We intend to develop a new type of aerial vehicle equipped with independently controlled main wings to supplement the limitations of existing rotary-wing aircraft and fixed-wing aircraft. These cutting-edge vehicles demonstrate excellent energy efficiency, agility, and speed along with a short turning radius. We aim to acquire and retain core technologies underlying the future air traffic system and, based on them, develop various quaternary-industry products
● Vertical take-off and landing
● Slow flight speed
● Easy to change flight direction
● Obtain lift from wings capable of controlling angle of attack separately
● Fast flight
● Rotors at tail and wings tilted independently
● Mode switching anytime during flight
● No auxiliaries are needed
We pursue the best value.
1. High value on experts
2. Ceaseless improvement
3. Pursuit to became global top tier
It possesses the best technology such as having the only drone technology and filing a patent.
For successful execution of the given tasks, we build and expert-centric, expert-fostering environment, while trying to secure global top-tier competitiveness by ceaselessly improving and nurturing technology
World First Independent Dual-mode Drone
Development Technology and Expert Member
Start to Worldwide Drone Application business
"When we think of drones, we often first think of the military. Last month, Google decided to not renew a Pentagon contract for an artificial intelligence program that aims to categorize drone strike targets, under pressure from employees who found it unethical.
But a report released by the Foundation for Responsible Robotics in June, called “Drones in the Service of Society,” offers a closer look at the potential of drone use in humanitarian aid efforts. “When we have natural disasters, starving people in conflict, or emergency need for medicines, drones can come to the rescue,” said co-author Noel Sharkey.
Drones are being used to deliver blood to hospitals in Rwanda, monitor oil pipelines and fight wildfires in California. Here are other recent ways they’ve helped, too:"
"Military inventions have a knack for taking the commercial markets by storm. Think of innovations such as the jet engine, microwaves, GPS, and even disposable razors – all these started their lives on military drawing boards, and all have risen to become multibillion-dollar commercial industries. Now there’s another innovation on the cusp of joining that list – the drone."