Under the proposed plans, which officials hope will be finalized in January, Moller will contribute its intellectual property to the joint venture, including aircraft designs, Rotapower aviation engines, ducted fan designs and flight control system architecture. In return, Moller will receive a seven-figure "up front" equity investment, plus larger funding in support of U.S. operations. Moller would receive 25 percent ownership in the joint venture, plus a royalty on each unit produced and sold in China.
Moller has nothing. There are competent experts available in each of the disciplines you listed, not to mention the several dozen Moe and the like always gloss over. All the technologies required for the Skycar are pretty much available off-the-shelf. Nothing Moe has cooked up is new nor are any of his versions of same in any way proven. Not gonna happen.