SkyRunner Selects INVISIO Intercom and AI-Enabled Gen II Communication Systems for SkyRunner MK3.2 Light Sports Aircraft

SkyRunnerchief strategy officer Michael jensen led this joint project for SkyRunner. As a retired USAF Lieutenant Colonel and career Special Operator, he was intimately familiar with INVISIO systems from his active service. Jensen observed that “this upgrade builds on SkyRunner’s demonstrated mission sets as an exceptionally capable command and control platform, mesh network relay or ISR (intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance) platform. “.

This MILSPEC rated system also dramatically improves the user experience for SkyRunner recreational pilots. Now pilot and passenger can enjoy clear communication and low ambient noise levels during all phases of flight and even listen to music or make phone calls via the built-in Bluetooth module, while override algorithms Smartphones ensure that you will never miss a call from air traffic control. CEO of SkyRunner Stewart hamel personally conducted the test flights for the new intercom system and reiterated its founding values, noting that “The installation of INVISIO as standard equipment on all SkyRunners reflects our continued commitment to the best technology in the world. world that we use to organize every part of every plane. ”

At the head of the INVISIO Mobility group, Vice-President Nicolas lafferty said “With our new advanced capabilities with Intercom and Gen II AI control units, we were able to leverage our lessons learned with land vehicles and air platforms to create a unique communications solution for the SkyRunner aircraft. MK 3.2. This solution provides crystal clear communication capabilities wherever the SkyRunner can take its customers and we are thrilled to be a part of it. “

INVISIO is a global market leader in advanced communication and hearing protection systems. The company develops and sells advanced systems that allow professionals in noisy and critical environments to communicate and work effectively, while protecting their hearing.

INVISIO systems provide operational benefits and increased security for military and security personnel. They also help reduce the costs of hearing loss for individuals and society.

Sales are mainly made from the head office of Copenhagen and through their own sales offices in the United States, France and Italy, as well as through a global network of partners and resellers. The activity is normally conducted through procurement. The Group has long-term framework contracts with the defense authorities in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and Denmark, among others.

About SkyRunner
SkyRunner, LLC is a privately held aircraft manufacturing company headquartered in Shreveport, LA, UNITED STATES. SkyRunner designs and manufactures the MK 3.2, a special light sport aircraft for civilian and military end users. Founded by Stewart hamel, SkyRunner has achieved S-LSA FAA certification june 2016, and full approval as a two-occupant aircraft july 2017. Public use aircraft will have the option of three seats. Today, SkyRunner has grown into one of the world’s fastest growing aircraft manufacturers in terms of class and category.

SkyRunner has been recognized by Collins Aerospace, Ubisoft, 5.11 Tactical, SOFREP, BBC, Military Chanel, Top Gear, Fox News, CNN, Discovery, Flying Magazine, Digital Trends Magazine, Hammacher Schlemmer, Light Aircraft Manufacturing Association, RedBull among others industry publications.

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International Adventure Vehicle of the Year 2020
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Best Aircraft Manufacturing Company, Southeastern United States 2019
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