XTI Aerospace Gains Investor Attention with TriFan 600 VTOL Aircraft

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XTI Aerospace, Inc. is the parent company of XTI Aircraft Company, an aviation business based near Denver, Colorado. The company is currently developing the TriFan 600, a fixed-wing business aircraft designed to have the vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) capability of a helicopter, speeds of 345 mph, and a range of 700 miles. This innovative aircraft is set to create an entirely new category – the vertical lift crossover airplane (VLCA).

The company’s leadership team boasts decades of business experience, deep aviation industry expertise, and a proven track record of successfully bringing new aircraft to market. They have participated in teams that played a role in taking over 40 aircraft through FAA certification.

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In addition to its aviation business, XTI Aerospace also operates the Inpixon business unit, a leader in RTLS (Real-Time Location System) technology. Inpixon’s location intelligence solutions are used by customers around the world in factories and other industrial facilities to optimize operations, increase productivity, and enhance safety.

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