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Beitragvon Roland Grün » Do, 05.05.2005 19:03

in den USA baut sanswire ein Versuchsmodell für einen Stratellite, hier der Link zu einem Video:

http://www.exn.ca/video/?video=exn20050425-blimp.asx

Hier mein Kommentar dazu:

Das was da gezeigt wird ist, wenn ich den Film richtig deute, nur eine Art Versuchsmodell, bzgl. Projekt-Phase vergleichbar mit dem Luftwurm-Versuchsmodell von Prof. Kröplin. Ebenso wie der Versuchs-Luftwurm kann auch dieses Luftschiff noch nicht bis in die Stratosphäre vordringen.

Typisch amerikanisch-hemmungslos ist das ganze aber so aufgemacht, dass ein Laie glaubt, aha, da ist der Stratellite im Entstehen.

Was mich schon lange am meisten interessiert bei Starrgerüst-Stratellites, wird auch in diesem Film nicht beantwortet, nämlich wie man den riesigen Druckunterschied zwischen Erdboden und Einsatzort meistert:
Lässt man überschüssiges Auftriebsgas beim Aufstieg einfach entweichen - dann wäre ein kontrollierter Abstieg unmöglich.
Hat man ein riesiges Ballonet im Inneren - dieses müsste nicht nur ein Drittel wie z.B. beim CL160 sondern nahezu das ganze Volumen einnehmen können - wie das konstruktiv und gewichtsmäßig zu schaffen wäre, ist mir rätselhaft.
Hat man einen in sich geschlossenen Ballon innerhalb des Gerüsts, der in der Größe gewaltig flexibel ist - irgendwie auch schwer vorstellbar, wie das praktisch zu machen wäre.

Die im Film zu sehenden Quer-Versteifungen innerhalb des Gerüsts scheinen mir keineswegs provisorisch zu sein, und wenn das so ist, entfallen alle Ballonets und Ballone im Inneren als Möglichkeit.

Sieht es im Inneren so aus wie in den alten Zeppelinen? Also Aufteilung in einzelne Zellen, und in jeder Zelle eine Art Riesen-Sack für das Auftriebsgas, der auch bei Prallhöhe niemals wie ein Ballon prall wird, sondern immer locker-knittrig?

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Gaszellen

Beitragvon hadhuey » Mi, 23.11.2005 20:01

In den Sanswire-Veröffentlichungen war dei Rede von Gaszellen.

Das wäre dann also das ganz klassische Starrluftschiff-Konzept.
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Beitragvon hilgenberg » Fr, 27.11.2009 21:33

Sanswire Corp. Announces Third Quarter 2009 Results
Marketwire
November 17, 2009: 10:58 AM ET

Sanswire Corp. (OTCBB: SNSR) today announced that it has filed with the United States Securities & Exchange Commission its quarterly report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended September 30, 2009.

For the quarter ended September 30, 2009, the Company reported a net loss of $1.5 million, or $0.01 per share, with no revenue, compared to a net loss of $433,000, or $0.00 per share, with no revenue for the quarter ended September 30, 2008.

The net loss for Q3 2009 is attributed to an operating loss during the quarter of $1.5 million, compared to an operating loss $767,000 for Q3 2008, to interest-related expenses of $197,000, compared to interest-related expenses of $419,000 for Q3 2008, and to $379,000 related to derivative financial instruments, compared to a gain from derivative financial instruments of $600,000 for Q3 2008.

David A. Christian, Chief Executive Officer of Sanswire, said, "We are continuing with our business plan to bring a range of lighter-than-air Unmanned Aerial Vehicles to market for defense and border security purposes. We have focused on furthering the development of our newest airship, the STS-111, for delivery after a series of successful tests. In addition, we have established a relationship with a major defense contractor that will serve as the systems integrator and operator of the STS-111, and we are committed to growing this relationship and together pursuing business opportunities."

He concluded, "I remain as firmly convinced as ever that extended-duration UAVs have a significant role to play in keeping our country safe and secure. I am determined to bring the STS-111 to America where we can take the next steps necessary to grow our business and serve the needs of our servicemen and women."

Sanswire's Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q is available via its web site, http://www.sanswire.com. For more news and information on Sanswire please visit http://irgnews.com/coi/SNSR where you can find a fact sheet on the company, investor presentations, and more.

About Sanswire Corp.

