Ph.D. student Marcin Przedwojewski starts working on the Silent Flyer.
Flygildi ehf, Tungata 35, 101 Reykjavik, Iceland
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2013 25 - 26 January
Flygildi ehf is invited to participate in a show in the Reykjavik City Hall arranged by the Icelandic Technology Development Fund.
Flygildi ehf hires (part time) engineering students at Reykjavik University: Arni Thorvaldsson, Emil Mar Einarsson, Hannes Runar Herbertsson, Saethor Olafur Petursson, Einar Jonsson.
2012 22 November
Flygildi ehf received a three-year grant from the Technology Development Fund:
2012 15 November
Dr. Leifur Thor Leifsson presents a speech at a conference held by the Icelandic Engineers' Society.
Flygildi ehf is founded.
The Silent Flyer is featured in a television programme on innovation.
The Silent Flyer project receives a grant from the Icelandic Technology Fund.
The Silent Flyer project receives its first grant from the Icelandic Technology Development Fund.
The Silent Flyer project receives a grant from the Reykjavik University Development Fund.
Flygildi ehf is selected for the Young Engineers' Program by Maxon motor AG.
2016 June onward
Various tests of the final prototype.
Wind tunnel tests using flapping flight in Reykjavik University.
Flygildi ehf participates in the "Engineers' Day" arranged by the Icelandic Society of Engineers.
2015 13 October
Flygildi ehf was selected from a number of companies to participate in the event "Rising Star" arranged by Deloitte in Iceland.
Indoor flight of remotely controlled micro flapping wing vehicle.
Flygildi ehf participates in a show on behalf of the Icelandic Technology Fund held in Reykjavik University.
The Icelandic Technology Development Fund
The Student Innovation Fund
Flygildi ehf is featured in the Icelandic television programme "Landinn".
First autonomous flight of prototype flapping wing vehicle.