A Deal For Flying Ship Ground Effect Maritime Vessels

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A recent news article published in the Flying Ship states that Natural ProLogic LLC Signs Agreement for Flying Ship Ground Effect Maritime Vessels.

Natural ProLogic LLC sign an agreement

Natural ProLogic LLC has signed an agreement with Flying Ship Technologies, Corp. to purchase or lease Flying Ship wing-in-ground effect cargo vessels that will service northern and central Caribbean areas like Florida, the Bahamas, Turks & Caicos, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Haiti, Jamaica, and the Cayman Islands, driving down transportation costs and fueling dramatic economic growth in the region. To read the full release, please click here.

Flying Ship Technology, Corp. aims to solve the world’s maritime supply chain problems with revolutionary, environmentally friendly ground effect vehicles that travel on a cushion of air just over the water. These Flying Ships will disrupt segments of the multi-trillion-dollar global logistics industry with the combination of green technologies and 21st century aerodynamics. Integrating these concepts dramatically decreases vessel cost, improves energy efficiency and reduces greenhouse gas emissions.

The first generation of Flying Ships will feature electric propulsion and will operate within the maritime domain for commercial markets. The vessel will dock using existing marinas, beaches and boat ramps to efficiently deliver goods. Payload and range characteristics will depend on customers’ requirements, with initial base models varying from 3-18 meters in wingspan and payloads ranging up to 2,700 kg. The firstgeneration Flying Ships have a remotely operated person in the loop and use artificial intelligence to
support obstacle detection and collision avoidance.

The size and initial number of Flying Ships will be determined by Natural ProLogic based on market demand, government collaboration and resources.

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Source: Flying Ship

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