The Company and Team

Ubiquity Interface Inc is an Arlington, Texas based corporation.  It was established in 2014 and has grown to include five divisions that develop unmanned vehicle systems, collision avoidance for unmanned vehicle systems, robotics, learning systems and share ride interface development. The  co-founder and CEO of Ubiquity Interface is  Dr. O. Osemwengie who also serve as the principal investigator for the company research team. Other members of the research team include M. Risso, S. Sudhi, M. Dunia and 1st Lt. K. Osemwengie (US Army Ret.). Additionally, three personnel from Marques Aviation, Dr. PASCAL Marques, De. Emaid A. Retha and Mr. Sonke Dierks are expert advisers to Ubiquity Interface Inc. We collaborate i product design and development with Marques Aviation.

 

 

Ubiquity Interface Inc.'s Administrative Team and Expert Advisers
Hauler V. 1 Military Cargo UAV.
Hauler V. 1 Military Cargo UAV.

Hauler V.1 Military Cargo UAV Developed by Us and Marques Aviaition

Ubiquity Interface collaborated with Marques Aviation Ltd to develop a cargo UAV the Hauler V.1 for a DARPA sponsored solicitation. The aim of the proposed research program is to develop a versatile drone for cargo delivery and casualty evacuation (CASEVAC) in support of military operations. The development of cargo drones has been stagnant due primarily to safety concerns in the operation of UAVs and integration in the air space. The US Air Force and the FAA are in support of medium size drones for military operations and cargo delivery, as long as UAV operations attain acceptable levels of safety. We propose R&D of a wing-copter drone configuration with VTOL/STOL capability known as D1 Hauler characterized by innovative vertical propulsion technology. The new technology requires further development of our proprietary patented vertical coaxial-rotor propulsion model (Patent: US2013/0105620 A1) to produce an advanced wingcopter concept characterised by: dual turbo-shaft engines for redundancy, coaxial puller propeller, coaxial vertical rotor system, variable pitch vertical rotors, retractable vertical rotors to reduce drag, asymmetric vertical rotor diameter to isolate vibration and resonance, superior aircraft structural design to dissipate vibration originating from 10 propellers, reduced vehicle moment of inertia for enhanced flight control, and short vertical-horizontal flight transition.