All our assembled aircrafts, UAV, UAS equipment will be for sale to professionals with appropriate licences in their region and may require certification(s) and/or registration. Our systems are at various levels of development and you may purchase prototypes.
Our equipment may not be certified for your region and may require exemption and/or further development to be certified for your purposes.
Industrial on-site use below 1200 feet for industrial flying equipment may require mandatory hardware and software for boundary control and flight level threshold.
We retain the rights to sell final UAVs/UASs or OEM equipment with hardware and/or software flight level limitations. Disclosure of limitation will be provided before signing the sale agreement.
Certain OEM equipment or systems may be available, with limitations and export control, for sale to licenced pilots, licenced model-pilots, licenced drone-pilots, registered aero-clubs and aero-model clubs, drone registered manufacturers, aircraft manufacturers, police forces, armed forces, private police forces, and defence companies.
Final equipment, aircraft, UAVs, UASs and technologies may be available for sale, with limitations and export control, to emergency response & disaster relief NGOs, selected industrial partners (Neva consortium members), defence companies, armed forces, private security forces, police forces, transport companies, air transport companies, MRO companies, aircraft manufacturer, car manufacturer, truck manufacturer, crane manufacturer and registered drone manufacturer.
All our equipment may be limited to either below 1200 feet and/or below 10,000 feet threshold. Only registered known defence companies may be provided un-limited fly threshold equipment and OEM parts.
DATE: 10 July 2015
Lithuanian technology institute joins Neva consortium
Neva Aerospace has welcomed Lithuania’s Space Science and Technology Institute (SSTI) as a member of its consortium. The agreement ironed at the air-show of “Le Bourget” in France, follows years of informal collaboration between two like-minded organisations: both recognise the importance of establishing a robust platform for sharing knowledge in enabling the development of the highly advanced concepts that will shape the future.
Neva Aerospace is already active in Lithuania, where it conducts flight tests of prototype UAS (Unmanned Aerial Systems).
The new consortium agreement sows the seeds for Neva’s vision of a pan European UAS Consortium; and other consortium members will be formally announced in the coming months.
SSTI is a non-governmental organization established in 2010 by Lithuanian Space Association to foster aerospace and defence research and development. It actively promotes technology transfer to business sector, with innovation tailored to fit customers’ needs. Recent SSTI activities have included development of components of nano satellites, antiaircraft aerial targets and mini UAV’s for reconnaissance applications. Having strong ground in research and technology allows us to deliver tailored innovation to fit our customers’ needs.
SSTI’s specific expertise in UAVs incudes the development of aerial observation System working and development of UAVs for border monitoring applications. SSTI has received project finance from the Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology (MITA).
Neva Aerospace co-founder and Chairman Robert Vergnes said: “It has always been our vision to build a consortium that crosses borders and technologies, and with SSTI we gain access to some of the best minds in space research. They achieved great success in testing UAVs and in building and launching nano-satellites. Among the only one in Europe.”
“Neva’s vision of heavy-duty, industrial UAS involves bringing together very advanced technologies from turbine design, to robotics, communications and collision avoidance, is for us the way to go for the UAVs and nano-satellites development. We are confident that Neva’s consortium model of collaboration will unleash the synergy between us.” Said Dr. Domantas Brucas, SSTI Director.
About Neva Aerospace:
Following five years’ intensive development project work by a talented international team of engineers and designers, Neva Aerospace Limited has been established to develop and commercialise unique unmanned aerial systems (UAS) solutions based on a set of core, internationally patent-protected technologies.
Neva benefits from a clear technical lead in the development of the next generation of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and vehicles (UAV). Working in collaboration with potential enterprise customers across key industries and with complementary technology providers, Neva is poised to introduce world-class technology across global markets.
Founded in 2009 as a project, Neva Aerospace Ltd. will offer turnkey solutions based on autonomous, low-emission aerial robotic platforms capable of carrying 10 to 2,000 kilogram payloads. Our systems are designed to perform precise tasks and services. Capable of both vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) as well as horizontal flight, they have the precision needed for industrial robotic work and/or congested urban environments. Neva is building as a consortium company via partnership with key B2B clients (e.g. oil & gas, construction, agribusiness, etc.), technology suppliers (e.g. designers and manufacturers of turbines, controls, anti-collision systems, etc.) as well as financial investors.
About SSTI (KTMI):
Neva Aerospace Ltd.
Sussex Innovation Centre Science Park Square Falmer,
Brighton, BN1 9SB, U.K.
Tel: +44 (0) 1273 704788
12th January 2016
Information Note to all shareholders
Subject: New Year’s Greetings 2016
We would like to take this opportunity to share Neva's highlights of 2015 with you.
Micron-FR01, our winged drone prototype designed to test the transition from VTOL to linear flight has now made its first indoor flight at the SSTI facility! You can watch it here: https://www.neva-aero.com/index.php/commercial-concepts
We are very proud of Neva’s development team: our engineers, pilots, consortium
Members and sub-contractors have worked together to reach this milestone. In February we will do more testing indoors, and then move outdoors where we will continue to refine the technology and control. As you will see from the video, we need to improve the stability.
Meanwhile our turbine team formed with Schübeler-Composite have now finalised the fluid dynamics analysis of Athena 1.0. We plan to start sales and production of Athena 1.0 by mid-2016. In the meantime, the turbine team is working on Athena 2.0, which will nearly double the thrust to 2.3Kg.
On the flight controller front, documentation and specification of NeDArd (Neva Double Arduino) is completed. The NeDArd team formed with Geola Digital will now flight test the controller, and we expect an Open Source release of NeDArd 1.0 by mid-2016 and then production.
We have now opened our Open Placement for £17m early January on GUST: https://gust.com/companies/neva-aerospace and on Angel.co: https://angel.co/neva-aerospace. We are actively promoting our Tranche 1 for raising £750K to business angels, institutional investors and strategic investors. Please do connect with us on GUST and Angel.co as this improves our profile to investors and will support our fund raising as well our share price.
We wish you and your family a prosperous, healthy and joyful New Year 2016!
F.M. Robert Vergnes Prf. David Brotherton-Ratcliffe
Chairman Chief Science Officer
NEVA AEROSPACE LTD. – REGISTERED 44 SPRINGFIELD ROAD, HORSHAM, UK, COMPANY NR. 8706570
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