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Overview 

Airdyne Aerospace Inc. is a small, privately owned, highly focused aircraft special mission systems engineering, manufacturing and aerospace research firm. We have been in business for a little less than five years and were created in direct response to an industry need for responsive, specialized, design engineering services in support of roll on C-130 E/H/J special mission aircraft support systems. Our services also extend to other fixed and rotary wing roll on aircraft applications and backend mission operational support systems.

Airdyne Aerospace Inc. maintains offices and hangar facilities in the United States at the Hernando County Airport about 30 minutes North Of Tampa, Florida and in Canada at the Springbank Airport about 30 minutes West of Calgary, Alberta near the Rocky Mountain foothills. These facilities house Airdyne's personnel and primary engineering, manufacturing, test and demonstration equipment.

Airdyne Aerospace Inc. is a dynamic and rapidly growing small business headquartered in Folsom California with manufacturing and integration facilities in Spring Hill, Florida along with field offices in Washington DC, Iselin, New Jersey, and Fort Walton Beach, Florida. Airdyne R&D is the Canadian division of the company with manufacturing and Integration facilities located in Calgary, Alberta Canada. Airdyne facilities are MIL standard, and FAA/MOT civilian compliant aerospace manufacturing centers. Our facilities consist of a 7,000 SF integration and manufacturing facility in Spring Hill Florida, and a 5,000 SF facility in Calgary.

Airdyne is actively engaged in the design, engineering and manufacturing of innovative, leading edge, aerospace hardware of which many products have never been seen before in military aviation. Our current flagship technology is the Special Airborne Mission Installation and Response System also known as SABIR. SABIR provides a true roll-on C4ISR mission capability for a variety of manned and unmanned aircraft.



Technical Focus 

C-130's and like aircraft are employed around the globe for transport, humanitarian relief, search & rescue, border patrol, intelligence gathering, aerial refueling, spraying, firefighting and a plethora of other civilian and military missions. As the "roll on" legacy technologies which support these operations continue to age, so does the technical reservoir of seasoned engineering personnel who designed them. To facilitate the transition of these special airborne mission enablers (mounting, packaging, handling, control, and fluid/particulate dispersal systems) into the next century, Airdyne has elected to focus its core engineering talent on the development of innovative special mission aircraft products and services in support of this unique market niche. Airdyne also possesses indigenous expertise in the emerging technical areas of air deployed unmanned vehicle systems, advanced VTOL propulsion systems, and other search & rescue based products and systems associated with special mission aircraft operations.



Customers 

Although Airdyne's premier product line (SABIR System) is a substantially fielded product (link to "Technologies" Page and to "SABIR" sub page) which is now realizing serial production orders, Airdyne's historical customer profile has been typified by various government based research, test and evaluation organizations which continue to fund and support our R & D programs. The aforementioned customers have provided Airdyne with leveraged (joint government & industry), singular (government grants & contracts) and private in-kind financial support for dual use ("6.2 through 6.5") RDT & E programs that exploited Airdyne's unique roll on systems and unmanned vehicle technologies. These agencies currently include, but are not limited to the following organizations;

  1. Department Of National Defense Canada (DND)
  2. U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM)
  3. U.S. Air National Guard (ANG)
  4. U.S. Marine Corp (USMC)
  5. Lockheed Martin Corp.
  6. National Science Foundation (NSF)


Affiliations 

Professional Affiliations - Airdyne Aerospace Inc. and/or its respective employees and consultants maintain professional standing as full, associate, or honorary members in the following U.S./Canadian design, engineering, aviation and marine professional societies and organizations;

  • Airlift Tanker Association (ATA) www.atalink.org/
  • American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics www.aiaa.org
  • American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics www.aiaa.org
  • Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (APEGBC) www.apeg.bc.ca
  • Association of Science and Engineering Technology (ASET) Professionals Of Alberta. www.aset.ab.ca
  • Aviation Alberta Unmanned Vehicles Systems (AAUVS) www.aviationalberta.com
  • Society Of Automotive Engineers (SAE) - Aerospace Division http://aerospace.sae.org
  • The Society Of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers (SNAME) www.sname.org

Corporate Affiliations - Airdyne has a good working relationship with Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company - Advanced Development Programs (ADP) of Palmdale, California, better known as the "Skunkworks". Airdyne is also engaged in on-going discussions with other aircraft OEM's including but not limited to; Alenia North America (C-27J), and EADS-CASA North America (CN-235/C-295) regarding other roll on special mission system collaborations. Airdyne also maintains working relationships and has/is in the process of negotiating or undertaking various development and supply contracts, representation, or teaming agreements with several sensor, aircraft self defense, and communication systems manufacturers and systems integrators. These entities currently include Lockheed Martin Information Systems & Global Services (IS & GS), L-3 Communications - Cincinnati Electronics (L-3COM-CE), L-3 Communications - Geneva Aerospace Inc. (L-3COM-GA), TERMA Airborne Systems (TERMA), Astronautics Corporation (ACOA), Airborne Data Systems (ADS), Flir Systems Inc. (FSI), and Highland Integrated Surveillance Systems (HISS).



Mission Statement 

The mission of Airdyne Aerospace Inc. is to establish itself as the preeminent leader in roll-on aircraft special mission enablers. This goal will be achieved through superior design, engineering, sales and support of customer driven, innovative, proprietary, roll on aircraft special mission products, and associated payload, control, and Integrated Logistical Support (ILS) systems and services. These special mission solutions will enhance the readiness, effectiveness, versatility and safety of numerous governments and agencies engaged in search and rescue, aerial firefighting, aerial refueling, aerial dispersal, intelligence, surveillance, scientific, commercial, environmental, policing, disaster response and other civilian and military special mission aircraft applications.



Ethos 

Conduct - Airdyne Aerospace Inc. (including its respective employees, consultants and representatives) will perennially conduct itself with the highest standards of ethics, integrity and honesty in compliance with, and in excess of that legally mandated or expected of Airdyne by our customers, shareholders, partners, vendors, and competitors. In turn our ethics mission is to seek the respect and trust of these entities by earning our reputation through honest innovation, best effort performance, and fair business practices.

Excellence - Our commitment is to develop and practice the art of excellence in all aspects of Airdyne's conduct and professional activities, effectively demonstrating foresight, technical competence, quality, persistence, discipline, and enlightenment in all of our endeavors.

Customer - Airdyne clearly realizes that in the current world aerospace economic environment, the necessity of establishing and maintaining customer focus and being attendant to annunciated deficiencies and corrective action is paramount to our growth, survival, and the effective implementation of our ethical and excellence standards. Airdyne's organization is therefore constantly seeking out, and responsive to, our "customer driven" requirements and issues.