Silent Flyer have started a cooperation with Purdue University in Indiana in US
Hólmgeir Guðmundsson joined the company’s diverse group of shareholders
Recently, the Icelandic Directorate of Fisheries meet us for coffee and discussions
Silent Flyer technology has been approved with the European Patent Office (EPO).
Flygildi has been invited to enter into an agreement for a market development grant for 10 million ISK.
Our fifth-generation prototype is undergoing intensive propulsion testing in the lab.
At the same time new wing shapes are explored in open-air free flight testing of our static wing test platform.
The Silent Flyer was featured on the BBC program. Interviewed in the segment is our Technical Director Peter Höller who goes over some of the potential applications of the bird.
Reykjavik-based Startup Flygildi has entered into an agreement with the Icelandic Aviation Authority (Isavia) regarding the testing of its proprietary technology.
Drones have held interest however with recent developments in price, stability, and effectiveness they have become increasingly common through it.
The Silent Flyer is the innovative drone developed by Icelandic copmany Flygildi. The Silent Flyer´s competitive edge comes from it´s design.