Sanswire Corp. (OTCBB: SNSR) develops and provides an integrated suite of aerospace communications products and services, leveraging its relationships with leaders in UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) technologies. Sanswire Corp. is focused on the design and construction of various aerial vehicles, capable of carrying payloads that provide persistent surveillance and security solutions at various altitudes. For more information, visit http://www.sanswire.com.

Forward-Looking Statements

Certain statements in this release constitute forward-looking statements or statements which may be deemed or construed to be forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. The words "forecast," "project," "intend," "expect," "should," "would," and similar expressions and all statements, which are not historical facts, are intended to identify forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements involve and are subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors, any of which could cause the Company's previously reported actual results, performance (finance or operating) to change or differ from future results, performance (financing and operating) or achievements, including those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. The Company assumes no, and hereby disclaims any, obligation to update the forward-looking statements contained in this press release.

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Beitragvon hilgenberg » Di, 01.12.2009 22:50

Sanswire Receives Funding Commitment Arranged by Global Telesat for the Completion of the Commercial Version STS-111 Multi-Day UAV
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Joint Cooperation Focuses on the Completion of the First Ever Commercial Multi-Day Endurance Unmanned Ariel Vehicle (UAV)
December 01, 2009: 07:00 AM ET

Sanswire Corp (OTCBB: SNSR), a company that develops and produces lighter-than-air Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) designed to provide persistent surveillance for extended durations at mid and high altitudes, has received a funding commitment arranged by satellite tracking provider, Global Telesat Corp. (GTC), for $800,000 to be utilized for the completion of Sanswire-TAO's first commercial, multi-day endurance, lighter-than-air UAV, the STS-111.

Earlier this year, GTC arranged funding that commenced the construction of the STS-111. This has led to the development of the proprietary systems and construction of Sanswire-TAO's initial four-segment airship platform that recently commenced flight testing. This follow-up round of funding will be utilized to complete the new 5-segment STS-111 airship, a commercial, long endurance platform powered by Sanswire-TAO's proprietary FuelGas propulsion system. This commitment is expected to complete the funding required for finishing the construction of the commercial airship, with immediate plans for the airship to be delivered to Sanswire's systems integrator and operator one of the top 10 U.S. Defense Contractors. Once delivered, the team will collaborate on preparing the STS-111 UAV for jointly held private demonstrations to potential customers.

Sanswire-TAO's patented, multi-day endurance, segmented STS-111 Airship is unique with respect to its flexible design and extended flight duration capabilities. With a length of 111 feet and a height of 11feet, the STS-111 specifications include persistent line of sight coverage of approximately 170 miles at 15,000 feet above sea level, and the ability to operate for multi-day missions estimated at 2.5 days with a customer payload of 20 lbs. The rapid unfolding, fully recoverable STS-111 UAV is designed to be launched with minimal ground infrastructure and requires no runways or hangars as it ascends autonomously or via a manually controlled ground station. For more information on the STS-111 airship please visit http://www.sanswiretao.com/sts111mag/

"We feel confident that completing the STS-111 airship and delivering the platform to our MOU partner, a leading global defense contractor, will lead to an opportunity to officially demonstrate the uniqueness and cost effectiveness of our platform. GTC's level of confidence has lead to their agreement to provide additional resources to Sanswire to accomplish this task," said Captain David A. Christian, Chief Executive Officer.

GTC has currently arranged for nearly 90% of the total committed funding which has been provided to the company for immediate use to accelerate the completion of the STS-111 UAV. GTC has arranged the funding through the purchase of Sanswire Common stock priced at $0.105 per share.

About Sanswire Corp.

Sanswire Corp. (OTCBB: SNSR) develops and provides an integrated suite of aerospace communications products and services, leveraging its relationships with leaders in UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) technologies. Sanswire Corp. is focused on the design and construction of various aerial vehicles, capable of carrying payloads that provide persistent surveillance and security solutions at various altitudes. For more information, visit http://www.sanswire.com.

About Sanswire-TAO Corp.

Sanswire-TAO exclusively owns and markets all the technology and intellectual property associated with TAO's lighter-than-air (LTA) unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), including the Stratellite(tm) high-altitude airships, the SAS-51 low-altitude airships, the mid-altitude STS-111 and STS-230 airship, and the PADDS Precision Air Drop Delivery System in the US, Canada and Mexico. Sanswire-TAO Corp. is jointly owned by TAO Technologies GmbH and Sanswire Corp. For more information, visit http://www.sanswire-tao.com.

