Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) September 26, 2014 -- The Aeroscraft Corporation (Aeros) will be attending the upcoming Fall Meeting for the National Defense Transportation Association (NDTA) with the United States Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) in St. Louis, Missouri October 28-30, 2014.
The purpose of the meeting is to stimulate wider interest and inquiry into technical and professional issues involving Department of Defense (DOD) transportation requirements. The meeting will provide information, training, and strategic overview for personnel of the DOD, and will assist industry in anticipating and meeting future DOD needs, and will take place at the Renaissance St. Louis Grand Hotel.
Aeros will be exhibiting in Booth E within the NDTA exhibition hall, to share the latest on fleet development efforts for the Aeroscraft cargo airship. The Aeroscraft Corporation is a Chairman’s Circle Corporate Member of NDTA, and has been a corporate member since 2010.
About NDTA: (The National Defense Transportation Association), the Association for Global Logistics and Transportation, is a non-profit, non-political educational Association committed to fostering partnerships between government, military and industry, and maintaining a strong and efficient global transportation travel and distribution system in support of national security. There are more than 9,000 members in the Association, composed of both individual and corporate members. There are over 60 chapters in the United States and overseas in Europe, Asia and the Pacific. The National Headquarters office is located in Alexandria, Virginia.
About Aeroscraft: An Aeroscraft is a new type of Rigid Variable Buoyancy Air Vehicle, designed to control lift in all stages of air or ground operations, including the ability to off-load heavy payloads without the need to re-ballast. Aeros has received initial funding from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and the Department of Defense for contracts to demonstrate its internal buoyancy management technology, or Control of Static Heaviness (COSH), which permits the Aeroscraft to vertically lift heavy cargo while maintaining independence from infrastructure and the external ballast exchange requirements that have historically limited cargo airships. The key features of the Aeroscraft include a rigid structure; helium-derived lift that reduces fuel requirements; vertical takeoff and landing, (VTOL); and operational abilities at low speed, in hover, and from unprepared surfaces. Learn more at http://www.aeroscraft.com
About Aeros: Aeros was founded in 1987, and the company has grown from a small overseas advertising aerostat production manufacturer to a premier U.S-based airship producer and R&D firm for the aerospace industry. Through exceptional manufacturing quality, Aeros has achieved multiple FAA airship type certificates and operates with an FAA Production Certificate. Aeros’ product line includes the most advanced airships and tethered aerostats utilized in commercial and government applications throughout the world. For the past quarter century, Aeros has pioneered new product advancements in the aerospace defense technology sector, which has been a strong contributing factor in maintaining continuous corporate growth. The entire Aeros organization and the advisory board, comprised of military and commercial leaders, are dedicated to harnessing the exciting opportunities ahead.
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John Kiehle, Worldwide Aeros, Corp., http://www.aeroscraft.com, (323) 201-8374, [email protected]