With over fifteen years of unmanned airship development under our belts, GUS has refined and improved our airship designs to accommodate a wide range of industry applications.
GUS enjoyed great commercial success with unmanned airships, primarily providing aerial broadcasting and advertising, up until the ban on unmanned aircraft in 2007 by the FAA. No company or individual was allowed to operate drones for compensation (i.e., commercially) during the ban.
The FAA ban sidelined GUS, but we used the time productively to further refine our designs while working within the Department of Defence (DoD) contracting environment.
With the FAA finally providing a legal path to market for large UAS GUS stands ready to reenter the private commercial sector stronger than ever.