About Global Telesat Corp.

GTC provides satellite airtime and tracking services to the U.S. government and defense industry end users and resell airtime and equipment from leading satellite network providers such as Globalstar, Inmarsat, Iridium and Thuraya. GTC specializes in satellite tracking services using the Globalstar satellite network and owns a number of network infrastructure devices containing the signal processing technology that powers the Globalstar Simplex Data Service. GTC's equipment is installed in various ground stations across Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and South America. For more information regarding GTC, visit http://www.gtc-usa.com.
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Re: sanswire

Beitragvon hilgenberg » Di, 01.12.2009 22:55

Besonders hinweisen möchte ich auf den Link im Text:

http://www.sanswiretao.com/sts111mag/

Man beachte die Flagge!!!

Es gibt ein hübsches Video mit Flugversuchen von Prof. Kröplins Luftwurm vor der CargoLifter Halle.

Bald werden alle relevanten Projekte irgendwie unter der Kontrolle amerikanischer Rüstungsfirmen sein.
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Beitragvon hilgenberg » Mo, 21.12.2009 22:21

Sanswire Announces Completion of Private Demonstration of Its STS-111 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Program in Germany
Marketwire
Success Sets Stage for Arrival in America, Delivery to Systems Integrator Next Year
December 21, 2009: 09:30 AM ET

Quelle: http://money.cnn.com/news/newsfeeds/art ... 571382.htm

Sanswire Corp., (OTCBB: SNSR) through its joint venture Sanswire-TAO Corp., today announced the successful completion of a private demonstration of its lighter-than-air STS-111 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) on December 18, 2009 in Stuttgart, Germany.

This private demonstration featured flight-testing and inspection of the initial test version of the STS-111 airship, highlighting its unique capabilities. The STS-111 unmanned airship ascended and performed various flight maneuvers illustrating the benefits of the patented, segmented flexible design. Piloted remotely through the ground control station located on site, the STS-111 UAV performed several ascent and descent tactics as well as completing stationary flight testing, during which the airship was hovering over a specific area, successfully demonstrating its station-keeping capabilities.

Sanswire-TAO also hosted a tour of the aerospace facilities and laboratories where the STS-111 UAV was developed. Sanswire-TAO unveiled the testing and development facilities of the STS-111's proprietary auxiliary systems, including the fuel gas power plant and thrust vectoring propulsion system. Additional systems unveiled for inspection included the avionics, electronic management systems, and ground station facilities.

Captain David Christian, CEO of Sanswire, said, "The success of this demonstration lies mainly in our partner's participation and confidence that our UAV program is closer today than ever before toward meeting the demands of today's customers. The team executed flawlessly, the airship performed exactly as anticipated, and we collectively look forward to bringing the commercial STS-111 UAV to the US for public unveiling and demonstrations."

Captain Christian added, "We are convinced that the segmented design of the STS-111 and its long-endurance fuel gas powered propulsion system addresses unique security needs that require extended-duration station-keeping. The commercial STS-111 is designed to stay aloft for more than two days, which gives it a definitive advantage over currently deployed, expensive, fixed-wing drones in intelligence and surveillance missions. Our goal is to offer commanders another way to reconnoiter without putting personnel at risk while providing a more efficient acquisition and operational cost to the end user."

Sanswire-TAO will release video footage of the private demonstration, including flight testing of the initial STS-111, on Wednesday, December 23, 2009 on the company's website http://www.Sanswire.com.
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Re: sanswire

Beitragvon hilgenberg » So, 14.02.2010 22:46

Ein Lamettaträger geht, ein neuer Lamettaträger kommt.... Was solls, auch dieses LTA-Unternehmen bleibt in der Hand des (amerikanischen) Militärs.

