WaveAerospace is Building Drones for Extreme Weather using the Series 1780
“WaveAerospace builds the aircraft that carry our customer’s critical payloads. What differentiates our aircraft from all other small unmanned aerial systems (“sUAS”) is that our aircraft can fly 24/7/365 in almost any weather conditions. In other words, “We fly during the storm when we are needed most—not after.”Read More
Drones taking off in Connecticut with fed support
August 2, 2021 – “There have been some very exciting developments over the past year, even with the pandemic,” Mark Strauss, co-founder of Stamford’s WaveAerospace, told the Business Journal. “We’re continuing our testing program, we’ve moved offices and we’re still working on the Stamford-Huntington project.”Read More
UConn’s TIP Digital Brings Disruptive Companies On Board in First Months
WaveAerospace is a unique TIP company as it is an aircraft manufacturer. With its testing and prototyping facilities offsite, much of its design, computational modeling, and flight data analysis will take place at its TIP offices. WaveAerospace builds aircraft that fly in weather that would ground most other aircraft.
“Put simply, we fly during the storm when we are needed most — not after,” Strauss says.Read More
UConn Grows in Stamford with New Data Science Incubator
February 16, 2021 All weather heavy lift drone technology (Wave Aerospace) to offer a drone platform that flies safely and reliably close to vertical facades unlike other drones on the market.Read More
Wave Aerospace proposes commercial drone delivery between Stamford and Long Island
March 3, 2020 – A Stamford company’s proposal to formally establish a corridor across the Long Island Sound for commercial drone delivery is gaining momentum, according to Mark Strauss, co-founder of Wave Aerospace.
“We haven’t received FAA approval yet,” Strauss said at his office at Serendipity Labs in Stamford. “But we are continuing to have conversations with them and we have the backing of the Stamford mayor’s office.Read More