Stavatti Aerospace is an innovative business responsible for the design, prototyping, flight-testing, qualification, production, distribution and providing total system contractor logistical support for original manned and unmanned aerospace vehicles. Conducting the majority of programs as privately financed, commercial initiatives focused upon producing products that will address anticipated aerospace defense needs, Stavatti Aerospace practices Selling What We Make. A division of Stavatti Heavy Industries, Ltd., Stavatti Aerospace is composed of six sector enterprises to most effectively satisfy potential customer needs:
Stavatti Military Aerospace is the sector enterprise that manages the design, development, production, sale and CLS of tactical and strategic aerospace vehicles for military service with the DoD as well as NATO/Allied Air Forces. Conducting the majority of new military aerospace development programs as privately sponsored, commercial ventures to satisfy anticipated defense needs, Stavatti Military Aerospace practices Selling What We Make. Principal anticipated products of Stavatti Military Aerospace will include Counter-Insurgency (COIN), Close Air Support (CAS), Forward Air Control (FAC), Light Weight Fighter (LWF), Multi-Role Fighter (MRF), Air Dominance/Air Superiority Fighter (ADF/ASF), Carrier Air Defense (CAD), Strategic Reconnaissance (SR), Tactical Reconnaissance (TR), Medium Bomber (MB), Heavy Bomber (HB), Tactical Transport (TT), Strategic Transport (ST), Combat Rescue Tanker (CRT), Supersonic Trainer (ST), Advanced Trainer (AT) and Basic Trainer (BT) aircraft as well as Space Superiority Fighters (SSFs-eventual circa 2040).
Stavatti General Aviation is responsible for the design, development, production, sale and support of general aviation aircraft including single-engine lightplanes, twin-engine lightplanes, bushplanes, Light Sport Aircraft (LSA), Very Light Jets (VLJs), multi-engine turbofan 8-12 passenger executive aircraft, multi-engine turbofan 10-20 passenger executive aircraft with global reach and Supersonic Business Jets (SBJs). Focusing upon both land and amphibious aircraft, Stavatti General Aviation is dedicated to the production of next generation private and executive aircraft that will introduce unprecedented levels of comfort, eloquence, safety, efficiency and greater affordability to general aviation.
Stavatti Commercial Aerospace is the commercial aircraft development and manufacturing enterprise of Stavatti Aerospace. Initially concentrating on the production of 75-150 passenger turboprop multi-engine regional airliners, the 40 year strategic plan of Commercial Aerospace includes the introduction of twin-turbofan 100 to 150 passenger narrowbody commercial airliners, tri-turbofan 150 to 200 passenger widebody commercial airliners, multi-turbofan 300-400 passenger widebody commercial airliners and large commercial cargo aircraft for the carriage of out-sized payloads. Emphasizing spacious passenger accommodations coupled with the introduction of next generation materials, avionics and propulsion systems, Stavatti Commercial Airliners will cruise in the Mach 0.90 regime with appreciable endurance, range and efficiency. Expanding the envelope, Stavatti Commercial Aerospace will also produce supersonic 75 to 125 passenger narrowbody trans-continental airliners that cruise in the Mach 1.5 to 2.75 regime.
Stavatti Unmanned Aerospace is chartered with the mission of producing autonomous flight control laws, integrated systems and associated hardware to permit the autonomous function of Stavatti manned and unmanned aircraft. It is the intention that by 2020, all manned Stavatti Aerospace vehicles will be equipped with a stand-by autonomous flight control system which permits the aerospace vehicle to operate in an unmanned/autonomous capacity in the event of operator incapacitation or in the even the operator is rendered/deemed incapable of safely operating the aircraft due to conditional circumstances which exceed the operator's skill set. The Unmanned Aerospace enterprise is responsible with producing the autonomous systems and integrating them into man-carrying aircraft. Unmanned Aerospace will also design and produce dedicated unmanned/autonomous aircraft including Unmanned Cargo Aircraft (UCAs), Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicles (UCAVs), Autonomous Prompt Global Strike (APGS), Unmanned Reconnaissance Aircraft (URAs), Drones and Personal Unmanned Aircraft (PUAs).
Stavatti Missile Systems is the guided air ordinance enterprise of Stavatti Aerospace responsible for the design, development and production of next generation guided Air-to-Air Missiles (AAMs) including tube-launched, compact successors to the AIM-9 class missile as well as a compact, hypersonic successor to the AIM-120. Focusing upon producing lightweight, compact missile systems which will provide greater Probability of Kill (PoK) than current systems while requiring significantly reduced aircraft internal weapons bay carriage volumes. Missile Systems will also develop and produce next generation Air-to-Ground Missiles (AGMs), Surface-to-Air Missiles (SAMs) and Supersonic Cruise Missiles (SCMs).
