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Aeros Expanding Strategic Competitive Advantages for the Aeroscraft Before Cargo Airship Competitors Can Enter ‘Blue Sky’ Air Transport Sector

May 24, 2013

Aeros next generation technology development programs speeding production & scalability of aeroscraft fleet, which will deliver heavy and oversized cargos globally, from point-of-origin to point-of-need

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 24, 2013

Worldwide Aeros Corp. (Aeros) announced today five major technology acceleration efforts underway to support the production of ML866 (66-ton cargo payload) and ML868 (250-ton cargo payload) Aeroscraft variants. To create the most effective vertical-takeoff-and-landing (VTOL) cargo transport aircraft in the world, Aeros is continuing the development of new technologies to ensure that the advanced lighter-than-air (LTA) aircraft stays in front of its competitors for decades.

“Aeros is in a fortunate position to have proprietary technology that allows our aircraft to do things no one else can, while solving problems for customers no one else can today; however, at Aeros, innovation never stops,” explains Aeros CEO Igor Pasternak, chief designer of the Aeroscraft. “As we head into the fleet production phase and scaling, Aeros desires to streamline the scaled production process, and wants to extend the numerous competitive advantages our team has worked so hard to establish.”

Numerous technology programs are concurrently progressing under Pasternak´s leadership to ensure the Aeroscraft innovation is both affordable to build and to operate, as well as reliable and effective, when soon establishing the VTOL air cargo market for the 21st Century. These programs are ultimately being implemented to retain and further establish strategic competitive advantages over market entrants, and include:

Improved Control-of-Static-Heaviness (COSH) — While COSH is proprietary and revolutionary, Aeros is currently developing an improved COSH system for the Aeroscraft ML866. The program is focused on weight reduction as well as reducing acquisition, operating and support costs, while simultaneously improving performance of the COSH buoyancy management system for rapid and controlled Helium management that enables true VTOL flight at full payload.

Internal Cargo Handling System — Aeros is continuing refinement of its proprietary integrated cargo handling system to minimize loading and unloading time and increase delivery speed, to facilitate needed usage scenarios.

Vehicle Management Systems Integrated Technology for Affordable Lifecycle Costs (VITAL) — New fly-by-wire technology and components will bring all flight, engine and utility controls into distributed common processors through a modern fiber optic network. The benefits of VITAL include reductions in weight, cost, and aircrew workload.

Structure Technology — Aeros is also continuing to refine lightweight 3D structures with the goal of further reducing their cost and weight. This structure technology enhancement will provide increased cargo payload capacity for Aeroscraft clients and end users.

Open Systems Avionics (OSA) — The Aeroscraft is undergoing avionics integration, employing open systems standards used by the commercial industry, as well as hardware and software components such as high speed networks, processors and real-time operating systems. The benefits of OSA include cost reduction, increased capability and greater tolerance for parts obsolescence.

The Aeroscraft is able to compress inert helium for in-flight ballasting using a (COSH) buoyancy management system. This enables true VTOL flight without the external ballast or ground infrastructure required by other vehicles. By being able to control the vehicle´s heaviness, the Aeroscraft has eliminated the need for infrastructure and ground personnel. This has opened a new era for cargo logistics for industries around the world. Learn more at http://www.aeroscraft.com.

About Aeroscraft: An Aeroscraft is a new type of Rigid Variable Buoyancy Air Vehicle, designed to control lift in all stages of air or ground operations, including the ability to off-load heavy payloads without the need to re-ballast. For the first time in history, an aircraft has been designed to control and adjust buoyant and dynamic lift, creating a new paradigm for air transportation and logistics. Poised to enhance the air transportation industry, the Aeroscraft will deliver opportunities for business and consumers globally by access to remote locations and by new cargo delivery capabilities. The key features of the Aeroscraft include a rigid structure, vertical takeoff and landing, and operational abilities at low speed, in hover, and from unprepared surfaces.

About Worldwide Aeros Corp. (Aeros): In 1987 Igor Pasternak founded Aeros and advanced the company from a small advertising aerostat production manufacturer in the Ukraine to a premier airship producer and R&D firm for the aerospace industry based in the United States. Through their exceptional manufacturing quality, Aeros has achieved multiple FAA airship type certificates and operates with an FAA Production Certificate. Throughout the years, Aeros has become a premier airship producer and research and development firm for the aerospace industry for a commitment to quality engineering, production and client satisfaction. Aeros currently boasts an extraordinary product line that includes the most advanced airships and tethered aerostats utilized in commercial and government applications throughout the world. For the past quarter century, Aeros has pioneered new product advancements in the aerospace defense technology sector, which has been a strong contributing factor in maintaining continuous corporate growth. The entire Aeros organization and the advisory board, comprised of military and commercial leaders, are dedicated to one goal of harnessing the exciting future and opportunities ahead. All Aeros team members are focused on meeting the rapidly rising demand for oversized cargo transportation solutions.

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