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Mundus and AirStar High Tech VTOL UAV Drones to Go on Patrol in Gulf States for Perfect Storm

1st June 2009 - 13:10 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


Mundus Group a VTOL UAV technology provider and partner of AirStar announces the delivery of 12 state of the art VTOL UAVs (unmanned air vehicles) to Texas, Louisiana and Gulf coast government agencies for hurricane observation and early warning systems at $40,000 each.

The company stated, "This is just the beginning of something huge and we're very excited to be involved, supplying our breakthrough technology to additional government agencies. These UAV's can also be used as post disaster monitoring for safe infrastructure, looting and emergency response to victims.

The monitoring of multiple busy traffic intersections around a city while recording detailed activities can be coordinated easily with a network of Aerial Surveillance Drones floating silently hovering overhead at 1,000 feet."

On another note, the Management of Mundus and AirStar stated, "We are energized to announce the entering of serious negotiations to solidify our UAV co development relationship that began in 2002 with our 1st Ducted fan UAV drone under a 3 year Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with the US Navy, Roadable Aircraft and AirStar International.

The vehicle was designed specifically for "flight control system tests" using electric motors conducted at RAI's interior hangar space facility while under co development agreement with US Navy.

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