AirShip Wins Linus Pauling Award
What is AirShip Technologies Group
AirShipTG: Functional Organization Chart
AirScape Concept of Operation and Business Process Model
20-Year Industry Background Aviation, Aerospace & Transportation
The V2 Competition – Ultralite UAV’s
The V5 Competition – Small UAV’s
Military Emerging Tactical Problem
Mission Cycles without Refueling V9 and V17
AirShip V2 UAV Development Plan
The Market – Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
Marketing Plan
UAV Geographic Regions
AirScape Financial Projections
16.44M

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www.AirShipTG.org
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Phase 1 – Vehicle design and preliminary prototype analysis of endurance trade-offs
Phase 2 – Verification of flight control (theory, simulation, and VTOL UAV demonstration)
Phase 3 – Dual-Use Commercialization and Certification
Reinvent the Future!
AirShip V2 & AirScape Supply Chain
Presented to the University of Portland Operations & Technology Management
[email protected] 503 320-1175
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2.

AirShip V2 UAV VTOL
– Flight Test #2 September 16, 2012
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOOJ86VR_G0
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3. AirShip Wins Linus Pauling Award

2011 Willamette Innovators Network Conference
AirShip Technologies Group won the Win2011 Linus Pauling Innovative Company of the Year award with their entry of the AirShip VTOL
UAV Transformer known as “AirShip Endurance V5.” Fellow innovators from around the Pacific NW region met at the Willamette
Innovators Summit for an evening of networking and collaboration. Cutting-edge research, commercialization efforts from Oregon State
University and exhibits from over 50 leading businesses were represented within the area. The event featured industry leading speakers
and success stories from the region’s star entrepreneurs. Ben Berry, CEO of AirShip Technologies Group, demonstrated the prototype
AirShip VTOL UAV. November 10, 2011
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4. What is AirShip Technologies Group

• AirShip designs and manufactures vertical takeoff and
landing (VTOL) unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).
• FAA law ushers in untapped demand for UAV aircraft
– 30,000 commercial UAVs forecasted worldwide by
2018, with United States accounting for half of them.
– Hungriest commercial market is the nation's 19,000
law-enforcement agencies. (4.4 lbs UAV at 400 ft altitude ceiling)
– UAVs in demand with an expanded domestic mission.
• AirShipTG Competitiveness & Value Proposition
– 4-scaled UAV versions and Solar Turbine propulsion.
– Innovative air, ground and persistent endurance.
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5.

MEETS 3 out of 4
Portland Development Commission
Investment Focus
Oregon Jobs
Year
Direct
Jobs
Derived
Jobs
Total
Jobs
2012
5
40
45
2013
7
56
63
2014
29
232
261
2015
404 3,232 3,636
2016 1,004 8,032 9,036
2017 2,504 20,032 22,536
Family Wage Jobs
• Clean Tech Manufacturing
• Solar Film Production
• Aerospace and Business
Professional Services
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Clean Technology
• Alternative Solar Energy
• Electric Vehicles
• Nanotech Sniffer Filters
Electric V2
& V5
UAVs
Software
Development
Hybrid
Electric V9
& V17
Active
Outdoor
Ware
Strike Zone
for AirShipTG
VTOL, UAV
& AirScape
Air
Mobile
App. Accelerator
Propulsion
Fuselage
and
Airframe
Advanced
Manufacturing
• Additive Manufacturing
• 3D Materials Printing
• Robotics
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6. AirShipTG: Functional Organization Chart

• Privately owned
• Board of Advisors
advise CEO
• Academic/
commercial
partnerships
• UAV air/vehicle
design and
manufacturing
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7. AirScape Concept of Operation and Business Process Model

REQUEST
FOR
PROPOSALS
UAV Requirements
Manufacturing
PRODUCTION
Federal Aviation
Administration
(FAA) Compliance
Commercial &
Military Sales
Marketing Intelligence
AirShip Technologies Group
MANUFACTURE
SALES
Sales Intelligence
UAV VTOL
COMPONENTS
SUPPLIER
Research and Development
Commercial
CRM
Supply-Chain
AirShipTG Management Process
Human Capital & Finance
Military Customer
Relationship
Management (CRM)
AirShipTG
Order Capture + Contracts +Sales Comp
Stakeholders
UAV Components
UAV Aircraft
Avionics
VTOL
DESIGN TO
DEPLOYMENT
UAV
AIR/VEHICLE
PRODUCTION
Supply Chain Intelligence
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8. 20-Year Industry Background Aviation, Aerospace & Transportation

