In 2006, one of the largest defense contractors in the U.S. chose the Company to develop both the rotor system and airframe of a low observable unmanned delivery vehicle using the guidance system electronics of the defense contractor. In 2007, the technology was successfully demonstrated through successful ground-based flight tests of a Company built, wireless-controlled, small-scale model of a fixed-wing that could be aerially launched, flown unmanned close to a designated point and converted to a gyroplane for a precise GPS-controlled spot landing.