Don’t Let Astro Aerospace (ASDN) Fly By. Could Hit $1 in Near Future.


Put Your Eyes on ASDN – Astro  Aerospace Ltd. Immediately

This Beast Could Rocket Back Towards $1 Real Fast!


We are highlighting a play that we’ve followed for almost a year now and has seen a staggering rise in share price since the start of 2020 and is looking poised to potentially hit the $1.00 mark if it continues its trend higher.

The company was trading at just $0.0730 at the start of the new year 2020 and in January alone, proceeded to hit highs of $0.23 for a 224% gain indicating that 2020 may be the year for this one to truly take flight. 

Since then, we’ve been waiting for a decent pullback to offer a healthy entry point on a play that we think is just getting started and we think that now is the time to reintroduce you all to Astro Aerospace Ltd (ASDN).

Currently trading at $0.1650, ASDN develops self-piloted and autonomous, manned and unmanned, electric vertical take off and landing aerial vehicles. The company intends to provide the market with aerial transportation for humans and cargo.

Before we dive into the company, understand that the passenger drone and cargo drone market is on long term breakout watch as the drone market is expected to be $74 billion dollar industry by 2035 and the cargo drone market has been touted as a $2.9 Trillion Dollar Industry by 2040 according to Morgan Stanley.

With that being said, while we’re closely monitoring ASDN as a potential $1.00 breakout player in 2020, we’re also expecting to be watching ASDN for the very long term as well as it is one company who’s defining the frontiers of these two burgeoning industries.

ASDN At A Glance

  1. First Mover Status – ASDN is in the passenger drone business making it one of the only passenger drone player that’s currently publicly trading and is currently defining the frontier of passenger and cargo eVTOL industry.
  2. The addition of the ALTA Cargo pod (Orbit) opens ASDN to compete in a cargo drone industry that, according Morgan Stanley, could become a $2.9 Trillion Dollar Industry by 2040.
  3. Further Potential For Industry Growth – Analysts forecast passenger drones could be a $74 billion dollar industry by 2035.
  4. Potential Acquisition Play – Every company from Toyota, to Volvo, to Google and Amazon has plans for passenger drones. A company that’s late to the game can catch up quickly by acquiring Astro Aerospace.

 The Vertical Mobility Market:

Vertical mobility offers mankind a serious shot at turning the dream of flying into a reality for everyone, and inspection, goods, and passenger services have the potential to become a global market worth $74 billion by 2035. –

Vertical mobility offers mankind a serious shot at turning the dream of flying into a reality for everyone, and inspection, goods, and passenger services have the potential to become a global market worth $74 billion by 2035. By then, drones could already be servicing their own elaborate passenger network with about 23,000 aircraft plying major routes and creating a market worth $32 billion.

Transporting freight using the technology is a much nearer term possibility than humans, especially with smaller, more lightweight drones. According to the analysts’ most bullish calculations, it could become a $2.9 trillion global market by 2040, while the most pessimistic estimates peg the value to about $615 billion.

Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg has tangible reasons to believe we’ll be seeing autonomous passenger drones in the skies soon. “I think it will happen faster than any of us understand,” he said. “Real prototype vehicles are being built right now. So the technology is very doable.” –

The Benefits of Vertical Mobility

Vertical mobility has the potential to create wide-ranging social benefits by addressing all-too-familiar transportation bottlenecks.

Sitting in traffic is a global phenomenon that comes with serious negative consequences in terms of time wasted, increased fuel consumption, higher emissions, and loss of property and human life. The infrastructure provided by the world’s cities to channel the ever-growing traffic flows has in many cases reached its limit or is about to, often due to a lack of funding, available space, or both. It has simply become too costly and complicated to add new roads and highways, and more roadways also have a negative impact on residents’ quality of life.

Increasing urban populations therefore face the prospect of spending more and more time en route. By most recent estimates, the average inhabitant of Los Angeles loses approximately 102 hours a year sitting in traffic jams, followed by Moscow and New York with 91 hours, and São Paulo with 86 hours. Munich is the German city where drivers spend the most time in stop-and-go traffic, coming in at 51 hours annually. Overall, German drivers incurred per capita traffic-related losses of $1,770 in 2017 alone. Despite this worsening congestion on the ground, cities have lost nothing of their attraction. The U.N. estimates that by 2050, 70 to 80 percent of the world’s population will be urbanized, bringing with it new challenges and opportunities for more efficient and sustainable mobility solutions Some of them include leaving the traffic jams behind and literally lifting off with vertical mobility.

eVTOL Key Performance Indicators

The most market viable passenger drone is an electric or hybrid-electric vertical take off and landing aerial vehicle (eVTOL) that can be used to move people or cargo between both established and on-demand origination and destination points. These vehicles can be either manually piloted, remotely piloted, or fully autonomous. When piloted, the pilots require a license or certification. Passenger drones would cover short to medium-range distances (up to 65 miles).

