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Ballistic Recovery Systems Inc (AKA:BRS AEROSPACE )
Profile last edited on: 1/14/2016

whole-airplane parachute recovery systems for general aviation and recreational aircraft
Year Founded
1980
First SBIR Year
1996
Latest SBIR Award
2002
Program Status
Inactive

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Location Information

380 Airport Road
South St Paul, MN 55075
   (651) 457-7491
   info@brsparachutes.com
   www.brsparachutes.com
Multiple Locations:   
Congressional District:   02
County:   Dakota

Public Profile

Ballistic Recovery Systems, Inc is focused to design, manufacture and market emergency parachute recovery systems for use in the general aviation and recreational aircraft. These systems are designed to bring down the entire aircraft and its occupants under the parachute canopy in the event of an in-air emergency. Recreational aviation products include products designed and manufactured for use on unregistered aircraft such as ultralights and aircraft that registered with the Federal Aviation Administration as experimental. This unique, proprietary ballistic parachute system lowers aircraft to the ground in the event of an in-air emergency. Originally designed for lighter weight ultralights and homebuilt/experimental aircraft, BRS has now achieved the technological ability to develop parachute systems for conventional aircraft.

Extent of SBIR involvement

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Synopsis: Awardee Business Condition

Employee Range
100-149
Revenue Range
10M-15M
VC funded?
Yes
Public/Private
Publicly Traded
Stock Info
OTC : BRSI.PK
IP Holdings
1-4

Awards Distribution by Agency

Most Recent SBIR Projects

Year Phase Agency Total Amount Project Title
2002 2 NASA $668,356
Advanced Aircraft Parachute Recovery System
1997 2 NASA $651,611
Low cost light weight aircraft emergency recovery system

Key People / Management

  Larry E Williams -- President

  Frank Hoffman -- Vice President of Engineering

  Anthony D Kasher --

  Gary Moore --

  Mark Thomas --

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