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Moller International was founded in 1983 as a spin-off of Moller Corporation to continue to design, develop, manufacture and market personal vertical takeoff and landing aircraft (VTOL). The company has developed and integrated the disparate technologies required for small, powered-lift VTOL aircraft. These include electronic stabilization and control systems, efficient ducted fan designs, thrust vectoring mechanisms and aerodynamically stable composite airframe structures.
The single most significant spin-off technology is the Rotapower engine, a Wankel rotary engine. This engine is now produced and marketed by Freedom Motors.
Moller International had resided in a research park near the campus of UC Davis for over 35 years. A long-standing member of the Davis community, we were one of the first to move into the business park and had been in our building since 1982. Recently the company has made a strategic move to facilities in Dixon, just 10 minutes from the previous facility. At this time, the company is not offering tours of the new facility.
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