Air Drone's Parent Company, Mundus Group Releases Breakthrough UAV-VTOL Aerial Surveillance and Stealth Operation Technology
Mundus Group and AirStar announced to the focusing of their efforts on commercializing AirStar's UAV Aerial Surveillance packages with training courses and technology that allow autonomous flight for 2 hours of stealth operation at 100 to 7,500 feet altitude, above city attractions, busy intersections, airports, beaches and events while providing high definition real time video to laptops and monitors anywhere.
The strategic partnership will allow the ability to focus on license plate size objects and track moving or fixed objects in flight while relaying GPS pin-point accuracy coordinates. The Company plans to have demonstrations available.
Air Drone is a new company dedicated to the cutting edge of VTOL UAVs. Air Drone's parent company, the Mundus Group, announced the strategic partnership with AirStar who is the co-developer and will be co-building the next generation of UAVs under the Mundus Group's new division, Air Drone Inc. and as a dedicated aerial surveillance system and service provider for military and government agencies.
The Mundus-AirStar partnership will train UAV-VTOL operators and VTOL tech engineers to provide a nationwide network of commercial aerial surveillance service centers and UAV-VTOL training schools that will service and provide support for the new UAV-VTOLs.
Pictured at http://www.airdroneinc.com/surveillance.htm show AirStar RAI co-developed, built and flight tested UAV.
This UAV was Air Drone's first prototype and was completed while engaged in a 3 year CRADA, Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with the US Navy at Point Mugu Naval Air base, California between 2001 and 2004, which ultimately culminated in a US patent for RAI's VTOL Flying Car using 16 counter-rotating propellers within a ducted fan enclosure.
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