20-Year Industry Background
Aviation, Aerospace & Transportation
AirShip Technologies Group.
Hughes Aircraft Company/Hughes Electronics.
Royal Saudi Air Force and Litton Computer Services.
Saudi Arabian International Airport Projects.
Oregon Department of Transportation.
Aviation Entrepreneurial CEO and Chief Technology
Officer for the AirShip Endurance VTOL UAV program, an air and ground transit air/vehicle
Ben Berry, CEO
designed for new business investment of high endurance unmanned aerial vehicle transportation.
Responsible for product development of a fuel-to-electric vehicle powertrain and system integration while leading research,
design, development, production efforts, and providing strategic product and business development solutions. Four AirShip
VTOL UAV versions meet requirements for A) Tier I VTOL (vertical takeoff and landing) close proximity up to 400 ft altitude and
B) Tier II VTOL unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) for medium altitude (10,000 ft) and long endurance (MALE). Berry to speak
about the AirShip V2 and AirScape Service at the November Oregon 2012 SBIR / STTR National Conference.
Computer applications development manager
developing global business application products for a $20B aerospace/defense corporation and enterprise-wide networked
information systems including Sales/Marketing, Customer Relationship Management, Corporate Communications,
Purchasing/Materials Management, Contracts Administration and Human Resources. Served as information and computing
services manager developing all global business applications, end-user computing, and system operations for Hughes Aircraft
Corporate Offices. Supported business development for Hughes Corporate, Space and Communications Group, Missile Systems
Group, and Radar Systems Group.
Responsible for program controls of a
Foreign Military Sales (FMS) supply chain defense automated logistics (AUTOLOG) computer system supporting the Saudi Air
Force, US Air Force and Peace Shield. Work included product development comprising operations management, aircraft supply
logistics, maintenance, staff training and program monitoring for eight Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) bases.
Consultant technology division manager
responsible for managing global strategic, tactical, and operational computing products for three international airports in the
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and supporting Saudia Airlines travel worldwide.
Provided overall leadership in strategic planning,
applications development, performance management, and delivery of information services for business, applications, data,
and technology for ODOT and several other non-transportation organizations.
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9.

AirShipTG Status
• AirShip VTOL UAV designed by Berry in 1991
• Innovation in AirShip VTOL UAV Technology delivered at
PICMET’99 –Science & Engineering Summit
• Team of 16 with 98 years collective aviation & manufacturing




2012 NW Collaboratory & Clean Tech Solar Turbine Proposal
Survival Air Stretcher InnoCentive Award, May 2012
USAF Research Lab -Special Operations Transport V9 Proposal, 2011
SBIR RFP, 2011 - AirShip VTOL UAV V5 Long Endurance VTOL Tier 2
• Upcoming November 2012 Speaking Engagements:
– SBIR National Conf –AirShip V2 and AirScape Commercialization
– Luther College (Iowa) –AirShip Solar Turbine Entrepreneurship
– Luther College –AirScape Cloud Technology Architecture for Virtual
City Grid ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance)
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10.

AirShip UAV VTOL Drone
Solar Turbine (Solar Film/Rechargeable Ultracapacitors
Electric Propulsion) - Persistent Endurance
V2 and V5
Power Circuit Unit
PCU (Controller for Solar
Manual
Fold and Store
Low
Wings
Synchronous
UltraAspect
Capacitors
Array Film and Ultra
Capacitors)
Rotor Drive
Rear Ducted
Fan Air
Accelerator
Lateral Air
Intakes (2)
Clear Space
Aerial
Anterior
View
View
Carbon Fiber
Fuselage and
Airframe
AirShipV2
usesSolar Cells with
Printable
electronic
Lateral
Ducted
Conductive
Inks
onto Fan
PrintableNanoparticle
electronic
Polymers
Solar Cells withAir Accelerators (2)
Conductive
FrontInks
View
Nanoparticle
onto Polymers
Endurance: 30 - 90
Electricity
Electricity
Solar Film
Array Air
Solar Film
and
Inventions for the 21 Century
Accelerator
Vortech Super
Clean (2)
Tech
Chargers
Horizontal to
Vertical 60 lbs
Muted Air Thrust
Electric Impeller
st
Air Intake
Lateral View
days
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11.

