet is the Diskopter the following concrete benefits: higher efficiency and thereby greater driving force at same energy usage and geometric design of the aircraft and thus energy-saving or extending the usage time or increase the payload no injury or damage, and thus a greatly extended range (Diskopter can be used E.g.
in confined spaces and in the vicinity of humans and animals, land on the water..) simple and low-cost control easier calculation and construction and thus shorter development times and lower production costs propeller drives are (based not on the rotor) since Decades known and researched and yet they can so far not completely mathematically described. This development is an ideal propeller form only by means of time – and cost-intensive experiments and measurements possible. For the Diskopter, this less required smaller required area for generating analog buoyancy is no harmful effects in the flow and thus higher performance at the same time, longer shelf life and therefore higher investment yield low flow velocities in the drive. Thus he can land anywhere (E.g. in the form of a rescue ring) and quieter in operation of the Diskopter can on the one hand without charge be flown, E.g. in the hobby as a flying device, or as flying advertising media. On the other hand, can be fitted with sensors or cameras and can then for example: the Visual monitoring of interiors, buildings, industrial plants, agricultural land, residential or traffic areas (jam message) the observation of people, such as during demonstrations, sporting events or conflicts of meteorological measurement in support of rescue teams during disasters, accidents, accidents etc.