Scott received the issued federal patent awards for the first pressure-membrane vehicles. His electric car system won Congressional commendation, multi-million dollar federal funding awards from the United States Congress, industry acclaim and a trove of customer letters-of-support.
Modern bumpers and auto dashboards are foam shrouded membranes because that is what is safest and lightest weight in order to achieve the best MPG and safety metrics. Scott’s cars use foam shrouded pressure membranes and NASA-class airbags around the entire vehicle to place the passengers inside the ultimate safety enclosure. Much of the membrane safety structure is hidden within the body of the vehicle in some designs and fully exposed, as a safety surface, in other designs.
Scott has built and delivered a huge number of automobiles and vehicle systems.
The technology he developed has the following advantages:
- The lowest selling-price electric vehicle (magnitudes lower cost than a Tesla or Fisker)
- The first “dent-proof” electric vehicle
- The first crash-resistant and crash dampening vehicle
- The safest vehicle - can withstand a 150 MPH crash & floats in a water emergency
- The best MPG and MPGe vehicle ratings in current markets
- 20X longer range than a Tesla
- The easiest-to-repair vehicle
- The best manufacturing BOM and the easiest to volume manufacture
- All fuel acquired from domestic sources
- 20X less explosive and less toxic fuel than a Tesla or Fisker
- The easiest volume factory build in any UAW facility
- Exceeded the comparative metrics of EVERY competing provider
- Presented the largest volume of customer letters-of-interest-to-purchase to Congress and U.S. DOE ever provided by an applicant
- The most 4WD and flood recovery capability vehicle
Most of the vehicles Scott developed used the following kind of engine (click the link to view video):
Other vehicles and systems Scott and his Teams developed and built can be seen in this video (click the link to view video):
Scott was involved in NASA's effort to develop a landing system for Mars and suggested the air bag landing system to the head of the NASA Mars mission. His design was first rejected as "unfeasible" but later accepted as the final design that was actually used to land on Mars because no other system was found to have been capable of delivering the mission.
Pressure membrane structures are now in use throughout auto development; proving that they work, they save money and they save lives:
Scott has been awarded a number of federal patents after the U.S. Government examined the record and determined that Scott was the first inventor of the technology:
The United States Congress has affirmed Scott's technologies:
Scott received acclaim in Popular Science, Popular Mechanics, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, NPR and hundreds of other publications:
Scott's vehicle designs received rave reviews from customers:
Scott has ground-up built or fully-rebuilt a large number of traditional vehicles and built hundreds of infltable and pressure membrane structures for corporate and government clients:
Exotic Defense and Tactical Vehicle Prototypes included a flying vehicle and a folding vehicle that could be packed into a duffel bag and air-dropped to rescue teams:
Here is one of the powerplants installed in Scott's own car and fully functional:
For Scott's largest government project, he developed a partnership of over 100 car factories and development facilituies across the USA. This resulted in tremendous G&A cost reductions and a dramtic increase in development innovation:
As of today, no vehicle developer in the world has beat the metrics of the MUV 1!