One of our prominent partners – Vita Inclinata – completed its initial flight trials for the army of USA with success. And we are really proud to be part of it.
Stabilization of helicopter cargo became one of the most crucial topics not only in US Army and we appreciate that they try its best to beat this problem.
The Load Stability System – Litter Attachment – produced by our partner Vita Inclinata Technologies completed initial fight trials in Fort Collins. We are really proud to be a part of this process: MGM COMPRO helped to supply this project with various components and we’re ready to continue in supporting this important project.
“The system tested today demonstrates a glimpse of what a self-stabilizing rescue litter can provide for the first responder community: hands off, simple, safe, and efficient extractions in hazardous environments. However, this demonstration is just the beginning. Moving ahead we are refining the solution by reducing the size and weight, while strengthening the autonomous stabilization capability.” CTO of Vita Inclinata, Derek Sikora said.
The innovative combination of a piston engine and a modern electric BLDC motor for ultralight aircraft pushes the boundaries of efficiency, ecology and safety in the aviation industry. The hybrid unit is characterized by reduced fuel consumption and emissions, as well as low operating costs. Comprising a powerful and lightweight birotary engine, a modern BLDC electric motor, and a complex battery system with integrated air cooling, it represents a new era of aviation, combining performance and sustainability.