AirShip Endurance V2
Critical Dimensions
AirShip V2 VTOL UAV - Military 2-foot Drone in a Backpack
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12. The V2 Competition – Ultralite UAV’s

AirShip V2
AirShip
Technologies
Commercial/DOD
4.4 lb
2.1 ft
1.4 ft
1 lb
Solar Turbine: Solar
Film/Ultra Capacitors
400 ft
3,500 nm
30 to 90 days
6,120 systems
Estimated Cost
$19,500
$60,000-$70,000
$300,000
$35,000
$35,000
Unknown
* Does not include 4 Dragon Eye, 6 Swift, and 15 Evolution systems (58 UA total) for SOCOM.
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13. The V5 Competition – Small UAV’s

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14.

AirScape
1st Responder Commercial Market
Reconnaissance
Surveillance
Payload
AirSniff
Intelligence
Geo-Imaging
Video-on-Demand
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15.

AirScape Services
• Explosives * IEDs • Disease Pathogen
• Narcotics
Vectors
• Air pollutants
Public Health, 1.2%
Inter-Planetary
Asteroid
Wildlife Monitoring,
AirSniff
Military Scouting
Multifunctional
0.9%
Communications,
Lost Hikers
Applications,
7.9%
1.8%
Air/Submersible Scout
Rail Collision Scout
Waterway Scouting
(lakes, rivers, oceans)
Remote Terrain
Scouting, 8.6%
Intelligence
Agriculture
Archaeology
Coastal Management
Natural Hazards
Environmental Monitoring
Forestry
Geographic
Information Systems
Geospatial
Imagery, 22.1%
Homeland Security
Land Coverage &
Geo Change Detection
Oil/Gas Exploration & Dev
Pipeline/Transmission Surveys
Online
Land Development
Mapping
Mining
& Imaging
Motion Picture Production
Augmentation,
Sports & Tourism
8.5%
Surveillance
• Google Maps. • Yahoo Maps
• MS Bing Maps • Zillow Maps
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Troop Transport
• Payload Transport
Medical Evacuation • Backpack Drone
UAV Resupply
• Tactical Defense
Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance - ISR
• Law Enforcement
Military
• Homeland Security
Mission,
• Boarder Surveillance
6.0%
• Emergency Management
• Disaster Relief Coverage
Public Safety,
• Firearm Discharge GPS Alert
10.0%
• Maritime Pirate Surveillance
• Sports Arena/Airport Terminals
• Campus Aerial Security
Environmental
Surveillance, 8.2%
News Media
Coverage, 4.1%
Hazardous Materials
Coverage, 4.2%
• Flyover Video
• Public Sporting Events
Reconnaissance
Search and Rescue
Service, 9.1%
Asset Mgt.
Surveillance,
9.7%
ISR
• Asset/Equip. • Government
• Electronic
• Transportation
Geographic Scanning
Fire Lookout Spotter
Fire Intelligence
Acoustics Monitoring
Wildlife Congregation
disruptor
Materials Monitoring
Power Line Checking
Utility Assets Observation
Pipe Line Checking
Fire ISR Alerts
• Lifeguards/Sharks
Hospital EMT
• Offshore Pirates
Land/Sea Search
• Resorts/Parks
Fire Dept. Search & Rescue
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16. Military Emerging Tactical Problem

X-Hawk
Military Emerging Tactical Problem
Major hurdles are faced by military
ground troops:
• Need
airand
platform
with high flight
Ground
air transportation
endurance
and capable
of separate
driving
remain effective
but have
on
prepared
surfaces, light offmodes
of operation..
road conditions or rough terrain,
• Warfighter
needs
to functionality
avoid water,
while pilotless
flight
difficult
road obstructions,
employsterrain,
VTOL (vertical
take off
improvised
devices
(IEDs)
and landing)explosive
ability and
cruising
and
up toambush
10,000 threats.
feet above ground.
AirShip
Lockheed
VTOL
Martin's
UAV
Transformer
Ducted-Fan
Israel
Technologies‘
Air
Force
X-Hawk
AAI's Design
• Small launch and land footprint. Carter Aviation
The Challenge:
Yes
Yes
Build an Air-to-Ground VTOL UAV
Wood propeller; fixed
Modified ducted-fan
Vertical Take Off & Land
VTOL Production
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DARPA - Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
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17.

