Thu, Apr 22 | Webinar

A Taste for Blended Wing Body Design: Eagle Ray Drone Protecting Endangered Snow Leopards

Eagle Ray will soar the skies to protect the endangered snow leopards at 18,000 feet spanning across the Himalayas. Learn about the blended wing body design from Mark Page, world leading designer of high performance unmanned aerial systems and creator of the modern blended wing body (BWB) aircraft.

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Apr 22, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM EDT
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Webinar by Mark Page, Chief Scientist & VP DYNZE Technologies

After 12 great years at Swift Engineering, I have joined an exciting venture, DZYNE Technologies, as a founding partner.

Our company's vision is to improve the world through radical and disruptive innovations in engineering design.

DZYNE has a number of new technologies that showcase this disruptive design innovation. In the area of Command and Control, the Zones of Protection (ZOP) technology fuses intel and state models of human movement with weather and terrain data to provide a predictive behavior model. In long-endurance aerospace, the ROTORwing VTOL UAV test-bed has demonstrated conclusively that the long-held notion that "VTOL" cannot be efficient is false. The DrySub roadable submarine is a completely new vehicle species that already has opened up key application space in two completely disparate industries.

DZYNE has already established itself as a dependable supplier of software, vehicle design and analysis, and prototyping services for the Intel, General Aviation, and high-performance automobile industries.

Mark Page (http://www.dzynetech.com/) has served as an advisor to Kashmir World Foundation (KwF) form the beginning, and his recommendation that we develop a Blended Wing Body aircraft for Wildlife Protection and Counter Poaching has remained one of our unfulfilled goals; which is now underway with Eagle Ray! 

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