MIAMI, FL. December 7, 2021 - Today, Undefined Technologies Corp announced it has joined the Aviation Sustainability Center (ASCENT-AERO). This collaboration marks the company’s commitment to work with industry partners, universities, and research institutions to accelerate the development of next-generation sustainable aircraft.
ASCENT is a cooperative aviation coalition representing 16 leading US universities, co-led by Washington State University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and over 60 private sector stakeholders working to create science-based solutions to reduce the environmental impact of aviation. The Center is funded by the FAA, NASA, the Department of Defense, Transport Canada, and the Environmental Protection Agency.
“We see Undefined Technologies as a part of this global sustainable movement and are eager to translate climate ambition into action with our UAV innovation. Our silent drone powered by ion propulsion is fully electric and generates minimum noise signature with zero carbon emissions,” says Tomas Pribanic, Founder and CEO of Undefined Technologies. “This collaboration with industry and academic-led centers provides further validation of the importance of developing sustainable aircraft technologies. We highly appreciate ASCENT’s interest expressed in our innovation aiming to reduce noise pollution.”
Over the last three years, the start-up has implemented recent discoveries which now allow ion propulsion as a viable thrust source in atmospheric conditions. With minimum noise impact and zero carbon emissions, the fully electric technology generates noise levels below 70 decibels, overcoming noise restrictions for the last-mile cargo delivery sector. This year, the team successfully completed the craft’s first mission flight, and are now ready for the next milestone which further increases thrust levels and mission time.
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