CALIFORNIA, Dec. 5, 2020 — Aerovehicles Inc. is proud to announce it has joined efforts with the World Air League® and [INVNT GROUP]™ to organize the world-first around the globe airship race: the World Sky Race. The responsibilities of Aerovehicles are managing Airship operations including construction, crew training, and logistic requirements of the Skyship 600 and Skyship 500HL’s for the World Sky Race.
July 2, 2019 – VILLA DE MERLO, ARGENTINA Source: http://www.worldskyrace.com/newsstories/09-26-19/news_092619.htm The inception moment for the Argentina entry into the World Sky Race would fit into an epic movie script. Bob Fowler, CEO of Aerovehicles Inc., and airship pilot met Don Hartsell, Commissioner World Air League out in the middle of a field in rural Argentina during
Press Release: September 5, 2017 Bob FowlerAerovehicles Inc.+54 9 266 470-74[email protected] Aerovehicles Launches its First Aerostat, Especially Designed for Surveillance Tasks in All Types of Weather, Including Arctic Winds and Ice The company seeks its place in a growing market Villa de Merlo, San Luis: During the last week of August 2017, Aerovehicles Inc. (AVI) completed
Aerovehicles Inc. S.A. (AVISA) Argentina, LiDAR International Services Inc. (LSI) Canada, and Innovage Microsystems Inc. (IMS) Canada have formed an alliance to collaborate, through a strategic alliance, for the purpose of providing aerial mapping, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) services. This alliance includes the manufacture of manned and unmanned ISR aircraft and remote sensing equipment for
FlightGlobal Magazine 2 Sep 2014, Published on FlightGlobal magazine. https://www.flightglobal.com/analysis-airships-seek-cargo-role-after-military-backout/114229.article
LATEST NEWS: July 2th, 2014. AEROVEHICLES INC signs deal with TP AEROSPACE to market their UAVs in South America.
GlobalNews Media Coverage – MKO Conference
https://www.nbcnews.com/business/travel/improved-designs-technologies-welcome-new-era-airships-f6C10626754 Whether you call them blimps, zeppelins, dirigibles or airships, new breakthrough designs offer tantalizing possibilities for achieving the long-held dream of viable lighter-than-air travel and transport. At a conference, this week in Alaska, sponsored by NASA and the state’s Department of Transportation, politicians, entrepreneurs, aviation enthusiasts, mining companies, Native American members, and cargo industry