Challenger Aerospace Systems to Acquire Duke Engines to Add to Challengers Capabilities as an End to End Drone Solutions Company
RENO-NEVADA-(CAS)-Challenger Aerospace Systems is proceeding into an agreement to acquire Duke Engines, an engine technologies company, to expand and round out Challengers capabilities, creating an end to end business solution for our Drone customers and a strong competitive advantage. Based in New Zealand, Duke Engines is a designer and developer of cutting-edge engine technologies. Duke employs highly skilled Engineers that provide engine architecture, design engineering, and design management services directed at a variety of static and propulsion applications. Duke has developed the enabling technology for an axial piston internal combustion engine, capable of very high power-densities in a lightweight, low vibration, small package, capable of running on light and heavy fuels (eg. kerosene/jet fuel, gasoline, bio-fuels, hydrogen, etc)
Challenger Aerospace Systems is a driving innovator in the drone solutions world with investments in marine, Land and Air drone markets. Challengers team of highly skilled specialists, leading drone platform designs and data capture expertise are leading the way in today’s market. Duke adds to Challengers enterprise by maximizing the value of Challengers propulsion technologies by applying innovation to better manage Propulsion and the use of cutting-edge technologies to create competitive advantages. Challenger’s potential manufacturing and licensing target applications for Duke technology initially includes robotics, light aviation/UAVs/APUs, generators, stationary, marine, motorcycles and hybrid range extender engines.
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LeRoy D. Aday
Challenger Aerospace Systems
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