The main operational challenge that Airships and Hybrid Airships face is the inability to control static lift while cargo is off-loaded. The static lift that comes from helium gas is responsible for lifting tens of tons of cargo. But once the cargo is off-loaded, Airships and Hybrid Airships become extremely light, and the static lift causes them to float away. During this process, they require ballast, typically dirt or water, to keep them anchored to the ground.
Aeroscraft's first-in-the-world Internal Ballast Control system is different in that it allows the craft to off-load cargo without using ballast. Built with a rigid structure, the Aeroscraft can control lift at all stages with its Vertical Takeoff and Landing (VTOL) capabilities and carry maximum payload hovering.