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To design the exterior and interior of a 100% electric vertical take-off aircraft intended for organ transport.


Every year, the lack of available organs and their accessibility results in thousands of deaths. Unither Bioelectronics, a division of Unither Therapeutics, an incredible visionary Maryland-based company led by Martine Rothblatt, aims to produce an unlimited supply of transplantable organs from xenotransplantation. In order to develop a vertical take-off electric aircraft capable of rapidly delivering genetically modified organs from their laboratory to urban transplant centers, Unither mandated a multidisciplinary team in which we teamed up with Zenith Altitude, Optis Engineering, CTA BRP and NGC Aerospace. Brio Innovation mission was to participate in the definition of the architecture, the ergonomic validations, the styling of the fairing, as well as the interior design of this environmentally friendly aircraft.


  • User study
  • Competition study
  • Trend study
  • Gaps and opportunities identification
  • Design vision
  • Brainstorming
  • Storyboards
  • Product architecture
  • Ergonomics
  • Concept generation
  • Class A surface modeling
  • Photorealistic 3D rendering
  • Animations
  • Virtual reality experience (VR)


Unither Bioelectronics' goal is to provide an unlimited organ supplies for patients waiting for transplants. One day, this aircraft will transport a pilot, a medical technician, and organs over a distance of 250 NM (463 km). The media coverage that this project has received, combined with our customer and our partner companies pride confirms the importance of pursuing our work towards missions that are as revolutionary as they are human.