Start up Navig Aero Partnership, project kick-off Summer 2014, funding or investor partner sought. Website © 2014 Ben Collins email
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Navig Aero 2014 Timeline
20th May 2014 : FUNDING SOUGHT
Navig Aero is actively seeking funding for four clearly defined development gates. Hunt intensifies in May-June.
6th May 2014 : DREAM-TEAM DESIGN FORUM OPENS
6th May 2014 : TEAM NEWSLETTER ISSUED
Latest information on the project to the team.
1st May 2014 : ATLANTIC RANGER PROJECT STARTS 2014
Website opens and AtlanticRanger video on Youtube.
28th April 2014 : VIDEOS FOR POTENTIAL INVESTORS
On receipt of the signed NDA, videos will be sent to interested parties.
20th April 2014 : NAVIG AERO YOUTUBE CHANNEL LAUNCH
Non-technology videos provided to Youtube for review.
15th March 2014 : DESIGN UPDATE
Ongoing development, twin engine urban observation variant added.
1st March 2014 : DREAM-TEAM RECRUITMENT ONGOING
Twelve experts and enthusiasts alike signed up, possibly eight more.
15th February 2014 : MORE INFORMATION ON BEN COLLINS
Design lead website.
1st February 2014 : AWAITING CAA SSDR RULE CHANGES
CAA announce more deliberation time for the revised SSDR rules. Now to be spring time issue.
15th January 2014 : UPDATE - MORE LANDING CAPABILITY
With the redesign afforded by the SSDR changes - mainly extra weight, the fuselage has been extensively redesigned and reinforced to allow adaption to water, marsh, snow, sand, gravel and ice landing. With extreme STOL the dreamsoarer claims to be the go anywhere aircraft.
5th January 2014 : A BIG YEAR FOR NAVIG AERO STARTS
Collation of all leads and mails between potential intellectual stakeholders.
Welcome to Navig Aero
Navig Aero is developing the dreamsoarer, part of a new family of aircraft.
The dreamsoarer is a self launching soaring aircraft incorporating ground breaking design features to create flying performance not seen before in general aviation aircraft.
Polymorphing wing architecture provides exceptional; general flight dynamics, soaring, glide ratio and xSTOL. However, there is enormous workload to complete and we need funding or an investor to move forward to the next development gate.