Pyotr Petrovich Shilovsky (Russian: Пётр Петрович Шиловский) (1871 – June 3, 1957 in Herefordshire) was a Russian count, jurist, statesman, and governor of Kostroma in 1910-1912 and of Olonets Governorate in 1912-1913. He is best known as the inventor of the gyrocar, which he demonstrated for the first time in London in 1914. In 1922 Shilovsky emigrated to the United Kingdom.
- The Schilovski Gyrocar
- P.P. Shilovski The gyroscope: its practical construction and application, treating of the physics and experimental mechanics of the gyroscope, and explaining the methods of its application to the stabilization of monorailways, ships, aeroplanes, marine guns, etc., preface by Prof. C. V. Boys, F.R.S. 224 pages, London, E. & F. N. Spon, ltd.; New York, Spon & Chamberlain, 1924 ASIN B0000EFPRK
- SCHILOVSKY, P., 28, Dulwich Wood Park, London. May 31, 1933, No. 15695. Class 122 (v). Abstract of GB405513 405,513. Stuffing-box substitutes.[permanent dead link]
- Two-wheel monsters. Part One: Shilovsky's Gyrocar (in Russian)
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