Sanswire Corp. Appoints Major General Wayne P. Jackson, U.S. Army, Retired, Chairman of the Board
Marketwire

Current Chairman and CEO David A. Christian Resigns; Company Retains Defense Technology Expert John Robusto as Executive Advisor to Management Team and Board
February 12, 2010: 02:33 PM ET

Sanswire Corporation (OTCBB: SNSR), which is developing and producing patented Lighter-than-Air unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) with the goal of providing intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance support in various applications, today announced the appointment of Major General Wayne P. Jackson, U.S. Army, Retired, as Chairman of the Board. This announcement follows the resignation of decorated Vietnam veteran David A. Christian, U.S. Army, Retired, as Sanswire's CEO and Chairman for personal and health reasons. The company has refocused its efforts and has retained John Robusto, a decorated defense and reconnaissance expert with more than 30 years of experience, as the executive expert advisor to assist management and the Board in immediately implementing strategic defense initiatives. Under the guidance, expertise and assistance of Mr. Robusto, a retired career member of the U.S. Senior Executive Service and Harvard Business School alumnus, Sanswire's executive management team will function as Interim CEO as the Board conducts a search for a permanent CEO. In addition, William J. Hotz has chosen to resign from the Board, and Chief Financial Officer Thomas Seifert will take his seat as the company attracts additional independent directors.

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Re: sanswire

Beitragvon hilgenberg » Mo, 03.05.2010 8:43

Unmanned airships find new roles

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By Alton K. Marsh
A military contractor will use a $1 million SkySat unmanned airship built by Sanswire Corp. of Aventura, Fla, for defense communications.

Sanswire officials said Global Telesat Corp. will purchase a 50 percent interest in one SkySat airship for $250,000, with an option to purchase the remaining 50 percent for an additional $750,000.

SkySat is Sanswire’s mid-altitude, lighter-than-air, UAV platform. The airship was initially designed for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) missions performed at altitudes up to 45,000 feet. Sanswire and Global Telesat intend to upgrade the airship to improve its viability for multipurpose defense and communications operations.
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Re: sanswire

Beitragvon hilgenberg » Fr, 01.10.2010 21:17

Sept. 27, 2010
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/sanswi ... _news_stmp

Sanswire Completes Initial U.S. Based Flights of STS-111 UAV
Sanswire's Defense Partners Provide State of the Art ISR Camera and Related Equipment

AVENTURA, FL, Sep 27, 2010 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Sanswire Corporation /quotes/comstock/11k!snsr (SNSR 0.10, +0.00, +0.11%) , a developer and producer of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and related technologies, today announced that the company has completed initial U.S. based test flights of the STS-111 UAV under flight tower control provided by Easton Airport, in Easton, MD.

The flight was a further assessment of the STS-111 using a newly developed sensor electronics pod and an internal gas bag arrangement. The STS-111's maiden U.S. flight took place with ground support adjacent to the company's newly constructed hangar facility located on the grounds of Easton Airport where the company and its partner Eastcor Engineering are working on the STS-111 and SkySat UAVs.

Furthermore, a defense based systems integrator, currently collaborating with Sanswire on the STS-111 UAV program, has provided specialized ISR related electronic systems, advanced avionics packages, and telemetry solutions to Sanswire for integration into the STS-111's newly integrated payload bay. Following additional systems checks and flight tests, the partners will commence integration of the specialized systems into the payload bay and commence flight tests with the goal of operating at 10,000 - 15,000 ft through the control of a certified UAV ground control station. Further flights are planned at Easton airport while additional flight testing in other controlled airspace will follow with each flight serving to demonstrate and extend the capabilities of the STS-111.

Glenn Estrella, CEO of Sanswire, stated: "We continue to make substantial progress with the STS-111 airship and advance the program closer to hosting customer demonstrations. The platform has performed to the initial specifications we set out for, and we will continue to pursue our ultimate goal of producing a stratospheric platform to serve a number of surveillance needs. We are pleased with the support we have received from our various partners and are eager to collaborate further, so the delivery of our combined solutions to customers is significantly enhanced."

The STS-111 is based on Sanswire-TAO's patented multi-segmented, non-rigid design which was constructed and tested by Sanswire-TAO prior to its delivery in June 2010 for systems integration in Easton, MD. For more information on the STS-111 airship and updates on future flights please visit http://www.Sanswire.com.

