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Verticraft LLC

The Verticraft is the ultimate transportation vehicle of the future

  • Stage Product In Development
  • Industry Other
  • Location Marco Island, FL, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Employees 1

Company Summary

The Verticraft ( US patent 8,505,846) is a VTOL ( vertical takeoff and landing) aircraft that makes all previous designs obsolete. It can be scaled from small package delivery drones to full sized manned aircraft using hybrid electric motors and or natural gas engines. Mass produced it would make cars obsolete eliminating all air pollution and energy problems as well as global gridlock of ground travel caused by population growth.


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    Stanley Gordon Sanders II

    Aircraft designer currently working as a partner with the Gerogia Tech
    Aerospace Design Laboratory on my VTOL aircraft (patent 8505846)

    Education- B.S, Chemical Engineering

    Military- US Navy F-4 fighter pilot 1968-1972 Vietnam Era
    CIVILIAN American Airlines B-777 International Captain July 1973- Aug 2005

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    Daniel Schrage
    team member


    B.S., General Engineering , 1967, USMA, West Point, NY
    M.S., Aerospace Engineering , 1974, Georgia Institute of Technology
    M.A., Business Administration , 1975, Webster U. (St. Louis, MO)
    D.Sc., Mechanical Engr., 1978, Washington U. (St. Louis, MO)
    Dr. Schrage has extensive expertise in the design and development of complex systems.

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    Dan Schrage
    President of ASDL

    Dr. Schrage became a professor of Aerospace Engineering and Rotorcraft Design Professor at Georgia Tech in 1984 and the Director of the Center of Excellence in Rotorcraft Technology (CERT) in 1986. Dr. Schrage initiated the School of AE graduate program in Aerospace Systems Design in the early 1990s and started the Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory (ASDL) in 1992. In 1997 Dr. Schrage became the Director of the Center for Aerospace Systems Engin

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    J Eric Corban
    Chief Technical Officer of GST

    Guided Systems provides turnkey fully autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) and Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) using its patented adaptive neural network technologies. Focusing primarily on complex VTOL aircraft, such as helicopters, ducted fans, tail-sitters, tilt rotors, and coaxials, Guided Systems has proven its unique adaptive control methods on UAVs since 1993.