Groen Aeronautics forms advisory partnership with Albright Stonebridge

Groen Aeronautics Corporation (GAC) has established an advisory partnership with Albright Stonebridge Group (ASG) to expand the international reach of GAC´s unmanned vertical takeoff and landing gyroplane systems, the company said.

Groen´s´s multi-sized autorotative flight technologies can be used for varying applications, such as light aerial observation for law enforcement and border patrol, air-taxi and tour guide vehicles, and commuter airliners.

ASG is a global strategic advisory firm headquartered in Washington, D.C., with offices and affiliates based in more than two dozen countries around the world.

Groen Aeronautics Corporation is an authority on sustained autorotative flight with approximately 40 patents issued and several more underway. Powered by a Rolls-Royce gas turbine engine, Groen developed the world´s first commercially viable modern gyroplane to utilize a jet engine — the Hawk 4 Gyroplane. The Hawk 4 was used extensively for security aerial patrol missions for the SLC Winter Olympics Games, flying 8 weeks without downtime for maintenance.