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Re: sanswire

Beitragvon engelstaub » Do, 14.10.2010 8:19

Dieses Projekt liest sich auch sehr vielversprechend, finde es wichtig, dass sich da in den USA auch viel tut, so kann sich die Technologie sicher eher durchsetzen als wenn nur in Europa geforscht und getestet wird. Es dürfte ja auch schon den einen oder anderen Nutzen gefunden haben, zum Beispiel im militärischen Bereich. Gerade solche Investitionen und veschiedene Verwendungsmöglichkeiten helfen, dass die Technologie weiterentwickelt werden kann.,
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Time Magazine: Sanswire STS One of the 50 Best Inventions 20

Beitragvon hilgenberg » Di, 16.11.2010 22:45

Amerika:
Time Magazine Names Sanswire STS-111 UAV One of the 50 Best Inventions of 2010
STS-111 Airship Featured in November 2010 Edition

AVENTURA, FL, Nov 16, 2010 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Sanswire Corp. /quotes/comstock/11k!snsr (SNSR 0.09, -.00, -4.44%) , a developer of lighter-than-air unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and related technologies today announced that Time Magazine has named the STS-111 UAV as one of "The 50 Best Inventions of 2010." The November edition of Time Magazine featuring the story "The 50 Best Inventions of 2010" is currently available on newsstands.
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... und Deutschland:
http://www.zeppelin
Keiner anderen luftfahrttechnischen Totgeburt wird bis heute mit so viel zärtlicher Zuneigung gedacht wie des Zeppelins. Er war monströs, schwerfällig, unpraktisch, lebensgefährlich und trotzdem irgendwie sympathisch.
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http://www.faz.net/s/Rub6F18BAF415B6420 ... ntent.html

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Sanswire Files Provisional Patent on New Airship Design

Beitragvon hilgenberg » Mo, 28.03.2011 13:11

http://www.einnews.com/pr-news/360124-s ... hip-design

Sanswire Files Provisional Patent on New Airship Design
Company Moves to Protect New Airship Design


Sanswire Corp. (OTCBB: SNSR), a developer of lighter-than-air unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and related technologies, announced today that it has filed a provisional patent application in the United States for a new airship design. The technology was developed for Sanswire under contract by Eastcor Engineering, a US Department of Defense prime contractor, specializing in high technology engineering products and services. Sanswire filed the provisional patent to ensure protection of its intellectual property and position itself to unveil and demonstrate the Company's technology.
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World Surveillance Group ...

Beitragvon hilgenberg » Di, 03.05.2011 21:57

http://www.sys-con.com/node/1806220

Jetzt wird es echt spannend: Sanswire nennt sich tatsächlich in "Weltüberwachungsgruppe" um:

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I would like to start by thanking you for your continuing support of World Surveillance Group Inc. (formerly known as Sanswire Corp.) We believe we are at an exciting crossroads in the Company's history and I wanted to take this opportunity to share my enthusiasm with you.
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Und der deutsche Technologielieferant bekommt den Tritt in den Hintern:
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# Entered into a Settlement Agreement by and among the Company and TAO Technologies GmbH, Dr. Bernd-H Kroeplin and Global Telesat Corp. providing for, among other things, the termination of all existing agreements between the parties (the "Old Agreements"); the retention by TAO and Kroeplin of all cash and shares of our common stock previously paid to them; the shipping back to TAO by us of the old STS 111 (SD34) airship; the discharge of $2,474,753 in debt owed by us under the Old Agreements; and the winding down and dissolution of the joint venture, Sanswire-TAO Corp.
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Re: sanswire

Beitragvon hilgenberg » Di, 08.11.2011 21:41

Auch bei sanswire läuft nicht alles fadengerade...

Hangar mishap at YPG delays airship test

http://www.yumasun.com/news/flight-7259 ... argus.html

World Surveillance Group has announced that flight testing of the Argus One lighter-than-air unmanned aerial vehicle scheduled to begin next month at Yuma Proving Ground has been delayed after a hangar mishap.

Read more: http://www.yumasun.com/articles/flight- ... z1d9EI77Wl
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Re: sanswire

Beitragvon hilgenberg » Mi, 09.11.2011 13:15

Nu flicht er wieder ;-)

http://www.suasnews.com/2011/09/8345/wo ... s-one-uav/

World Surveillance Group Announces Successful Flight of Argus One UAV
World Surveillance Group Inc , a developer of lighter-than-air unmanned aerial vehicles (“UAVs”) and related technologies, announced today that the Company has successfully completed additional tethered flight testing of its Argus One airship in Easton, Maryland. The Argus One flew under tower control at Easton Airport where it carried out aerodynamic exercises to test the newly improved and reinforced airship envelope as well as improvements to mechanical systems located in the airship’s pod bay unit.
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