How would you like to be part of Aviation history? Aerobat Aviation, Inc. (AAI) has the team and technology to build the world's first viable manned saucer aircraft in the next 18 months. Wind tunnel tests have been completed on AAI's patented circular airframe "saucer" known as "Geobat" at Georgia Tech and Auburn University. In addition, flight tests of AAI's 1 and 2 meter prototypes showed numerous aerodynamic advantages over common tube and wing construction. Some of these characteristics include: a nearly stall free landing, heavier payload capabilities, shorter take off and landings and high stability in a low aspect wing ratio design. When you combine Aerobat's EchoTrek guidance system with the Geobat airframe design you get an extremely stable aircraft that can fly itself or be manned. Imagine sitting in the cockpit and being flown remotely from New York to Paris? Just look at what the Drone market has done in the last 5 years.
Aerobat Aviation's team of experts include Dr. Dean Goedde, Sr. Engineer, who is an experienced UAV developer and flight systems control designer. Dr. Goedde has been implementing and designing airframes, autopilots and sensors for the last 10 years. AAI has also employed the services of Dr. Rudolf Goldflam as their CTO and he has over 30 years experience working as the lead engineer for ATK-Mission Research in Santa Barbara, CA. Dr. Goldflam has industry expertise working in the electro-optics/advanced sensors field and missile defense systems. In addition to their technical experts, the remaining team at Aerobat possesses backgrounds in aeronautical engineering, economics, Rf communications and the US Military.
Your generous contributions combined with Aerobat Aviation's team of experts and industry leading partnerships we can change aerospace as we know it and open up the skies for many future applications like space travel. How many times did you see something in a science fiction movie 20 years ago and now it's all over the place. Just look at the iPhone. How much longer are we going to fly around in tubes with wings? Engage the future.....now is the time!
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