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Develops patented safety systems and cockpit displays that mitigate the #1 killer in all aviation categories: Loss of Control In-Flight.

  • Stage Product In Development
  • Industry Electronics / Instrumentation
  • Location Tehachapi, CA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded January 2013
  • Employees 3

Company Summary

SkovAeroTek is a new company being established to produce a family of patented cockpit displays that can mitigate the #1 killer in aviation: Loss of Control – In Flight. Our “Autonomous Low Energy State Awareness (ALESA) Display” will help pilots keep control of their aircraft in stressful situations that lead to fatal accidents. It will also be used as an emergency backup when normal airspeed information is not available due to system failures.


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    Andrew M Skow

    Andrew Skow is the founder of SkovAeroTek. Previously, Mr. Skow founded Eidetics International, a highly successful aerospace technology firm. Eidetics was one of the most successful companies that participated in the NASA and DoD Small Business Innovation Research program. Mr. Skow is known for his innovative spirit and holds 6 patents. He was awarded the Wright Brother’s Medal for his work in aeronautics. He is an Associate Fellow of AIAA.

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    Peter T Reynolds
    VP, Flight Test

    Mr.Reynolds is a highly experienced test pilot and engineer. During his 30-year career at Bombardier Learjet, he participated in or led the FAA certification efforts on more than 20 different transport category aircraft ranging from the Lear 35 to the Bombardier CRJ Series. He is the holder of several world time-to-climb records. Mr. Reynolds is a Fellow of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots.

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    Kenneth J Szalai
    VP, Engineering

    Mr. Szalai is a recognized expert in digital flight control systems for aircraft, integrated aeronautical systems, human-safety critical software, advanced aviation and space technology, and aircraft development and test. During his 30-year career at NASA, he had management responsibility for several “X- Aircraft” test programs and retired from NASA as the Director of the Dryden Flight Research Center. Mr. Szalai is a Fellow of AIAA.


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    Robert Schultz