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Victory Systems, founded in 2000 by Hans Mumm as a UAV integration and intellectual property company. Hans’ love of flying, engineering and military experience inspired him to forge a company that could produce a high quality aircraft that was within financial reach of smaller military organizations and private corporations. Since that time, the company has expanded its reach. Victory Systems has partnered with another all –American Company - Cutco to bring quality knife products to the federal government. The company has also teamed up with the Grotto as its belief in sustainability are critical not only here in the US but around the world.
Mr. Hans Mumm has extensive experience working in the field of emerging technologies, technology transfer, test and evaluation with an eye towards their relevance to the nation energy and security arena. He has researched worldwide business development opportunities as well as regulatory and legal issues involving technology sales and technology transfer for foreign governments and private customers.
Craig Sheperd loves to fly and loves arial filming. He created a UAV that is easy to fly with cameras that are able to produce video that is used on high definition cable television programming. Like any other pilot he wants to keep his skills up. This was the reason behind creating a flight simulator in a box.
Keith Hamilton is our resident expert for Cutco products. Victory Systems was able to leverage Hans’ military experience to become the only company that is the official Cutco distributor for the federal government. Keith has over 3 years of experience with the Cutco and KA-BAR product lines.
Grotto - green, renewable and oceanic technology transfer outpost. The Global Trade GROTTO “Market access for sustainable technologies to developing and emerging markets” program is an advertising marketing, public relations and re-engineering bridge for participation in the green economy.
What does Transitional Housing BARN do? BARN provides transitional housing and intensive case management services to homeless mothers and their children for up to two years. Mothers focus on budgeting, life skills, continued education, employment, parenting, and overcoming the traumas that led to homelessness.