About INF Inject

Based in Brisbane, Australia – Innoflight Inject (INF INJECT) specializes in developing the latest technology in EFI engines, autopilots, servos, and manufacturing processes. The company’s focus is on customer satisfaction, and they prioritize understanding their customers’ needs and implementing quick and efficient design changes based on customer feedback.

Innoflight Inject is committed to providing high-quality products and excellent customer service. The company’s support structure is top-notch, and its team is passionate about aviation, design, and manufacturing. The director of the company, Stephen Greig, brings a wealth of experience to the table, with Stephen being an expert in UAV design/avionics/RC aircraft and composite construction.

Key Products for Military Applications

Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) Systems

Innoflight International’s EFI technology, integrated into their UAV engines, offers improved fuel economy
and performance. This technology is crucial for military UAVs, ensuring reliability and efficiency in demanding conditions.

Generator/Alternator Starter Systems

When integrated with the engine system, allows for recharging of battery systems and remote starting of the engine.

UAS and Heavy Lift Platforms

Designed for endurance, modularity and heavy lifting, these platforms are suitable for a variety of military applications, including surveillance and logistics.

iHE7 Hybrid-Electric Generator

This innovative generator, developed in collaboration with Desert Aircraft, powers the Innoflight International’s heav lift UAS platform, the ScanLift Orbit, providing extended flight times and long- range capabilities ideal for military use in surveillance, mapping, and communications.

Currently in Testing

Heavy fuel EFI engines, designed for scenarios where flammable fuels pose a risk, are presently in the advanced stages of development. Additionally, Innoflight International has established a partnership with an Australasian Company that has a team of top aerospace engineers. This collaboration focuses on the development of a series of winged RPAS (Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems) that aim to redefine the limits of performance, versatility, robustness, and range providing a turn-key solution. Potential use cases for the RPAS, developed in partnership with Innoflight International and leading aerospace engineers, include functioning as target drones and performing long-range reconnaissance missions. Their capability for delivery will equip tactical land forces with an organic airborne Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) capability, enhancing operational effectiveness in various scenarios.

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