Davis, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/21/2015 -- (OTC:MLER), Moller International (the Company) has been invited to speak at "The 3rd World Emerging Industries Summit" (WEIS 2015) to be held on April 22nd in Zhengzhou, China. The summit will include top executives from Fortune 500, Forbes 2000, and industry leading companies within the world's emerging industries along with heads of state and government officials from China and abroad. The presentation on the Skycar and Neuera volantors will be made by the Company's international marketing director Michael Shanley. The summit theme is "Emerging Industries, the new power to world economic growth."
Moller International is scheduling production of its Neuera 200 and Firefly volantors for paramilitary, utilitarian, and recreational use. (See http://www.moller.com)
About Moller International
Moller International (the "Company") was incorporated in 1983 as a continuation of its efforts to design, manufacture, and market safe, low cost, and easy to fly vertical takeoff and landing ("VTOL") aircraft called volantors. It has developed and demonstrated this technology and received sufficient feedback to be confident that volantors have an enormous number of immediate commercial, paramilitary and military applications.
Once the emerging "highway in the sky" (HITS) is in full operation, the volantor will be the ideal personal commuter aircraft to utilize it. Approximately $210 million (today's dollars) has been expended by the company to create and demonstrate its volantor, aerobot, and engine technologies.
Moller International Inc.
1222 Research Park Drive
Davis, CA 95618
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Source: UPTICK Newswire