Stavatti Advanced Development is Stavatti's Advanced Research and Development arm, serving as the catalyst of innovation for Stavatti Aerospace enterprises. A cross-sector operations group, Stavatti Advanced Development is challenged with the mission of inventing the future of Stavatti Aerospace, including pioneering the introduction and application of new aerospace vehicle types and configurations, new materials, new sensors, new computing power, new powerplants and new mechanisms to enable heavier-than-air manned and unmanned flight. Responsible for the development, prototyping, testing and evaluation of novel aerospace vehicle demonstrators that pave new ground, Stavatti Advanced Development is the playground where new ideas are conceived and validated prior to their introduction and application within the dedicated design and production enterprises of Stavatti Aerospace.
HEAVY INDUSTRIES ORGANIZATION
Stavatti Heavy Industries, Ltd., is a high technology, heavy industrial manufacturing concern established in 2005 as a Hawaii domiciled C corporation. Stavatti Heavy Industries, Ltd. was established to design, develop, manufacture, market and provide associated customer support for durable goods, including aerospace vehicles and defense systems, for military, commercial and private sector customers through its wholly owned and affiliated divisions and subsidiaries. Stavatti Heavy Industries, Ltd. is identified by the logotype acronym SHI. SHI, its divisions and joint venture enterprises do business under the assumed trade-name Stavatti. Stavatti is a trademark licensed for use by Stavatti Heavy Industries, Ltd. The Stavatti trademark is applied to all durable goods produced by the divisions and subsidiaries of SHI., including aerospace vehicles and defense systems.
Stavatti Heavy Industries, Ltd. (SHI), is organized into multiple divisions:
Stavatti SHI delegates the design, development and production of all durable goods to its wholly-owned divisions. SHI in-and-of-itself, is not responsible for the design and manufacture of goods, or the provision of services. Rather, SHI serves as a holding company responsible for division strategic management. Addressing the specific market segments of each sector enterprise, SHI performs the total integration of all goods and services delivered by wholly-owned divisions/subsidiaries and partially owned joint-ventures into a symphony of commercial deliverables.
Each division is an independently incorporated, stand-alone corporate entity with a clearly defined objective, core competency and vision. Each division is directly responsible for the management of the design, development, certification/ qualification and production of all products developed by either that specific division, or by joint-venture enterprises operating under the strategic management of that division. Each division is also responsible for the provision of services, which fall within the envelope of their specific core competency. Core competencies are not limited to a specific product, but a series or line of products which fall into a specific category. Each division is subdivided into internal divisions to address particular aspects of its core competency, including the management of specific joint-venture enterprises that are owned in-part by the division. Ultimately, each division is organized to benefit from the Stavatti Approach to Program Management. SHI typically maintains no less than 50% and up to 100% equity ownership in each division. Each division is, by definition at 51% or greater equity ownership, considered wholly-owned.
SHI was formed to appropriately orchestrate Stavatti's strategic vision. Modeled after the extraordinarily successful Heavy Industrial Enterprises of Japan, including Mitsubishi, Fuji and Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Stavatti Heavy Industries is an evolution of the original Stavatti Corporation established in 1994. Now the majority shareholder of Stavatti Corporation, Stavatti Heavy Industries, Ltd. is structured to enable the expansion of Stavatti into the design and production of products above and beyond fixed wing aircraft. Upon achieving the level of technological expertise necessary to develop and mass-produce a modern combat aircraft, one can design and manufacture nearly all material goods. This is a root philosophy driving the foundation of SHI. Stavatti began as an aircraft manufacturer focused upon the creation of new and original fixed wing aircraft for special access, military and civilian sport applications. While engaged in the process of developing very high performance, next generation aerospace vehicles, Stavatti was required to master a breadth of fields, ranging from materials and propulsion science to laser and high-energy physics. Applying a lean, hybridized skunk works style management technique, the Stavatti approach focused upon the profitable, high volume, mass production of sophisticated products using flexible tooling/manufacturing.
In so doing, the strategic vision of SHI is to engage in the development and production of next generation aerospace vehicles, powerplants, energy generation systems, information systems, sensor systems, avionics, naval and marine vessels, submarines, automobiles and ground transportation systems, automotive subsystems, missiles and missile systems, armament systems, the mining of metallic and non-metallic substances, the production of alloy and non-alloy materials, control systems, electro and hydromechanical power transfer systems, advanced computing devices and the provision of advanced design, engineering and security services. Serving as a mechanism for reindustrialization, SHI will provide affordable, clean, environmentally friendly solutions in satisfaction of global demands for high performance durable goods.