AIR/VEHICLE Critical
Dimensions
WING
V-WING TAIL
1,128.0
207.4
Aspect Ratio (gross)
6.865
1.708
Taper Ratio (trap)
0.228
0.366
Area (Sq. Inches) (gross)
Tip Chord (Inches (trap)
AirShip Endurance V9
Critical Dimensions
8
Span (Inches) at Flight
108.0
60.0
Span (Inches) at Rest
60.0
16.0
18.0
24.0
76.3
108.0
108.0
24.0
30.0
39.5
47.0
38.0
Special Operations Transport - USAF Research Lab Submittal November 14, 2011
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18.

AirShip UAV VTOL Drone
Transformer with Hybrid Electric Air Accelerator
V9 and V17
Lithium-ion Battery
Top Mid Air
Intakes
Fold and Store
Low Aspect
Wings
Synchronous
Power Circuit Unit
PCU (Controller for Electric
Wheel Generators, Electric
Impeller & Master
Generator)
Rotor Drive
Titanium
Frame
Rechargeable Fuel
Packs
Anterior View
Clear Space
3-to-4 wheel,
Air-toGround
Transit
Transformer
(4) Electric In-Motor
Wheel Drivetrain and
Power Generator
Assemblies for Ground 1,250 Hp
Transit and Electric
Turbo Shaft
Propeller Power
Engines (2)
6,000 lbs Thrust
Front View
Electricity
Fuel
Liquid Fuel
Tank
Master
Electric Power
Generator
Horizontal to
Lateral TriFan Turbine Vertical 6,000
Assembly (2) lbs Quiet Air
Thrust
Ceramic Tile Panel
Ballistics Protection
Turbo Shaft to
Turbine Gear Drive
Exhaust
Compression
Lateral View
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19. Mission Cycles without Refueling V9 and V17

Cycle 1. Ship to Shore Insertion
Depart ship based
Staging area
Cycle 3. Special Operations Forces Resupply
Load supplies
At staging base
Land at area of
operation
Fly 120 miles to shore
Land - Drive
Drop off
Fly 110 miles
Land back at
staging base
Fly 110 miles
Reserve
10 min
Vertical
Take off
Vertical
Land
Vertical
Take off
Drive 130 miles
Cycle 2. IED Avoidance
Drive
30 miles
Fly 60
miles
Vertical
Take Off
Cycle 4. Medical Evacuations
Scout or
Patrol
Avoid IED
Zone
Drive 100
miles
Fly 60
miles
Depart stage area
in response to
Emergency Call
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Vertical
Take Off
Vertical
Land
Land - Drive
Pickup - Recover
Fly 120 miles
Reserve
10 min
Vertical
Land
Reserve
10 min
Manually drive 30 miles
To unload site
Vertical
Take off
Land at
medical facility
Fly 110 miles
Drive 20 miles
to Injured Soldier location
Reserve
10 min
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20.

AirShip
Endurance
AirShip Endurance
V5 VTOL
UAV
VTOL UAV Diverse Market
Requirements
DARPA
– US Army
• AirShip Endurance V17
• 4 troops with Equipment
• Resupply
• Medical Evacuation
• 17 ft long by 16 ft span
• 1,500 lbs. payload
• Endurance: 5 hours
USAF
– Research
Lab
• AirShip Endurance V9
• Special Operations
Transport
• 2 troop transport
• 9 ft long by 9 ft span
• 1,000 lbs. payload
• Endurance: 10 hours
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USAF
– SBIR
Dual-Use
• AirShip Endurance V5 • AirShip Endurance V2
• AirScape/AirSniff/ISR – • AirScape/AirSniff/ISR –
Intelligence/Reconnaissance/
Intelligence/Reconnaissance/
Surveillance
Surveillance
• 25“ long by 17.5” span
• 5 ft long by 3.5 ft span
• 4.4 lbs. total weight
• 10 lbs. payload
• Endurance: Persistent
• Endurance: Persistent
Surveillance with solar
30 to 90 days
film & ultra capacitors
30 - 90 days endurance
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21.

