Aerospace & Defense

After several years of research, I have successfully developed a new concept that is not based on a mass expulsion type rocket engines.

We are Orbital Composites. Our goal is to 3D print satellites on-orbit. The orbital manufacture of satellites will save over 75% of the cost for launching satellite missions. Most dramatically, one can go from mission concept to operation within days.

Orbital manufacturing has a few more advantages.

Aircraft fuselage structural assembling is performed by manual drilling and rivets insertion specially in case of no accessing areas like wings on the regions where it can be founded metal sheet ribs. Consequently the sequence for assembling those parts is composed of positioning parts on jig, assembling spars,

Typical small scale UAVs, despite the wealth of applications to which they are suited, are unable to perform a variety of tasks due to their limited range, endurance, and payload capacity.

Our system, the PEGASUS high endurance aerial platform, is a radical departure from current small scale drone technology.

- Phoenix Single-Stage-To-Orbit

The Phoenix is a conceptual design for a completely reusable Single Stage to Orbit (SSTO) launch vehicle that can carry small payloads or passengers into low earth orbit (LEO).

The piezoelectric rotary actuator is a new positioning device, providing exeptional dynamics and accuracy even if connected to heavy loads. The main applications are tracking, guidance, deflection and positioning systems (e.g. antenna, laser, telescope, camera, mirror), aileron control, locking systems and valve actuation.

We have seen various accidents in aviation industry due to which we lost many lives as well as money. This idea will be very useful in future,

Power Module, the electric drive powered laser beam is based on my patent - Fiber Photovoltaic Cell.

The module is built from multiple Fiber Photovoltaic Cells, arranged in parallel in the form of three-dimensional example cuboid.

When first introduced in the 1970s, supersonic commercial air travel promised Superman-like speed to commercial airlines and the flying public. But as supersonic aircraft traveled at speeds near or above Mach 1, they generated thunderous sonic booms that disturbed people on the ground. For this reason,

I have been working lately on shielding against radiation in space which does not cost over $100,000 U.S. dollars to shield a cylinder 5 meters in diameter and 15 meters long against harmful radiations in space.

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