NEWS: Valmie (VMRI) Takes New Commercial Base Unit for Successful Test Flight

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The Valmie Resources Inc. (OTCBB: VMRI) team headed to Nevada this week where it conducted a successful test flight of one of the five commercial base units the company purchased from ALTI UAS. The test flight was held in conjunction with Praxis Aerospace Concepts (PACI).

Valmie will be incorporating five of the featured aircraft as it initiates commercial operations, offering a combination of unmanned vehicles, components, and services.

ALTI’s next generation Transition unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) features an advanced and efficient fixed wing system with vertical take off and land (VTOL) capability.

The Transition has been well proven with confirmed flight performance and endurance of up to seven hours and 500km range per flight. The Transition is made from the highest-grade materials, using unique proprietary techniques to ensure quality and reliability. A highly advanced aerodynamic design allows for low stall speeds, efficient cruise with very low drag, excellent stability, and extremely low weight. The airframe is completely modular and can be rapidly deployed from case to air in under 10 minutes with only two operators required.

In addition to ALTI UAS, Valmie has brought together top resources to offer customers many options in aircraft, components, and services. Vertitek, Valmie’s wholly owned subsidiary, delivers design and customization of prototypes for commercial UAVs in a wide range of sizes and categories.

Another resource available to Valmie is PACI, a well-respected U.S. consultancy offering a unique mix of proprietary technology and domain expertise. The firm specializes in white label services and provides unmanned systems and autonomous technology testing for various universities and corporations.

http://valmie.com/

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