The SkyRunner Team continues to build on the MK 3.2 military-grade platform through strategic partnerships with industry-leading defense innovators. INVISIO’s V-Series Gen II control units employ artificial intelligence algorithms to deliver unparalleled audio performance in extremely noisy environments and allow for communication on any radio. Linked via INVISIO IntelliCable® with an advanced intercom system into lightweight and rugged T7 headsets, this complete system allows SkyRunner pilots to seamlessly communicate clearly on any type of public safety or military radio as well as mobile phones.
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Michael Jensen, a two decade U.S. Air Force special tactics veteran, has been named chief strategy officer of Shreveport, Louisianan-based aircraft manufacturer SkyRunner.
SkyRunner selected the Collins TASE400 BLK ll and TASE400 LD STANAG 3733 imaging sensors. The TASE family of systems was selected because it is battle proven…
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The big idea is that it solves gaps in operational capability, preserves safety-of-mission, preserves safety-of-force, and represents billions of dollars in savings against operational overkill.
Google Co-founder Larry Page is putting hundreds of millions of dollars into developing a feasible flying car but it looks as if SkyRunner, has already beaten him to it.
Special ops community eyes U.S. entrepreneur’s ‘off-road aircraft’
An American entrepreneur from Louisiana wanted to make an all-terrain vehicle for his family to enjoy, but ended up catching the attention of the U.S. military’s elite warfighters.
SkyRunner David beats Google Goliath Page to all-terrain flying vehicle.
Google co-founder Larry Page is putting hundreds of millions of dollars into developing a feasible flying car but it looks as if SkyRunner, a small company based in Los Angeles, has already beaten him to it.
By solving the requirements of both air and land travel with an FAA-certified powersports aircraft (S-LSA) that also functions as a military-grade off road vehicle, we’ve shown what a upcoming door-to-door solution could look like in the future.
Watch: Special Operations community eyes this ‘off-road aircraft’
In order to combat versatile enemies who are not only able to acquire US weapons and vehicles but emulate tactics as well, the US military needs to take advantage of the latest advances from the defense industry.