Advanced Materials & Propulsion Engineering & Research Inc. (“AMPERe”), a private Canadian technology company focused on bringing to market disruptive technologies announced its planned launch of the futuristic SCAPHA, Autonomous Flying Vehicle.

“SCAPHA will be powered by AMPERe’s proprietary and patented hydrogen engine and benefit from an expected market leading power to weight ratio that will represent more than a 500% improvement to the current market offerings,” said Wojciech Gaj-Jablonski, Founding President and Chief Technology Officer.

“The SCAPHA is expected to be a leading market participant and deliver superior performance, long range, reliability and safety in the emerging air segment of the Transportation as a Service (“TAAS”) market covering urban transit, city to city and utility/delivery applications,” said Luke Wolk, Chief Operating Officer.

“The SCAPHA is a natural new product progression to AMPERe’s current engines, power generation and UAV products now being sold across international markets through strategic partner companies WPS, ACE and PXS. We plan to launch our SCAPHA prototype in 2021 and continue on plan to full commercialization of production models,” added Mr. Wolk, COO. “All AMPERe products are designed to significantly reduce emissions and customer operating costs, and when powered by hydrogen deliver zero GHG emissions.”

Mr. Jablonski also announced today that Ms. Katherine Ju has been appointed the Chief Executive Officer for the SCAPHA operating company and she will lead the global company’s business operations. Ms. Ju is a highly successful international business executive with experience in Europe, North America, and Asia. Her professional experience covers the automotive, technology and consumer packaged goods sectors. Ms. Ju has an MBA from ESA3 in Paris, France.

“We are delighted to welcome Katherine to the team,” commented Mr. Jablonski, President. “I am very excited to be joining and leading SCAPHA, and I look forward to bringing the company’s incredible advanced technology to market,” commented Katherine Ju, CEO.

Source: Press Release

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