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control of static heaviness (COSH)

The patented COSH system allows the Aeroscraft to compress inert helium for in-flight ballasting, which enables true vertical take-off and landing flight without external ballasts, used bother airships. By being able control the vehicle’s heaviness relative to the outside air, the Aeroscraft has eliminated the need for infrastructure and ground personnel from the equation, and opened a new area for cargo logistics, commercial and government transportation.