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  • Atair - Press
    will support Atair s development of its advanced design Onyx autonomous guided parafoil system Dan Preston CEO of Atair Aerospace commented With representation in 176 countries ISO certified factories is 56 countries and private revenues exceeding 1 5 billion Festo s financial technical and logistical support will prove to be an invaluable resource Atair looks forward to fostering this relationship well into the future Hans Zobel President and CEO of Festo Corporation offered praise stating Atair Aerospace represents what we look for in a partnering company Utilizing cutting edge technologies to simplify product designs and maintain efficiency they are a model for young research and development companies This support serves to underscore an emerging performance record of innovative research and development at Atair Aerospace The company has pioneered a dual parachute system that autonomously pilots cargo from a high altitude under a high speed guidable parafoil by using GPS Global Positioning System and INS Inertial Navigation Sensors combined with pneumatic actuators and a secondary parachute for soft touchdown The proliferation of inexpensive surface to air missiles is forcing modern militaries to rethink how to effectively and safely delivery vital supplies to hostile environments autonomous guided parafoil systems are the solution

    Original URL path: http://www.atair.com/press/2003/05/atair-aerospace-receives-funding-from/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Atair - Press
    by U S Army Soldier Biological Chemical Command SBCCOM Natick Soldier Center NSC U S Air Force Research Laboratory Office of Scientific Research U S Army Yuma Proving Ground SOCOM Marine Corp War fighting Lab NASA Johnson Space Center PATCAD was created to provide a comprehensive forum for the Aerial Delivery community with interest in precision airdrop and complimentary technologies to share experiences and view technologies in this growing field

    Original URL path: http://www.atair.com/press/2003/04/atair-aerospace-to-demonstrate-at/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Atair - Press
    judged the over 70 participating companies in five categories Innovative Products Precision Parts Electronic Assemblies Complex Integrated Products and Unrestricted Atair was honored with the 2003 Manufacturer of the Year Award for Innovation for their Onyx family of Autonomous Guided Parachute systems Conflicts in Somalia Afghanistan and Iraq have demonstrated the wide spread use of inexpensive surface to air missiles by enemies The United States Military has at the highest level recognized the critical need for the development of guided parachute systems to replace current obsolete airdrop delivery techniques A 3000 shoulder fired SAM can put in jeopardy aircraft flying up to 25 000 ft Conventional military airdrop techniques release cargo under round parachutes from altitudes below 1 500 ft At such low altitudes placing cargo at the intended landing target is accurate but puts the carrier plane and personnel in grave danger Using such airdrop techniques at altitudes of 25 000 ft to 35 000 ft provides safety for the aircraft and personnel but makes delivering cargo to the landing target impossible With funding for guided parachute systems now coming from the Secretary of Defense level government and military agencies appear primed to dedicate serious resources to resolving this

    Original URL path: http://www.atair.com/press/2003/04/atair-aerospace-wins-comet-award-2003/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Atair Aerospace - UAV Recovery
    personnel cargo and UAV recovery parachutes from elliptical parafoils to rounds with weights ranging from 0 to 5000 pounds Atair has designed and manufactured complete parachute recovery systems for UAVs from 30 pounds to 3000 pounds in weight and for deployment speeds from 100 knots to mach 0 9 UAV recovery parachute systems and system designs range from the U S Navy s DRS Neptune to NASA s 5 and

    Original URL path: http://www.atair.com/parachutes/recovery/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Atair Aerospace - 7up Parachute
    realized with all of the benefits of a cluster without any of the usual shortcomings The 7up has a higher drag and lower vertical decent rate than a PDA or conic round of the same diameter 7up openings are extremely reliable and eliminate the common damage and malfunction modes seen in clusters 7ups have been certified as emergency personnel reserves and are also being constructed for cargo and UAV recovery

    Original URL path: http://www.atair.com/parachutes/7up/ (2016-04-26)
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