Persistent Flight Endurance
Persistent Endurance is working at a high level for
a long time without fatigue setting in early. AirShip Endurance V2
and V5 use a constant recharging electric architecture based on
external solar film array and ultra capacitors. With their reduced
weight and glide patterns, the AirShip V2 and V5 flight endurance
is designed to stay aloft for 30 to 90 days, based on flight speed &
weather.
V2
Persistent Endurance: V2 & V5
Velocity
Electric
Lateral Ducted
Air Accelerator
Electric Turbines
Rear Ducted
Air Accelerator
Electric Turbine
Starter
Renewable
Solar Film
Electricity
Ultra
Capacitors
(Electrical- Storage)
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V17
V9
V5
5 to 10 hours Endurance: V9 & V17
Velocity
Lateral
Ducted Fan
Turbines
Mechanical Shaft
Electric
Fuel
Turbo
Shaft
Engines
Motor/
Generator
Fuel
Tank
Battery
Pack
Engine
Exhaust
Compression
Rear
Ducted Air
Accelerator
Turbine
Starter
(Lithium-Ion)
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22.

AirShipTG’s Survival Air Stretcher
AERIAL
Survival Air Stretcher (SAS)
(Versatile Quick Inflatable)
135
85
SYS.
mmHg.
DIA..
mmHg.
Horizontal
Harness
Lift
8.0”
P/min..
62
Vertical
Harness
Lift
13.5”
Dragon Skin Ballistics
Protection Bag and Roll
Hand
Lifts
39”
Pressure
Inflation
Roll Out Prior to Air Inflation
Pressure
Tube
82”
Honeycomb Inflatable Fabric and Horizontal Rib
Did military rules cost a soldier his life? - CBS News
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82”
24”
PRODUCT
Collapsible
Lightweight
Strong
Quick Loading
Lift-to-evacuate
Robust to bumps
and vibration
Traverses rough
terrain
One-man operation
Reusable/separable
Quick & compact
storage
Head & neck support
Minimizes total
energy required
from a rescuer
Thermal management
for injured person
Ballistics protection
Face Portal Shield
with Interactive
Vital Signs Monitor
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23. AirShip V2 UAV Development Plan

AirShip V2 UAV DevelopmentWePlan
are here.
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24. The Market – Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

– Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) make up the aerospace
industry’s most dynamic growth sector. UAV spending is on pace to
double during the next decade from current worldwide expenditures of
$5.9 billion annually to $11.3 billion, totaling just more than $94 billion,
as detailed in a recent Teal Group market study: World Unmanned Aerial
Vehicle Systems—2011.
– Para-Public Missions Have Grown And Driven The Demand For
More Vertical Lift Capability. How about UAV replacements?
Drug Interactions
Plan Colombia: $1B international
aid program includes the
acquisition and support for
approx. 100 helicopters.
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Humanitarian
US Civil and Military Forces have
participated in over 30 humanitarian
missions since 2001, most requiring
significant vertical lift.
Border Patrol
US Borders And Customs Patrol has
added 50 helicopters in the past decade
(total force on 70) and expected to add
55 more in the next 5 years.
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25.

Defense
Market
Outlook
Technological Innovations Such As The
UAV Have Driven Growth In Battlefield
Intelligence
Airborne Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR)
Full Motion Video Collection (Flight Hours)
400,000
350,000
Navy &
USMC
300,000
250,000
Army
200,000
Air
Force
150,000
100,000
50,000
0
1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
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26.

Defense
Market
Outlook
Over The Next Decade, Fixed Wing
Aircraft Production Will Be Replaced In
Part By UAV Production …
Worldwide Military Fixed Wing Aircraft Production (2011-2020)
Units
1,000
900
UAV, 12%
800
700
600
UAV’s
500
400
Tanker, 10%
Special
Mission, -2%
Transport, -5%
300
200
100
0
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
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Trainer, -19%
Fighter /
Attack, -3%
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27. Marketing Plan

• Market AirShip VTOL UAVs for V2 and V5
– With the domestic market recently opening for US
national air space UAV operations, focus on building brand
awareness based on AirShip V2 & V5 competitiveness.
– Once US Air Force and Army post RFPs & contracts for airto-ground transit UAVs, then market V9 and V17 UAVs.
• Promote AirShipTG Brand
– Create brand awareness and business credibility by
establishing worldwide relationships with defense and
commercial customers and suppliers.
• Public Relations Blitz
– Focus advertisement through public speaking, internet,
conferences, newspapers, publications, and bloggers.
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28.