When it comes to the vertical take off and landing game, there are three industry KPIs (key performance indicators) to be aware of: 1. Safety 2. Cost 3. Noise. 

The shortcoming for current gas powered helicopters and personal airplanes are that they are too expensive and way too loud to own and operate for the mass personal usage market and as such have been reserved for the super rich or corporate users. Simply put, gas powered drones fail in two out of three of the industry’s KPIs and can therefore not be considered a viable solution to the congestion problem at this time.

This is the reason why we weren’t interested in gas powered aircraft. We have, however, been looking for an electric play in the drone scene because Electric Drone technology has been developed to a point where it addresses all three KPIs. It’s safe, it’s not as loud as similar gas powered vehicles, they are cheaper to produce and they are already being used anywhere from personal (hobbyists) to surveying to even Amazon testing drone delivery systems.

Astro currently has not one but two aircraft that are currently in the works that are electric powered, safe, and cost effective, nailing all three of our eVTOL KPIs. Continue reading to learn more about the Astro ELROY and ALTA models.


Ideal for operating in densely populated urban environments, ELROY is the environmentally friendly solution to long commutes. Its high-performance electric motor was designed to run quietly, fluidly, and completely emission-free.

The vehicle’s full carbon body and sleek design provide optimal comfort and protection while maximizing structural efficiency. Equipped with 16 individual rotors, ASTRO aerial vehicles are first in their class for Safety, Reliability, and Redundancy.

Their in-house developed adaptive flight control algorithm keeps the ELROY drone stable in most weather conditions, with hardly any vibration, ensuring a smooth flight for even the weariest of travellers.

Slightly larger than a compact car, ELROY drones are unexpectedly quiet and can fit into most garage spaces.

A bird’s eye view without the view? Not a chance. ELROY was specifically designed with wide cabin glass for optimal comfort and a 360°surround view resulting in a uniquely experiential travel experience.


The New ALTA platform includes our proprietary foldable “Air Frame” design with compact size and nimble maneuverability, which flies solo and connects to a series of designed “Pods” enabling Astro’s modular system to perform in multi-use applications, such as passenger, cargo, agricultural, med-evac, rescue, military and many others.

The ALTA Cargo pod (Orbit) embraces a simplistic design to maximize available volume and payload cargo capacity, allowing for easy-on and easy-off boarding of materials and goods.

Astro ALTA Cockpit

Our ALTA Cockpit 2 and 4-person pods are the newest additions to our PassengerDrone program. The two new models compliment our original 2016 Elroy design which was one of the first eVTOLs worldwide to fly successfully both unmanned and manned.

Astro ALTA Fold

The compact size and proprietary foldable design system allow ALTA to fit nicely into a standard 20ft shipping container for ease of transport. The 2-way hinge mechanism allows for swinging in both directions, up and down, creating convenience for storage, transportation and maintenance.

Recent News:

Astro In Full Development of New Modular, Multi-platform Design – January 29, 2020

Dallas, Texas, Jan. 29, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Astro Aerospace (ASDN), the company creating autonomous, eVTOL (Electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing) aerial vehicles and drones is excited to announce that they are in full development of their newest design, named “ALTA” – a concept built on the foundation of modularity and flexibility.

Shortly after a very successful test flight series in 2018, Astro’s engineering team went back to work making further improvements and modifications to their Elroy model. Through this process they identified an opportunity to bring a new perspective to the eVTOL world, and in October 2018 the design of ALTA was born.

The ALTA platform includes a proprietary “Top Frame” design which flies solo and also connects to a series of specific use “Pods” enabling the modular system to perform in many different roles.

A few of the current Pods in development include Astro’s new CockPit2 and CockPit4 (2 and 4) PassengerDrones as well as the CargoDrone model, “Orbit”.

These new modular series Pods, along with many other planned “specific use” units will join the current “Elroy” model in the proposed fleet of vehicles that Astro intends to bring to the market.

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Make sure to do your own due diligence on ASDN and, as always, stay tuned for more news and updates.

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