Undervalued Spotlight: The Mundus Group

The Mundus Group, Inc. (MNDP) is a publicly-listed, advanced aerospace and technology company that is providing the best solutions to many of the world’s most serious issues. Incorporated in 1992, and head quartered in Nevada, MNDP is spearheading a new industry in the surveillance and unmanned aerial vehicles industry. Through its wholly owned subsidiaries Airstar International (ASI) and Roadable Aircraft Inc. (RAI), MNDP has been providing patented Vertical Take Off and Landing (VTOL) and Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAV) technology for commercial and military use, since 1980.

MNDP is at the cutting edge of jet turbine-ducted fan technology and fuses state of the art design engineering and prototype facilities with computer assisted autonomous flight technologies, remote control, HD video wireless linkage and advance optics. From U.S. Navy co-developed UAVs for aerial observation and environmental testing to advanced VTOL aerospace technology for multiple end uses, MNDP is currently providing and developing revolutionary products with global potential for change that offer economic protection and growth opportunities for investors.

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Besides ASI and RAI, MNDP currently operates under four other wholly owned divisions. Air Intel Systems (AIS) is a dedicated aerial surveillance business with sales of UAV surveillance systems which provide turnkey solutions to military and government agencies around the world. AirStar Sky Productions will continue ASI’s dedicated movie production and cinematography business in Hollywood, California. AirStar UAV 4 Life Search & Rescue will provide search and rescue services and sales for government agencies. AirStar Weather Systems will provide sales and service of dedicated early warning weather technology to the federal and state meteorological observation agencies. This is particularly applicable to Gulf Coast states concerned about hurricanes, and tornado prone states like Kansas, Nebraska and Oklahoma. ASI’s CamCopter and VariScope technology has been keeping watch over the world since 1988 through its civilian VTOL division.

In addition, Air Drone Inc. (ADI) (www.airdroneinc.com), will become an advanced UAV manufacturer and a leader in VTOL technology, used to replace all current AirStars in service and provide the ducted fan technology under development. ADI was formed to continue the development that ASI began in 1988 with the design and manufacturing of advanced remote controlled UAV helicopters for the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, and Northrop Grumman; and has since continued with the University of Southern California, among many others.

KEY INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHTS

  • 25 years of UAV production and established market presence.

  • Proprietary carbon-fiber ducted fan vehicles will be the first compact VTOL vehicle capable of airspeeds of 125-150 mph. (powered by a Rolls Royce 425-horse power jet turbine engine).

  • Holds “Counter Rotating Ducted Fan” patents on the VTOL vehicle: US 6,457,670 and US 2002/0104919A1.

  • All VTOL prototypes, business plans and technology were previously invented, researched, developed and built in California, and remains strategically and intellectually based in the SoCal aerospace industry.

  • High barriers to entry, low comparable competition.

  • Patented VTOL technology co-developed with the U.S. Navy at the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division under a 3-year agreement and partnership with CALSTART (an advanced transportation consortium funded by Lockheed).

  • Street legal vehicle (drives as a car at a top highway speed of 95 mph); takes off and lands just like a helicopter (flying at 1,000 ft. to 14,000 ft.).

  • Ducted fan allows increased safety advantage of having no exposed blades, permitting close and safe operational proximity to pedestrian bystanders, trees, buildings, bridges, traffic and other infrastructure.

  • Innovative approach to a lift and control system for a VTOL vehicle brings a whole new era to remote control vehicles in close inner space operation

  • Stable VTOL platform (using sixteen counter-rotating propellers within a completely enclosed composite) enables the delivery of robotic devices.

  • Ducted fan UAV under development with solar nanotechnology panels could provide sustained flight with zero emissions Text in pink throughout this document will be laid out as call-outs on the website to break up the copy and highlight key information.

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2003 UAV VTOL Terminator (above right) was originally proposed for deployment from Trident missile silos. RAI and ASI were the only private companies ever to have an operational presence at the U.S. Navy’s secret high tech systems testing range and Naval version of “Skunk Works”.

Successful Independent Performance Evaluation & Validation

  • In 2003, ASI entered into a relationship with RAI to build a secret UAV at the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division. Pictured above is the ASI/RAI co- developed, built and flight tested UAV. This UAV was ADI’s first prototype and was completed while engaged in a three year Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) between 2001 and 2004, with the U.S.

  • NAVY at Point Mugu Naval Air base, in California. The project ultimately culminated in a U.S. Patent for RAI’s VTOL vehicle using 16 counter-rotating propellers within a ducted fan enclosure.

  • The UAV developed in 2004 became the test bed for DARPA submissions and proposals for RAI’s “Terminator” Orchestrated Remote Controlled Assault/Surveillance Systems (ORCAS); and its robotic surgeon know as Medical Emergency Deployment Aerial Vehicle (MEDAV).

Long-Term Major Market Opportunities

As the need for alternative transportation increases and public awareness increases, MNDP will be in an excellent position to become the market leader. As sales increase over time and competition emerges, the company will be well positioned to use information acquired during production and sales, to continually improve its product to better suit the need of its customers.

MNDP continues to innovate in order to meet the needs of a large and growing market. The company has developed a fourth generation jet turbine ducted fan technology which fuses state of the art design engineering and prototype facility with computer assisted auto flight technologies, remote controlled and composite technologies industry segments. Other design modifications have been incorporated to lower the cost of manufacturing and increase economy of operation, space-efficiency and simplicity. In addition, the company reports that the relatively low power requirements for its UAV technology make it possible for alternative fuel-powered operation, broadening its applications and making it even more environmentally benign.

Rising worldwide awareness of population and economic growth, industrial development, ageing equipment, global warming and increasing pollution continue to drive investments into infrastructure and clean technology.

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