PteroDynamics

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PteroDynamics is an aircraft company that has developed a patent-pending aircraft design that is a breakthrough for so-called vertical take off and landing (VTOL) aircraft, needed to make everything from drone delivery to air taxis possible with profound military applications as well.

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