Proposed AirShip V2 Capitalization
2012
2013
2014
PHASE 1
$1,500,000
$1,625,000
$0
$3,125,000
PHASE 2
$0
$500,000
$440,000
$940,000
PHASE 3
$0
$200,000
$860,000
$1,060,000
PHAST 4
$0
$175,000
$1,700,000
$1,875,000
$1,500,000
$2,500,000
$3,000,000
$7,000,000
Capitalization
Total
Phase 1 – Vehicle design and preliminary prototype
development and analysis of endurance tradeoffs.
Phase 2 – Verification of flight control (simulation,
Solar Turbine VTOL UAV demonstration, collision
avoidance); preliminary order taking.
Phase 3 – Dual-use commercial and military
certification, pre-production, production, outsourced
order fulfillment, and AirScape Cloud launch.
Phase 4 - Launch AirShip V2 UAV product and
AirScape Service; Build and open AirShipTG UAV
production and operations facility.
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29. UAV Geographic Regions

UAVGeographic
Geographic
Regions
Regions
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30. AirScape Financial Projections

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31.

Revenue Model:
Proposed AirShip VTOL UAV Sales
& Production
7,000
6,000,000,000
6,469
V17
6,000
Sales
Revenue
Forecast
5,000
V9
V2
$5,500,623,633
5,000,000,000
5,773
4,000,000,000
4,442
4,000
3,000,000,000
3,701
V5
3,000
V2
Production
Forecast
2,000
1,721
$905,623,973
853
1,000
0
1,246
$1,249,886,207
V5
1,070 V9
769
5,600
2,000,000,000
1,000,000,000
8,600
2016
2017
AirShip V2
0
0
3,701
4,442
5,773
6,469
AirShip V5
0
0
241
494
853
1,246
AirShip V9
0
0
0
581
769
1,070
AirShip V17
0
0
0
0
0
1,721
AirScape
0
100
250
2,300
5,600
8,600
Revenue
AirShip Technologies Group
$98,262,596
494 581
$3,191,000 241
$2,190,000
200
0
0
0
00
00
329
2012
2013
2014
2015
V17
0
$1,500,000 $3,191,000 $98,262,59 $905,623,9 $1,249,886, $5,500,623,
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32.

Academic/Commercial Partnerships
Skill Sets
• Operations
& Technology Management
– Aeronautical design
• University
Internships
– Business
Functional Team
design
• Workflow
– SystemAccountability
analysis
AirShip UAV
– System
architecture
• Business,
Science
and
Development
– System construction
Engineering
Programs
– Technical writing
– Project management
Administration and Operations
Payroll
& Human
Resource
Mgt.
Financials
& Supply
Chain
Aeronautical Engineering
Vehicle
Design
VTOL
Flight
Design
Cooling
Systems
Design
Vehicle
Simulation
Hydraulic
Door Design
Academic
Commercial
Project
Cloud
Management Information
Systems
Electrical Engineering
Electrical
System
Design
Motor/
Engine
Design
Instrumentation
Electric
Turbine
Mgmt.
Document
Control
Electronics/
Wireless Engineering
Fly-by-Wire Drive-by-Wire
System
System
Design
Design
Remote
Control
Systems
Software
Develop’t
Prototyping & Manufacturing
Airframe
Assembly
Power
Train
Assembly
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Electrical
Assembly
Collision
Avoidance
Systems
In-Wheel
Drivetrain
Suspension
Materials
Mgmt.
External
Panels &
Interior
Life
Support
Systems
Testing and
Certification
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33.

Value Proposition
Innovation
Contact: Ben Berry, CEO
AirShip Technologies Group
Mission
There’s a familiar pattern in Reinvention: Rethinking
answers
Capital
Relevant
Investment
to problems lead [email protected]
a new technology coming
along to fill a
long-standing need. But as it becomes widely implemented,
18522
Anduin
Terrace
questions arise over how
best
to use
it and how it may affect
Lake Oswego, Oregon U.S.A.
the rest of the World!
Ben Berry, CEO AirShipUnlock
Technologies Group
503 320-1175
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