|Bid||0.0000 x 0|
|Ask||0.0000 x 0|
|Day's Range||0.1500 - 0.1800|
|52 Week Range||0.1010 - 1.4000|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||-8.29|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Mar 29, 2018 - Mar 30, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Astro Aerospace (ASDN), the company creating autonomous, eVTOL (Electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing) aerial vehicles and drones is taking steps to protect its valuable intellectual property through the filings of suitable patent applications, design applications and trademark applications. In consideration of Astro’s soon to be revealed Modular System and new prototype design launch, the organization has taken steps to protect its designs, naming rights and the proprietary control systems which have demonstrated industry leading flight capabilities.
Astro’s engineers and team are proud to be selected to participate in the UAM Grand Challenge alongside “the best of the best" of the UAM community. NASA remains committed to supporting accessible air transport systems for passengers and cargo by working with the urban air mobility (UAM) community to identify and address the key challenges ahead. In 2020, NASA will host a UAM ecosystem-wide challenge for participants to execute system level safety and integration scenarios within a robust and relevant environment.
Astro Aerospace (ASDN), the company creating autonomous, eVTOL (Electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing) aerial vehicles and drones is excited to share their recent vehicle upgrades and a few features of its anticipated new model release.
Astro Aerospace (OTCMarkets: “ASDN”), a company creating autonomous, eVTOL (Electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing) aerial vehicles and drones is pleased to announce that the Astro Aerospace “Elroy” was featured in Electric VTOL News, one of the category leaders on the progress of electric and hybrid-electric powered Vertical Take-Off and Landing aircrafts. The article features the success of the “Elroy,” Astro’s PassengerDrone, which was strategically acquired earlier in the year, and that became the first step of the company's corporate mission of “self-flying unmanned and manned vehicles becoming a mainstream mode of transportation.” Astro Aerospace received a Special Flights Operations Certificate (SFOC) in September from Transport Canada, which allowed them to conduct multiple unmanned flight tests just outside of Toronto at the Markham Airport.