Power4Flight (P4F) is the US based distributor of Currawong’s products. P4F was founded by Ross Hoag and Bill Vaglienti, both of whom have had extensive experience in the UAV industry and who together founded Cloud Cap Technology, now a division of UTC Aerospace Systems. P4F operates a propulsion development and test facility in Hood River, Oregon and performs engine calibrations and endurance testing for Currawong’s engines. Currawong is collaborating with P4F and Cobra Aero on a new clean-sheet 33cc engine specifically designed for the aerospace market. Currawong’s Corvid-29 engine is marketed in the US as the B29i engine (likewise the Corvid-50 engine is known as the B50i).
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HFE International, based in Tucson, Arizona, is a partner in propulsion system development with Currawong and is an established user of Currawong’s EFI systems and components. HFE was founded by Tom West, an experienced engineer who has spent many years in the development of UAV propulsion systems.
Cobra Aero is a division of Cobra Moto, based in Hillsdale, Michigan, a company that is highly regarded as a manufacturer of mini motocross bikes. Cobra Aero, Power4Flight and Currawong are collaborating on a clean-sheet, advanced UAV engine. This engine, to be known as the Corvid-33 (or A33i in the US), is a single cylinder 33cc two stroke engine of advanced design. The engine will offer true aerospace technology for the first time to the propulsion of small to medium size UAVs.