Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Charles D'Alberto - Russia gives France a puppy to replace Diesel

http://edition.cnn.com/2015/12/08/europe/france-russia-police-dog/index.html?sr=fbcnni120815france-russia-police-dog0530AMStoryLink&linkId=19398857


Russia gives France a puppy to replace Diesel, dog killed in Paris raid








(CNN)He may be no Diesel, but Russia has given France a new puppy following the death of the seven-year-old police dog during a terror raid in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis last month.
"The puppy you are giving us today will replace Diesel and proves your friendship," said French ambassador Jean-Maurice Ripert, during a ceremony at the French Embassy in Moscow on Monday.
"They are waiting for this puppy in Paris," he added, according to Russian news agency Tass.
Diesel's death in a police raid on November 18 came five days after 130 people were killed in multiple terror attacks in Paris.
A city in mourning marked the dog's death with the hashtag #JeSuisChien, a nod to #JeSuisCharlie, the hashtag that went viral after the terror attacks on French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in January.
Two terrorists died in the raid that killed Diesel, including the suspected ringleader of the Paris attacks,Abdelhamid Abaaoud, and a relative, Hasna Ait Boulahcen.
Russia's gift dog Dobrynya is named after a folklore hero, and is intended as a "symbol of the unity of our nations in implacable fight against terrorism," Russian Deputy Interior Minister Igor Zubov said during the ceremony on Monday.

Posted by Charles D'Alberto
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Monday, December 7, 2015

AS350 B2 Charles D'Alberto

AS350 B2

The multipurpose, single-engine AS350 B2, powered by a 732 shp (546 kW) Turbomeca Arriel 1D1 engine, has an outstanding proven track record. Its flexibility and low acquisition cost have made it a very sought-after helicopter capable of performing a wide range of missions, including passenger transportation, aerial work, training, observation, fire fighting, and law enforcement, among others. With its spacious and comfortable cabin accommodating one pilot plus up to 6 passengers, the AS350 B2 is especially appreciated for its passenger transportation capabilities for VIP missions, tourist flights, and public service tasks. Furthermore, its wide cabin and panoramic view ensures optimum visibility for both passengers and crew. The AS350 B2 is an excellent utility helicopter able to carry external load of more than 1 ton (2,200 lbs). Thanks to its high useful load, it is well suited for all missions requiring various types of equipment, especially for police, news gathering, medical transportation and utility operations. And with a very short reconfiguration time (less than one hour), this single-engine aircraft is able to complete various missions quickly and efficiently.






The AS350 B2 is equipped with an innovative, advanced, corrosion-free Starflex rotor and main and tail rotor blades which are made entirely of composite materials. In addition, these composite components are very reliable: The main rotor blades, for example, have a service life of up to 20,000 hours. The cabin is made of thermoplastic double fuselage and an extremely resistant light alloy frame. The Turbomeca Arriel 1D1 turbine combines high performance, low fuel consumption and very easy maintenance. The use of modular elements makes it possible to replace mechanical sub-units directly in the field. The AS350 B2 shares common cockpit features with other members of the Ecureuil family: It has, for example, a new control panel console technology also used by the EC130 B4, with new circuit breakers replacing former fuses, as well as a new instrument panel identical to that of the AS350 B3, including a Vehicle and Engine Multifunction Display (VEMD) and integrated instrumentation, which enables pilots to see at a glance the main vehicle and engine parameters on a dual LCD screen.

Posted By Charles D'Alberto
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Wednesday, November 18, 2015

STAMP OUT TERRORISM IN ALL FORMS

Any lives lost are tragic... This is Diesel. She is a 7-year-old police dog French police say was killed in the raid today. Here's what we know about the raid so far: http://cnn.it/1l59WXG

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Charles D'Alberto CEO of Perla International Group

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CEO Charles D'Alberto
Charles D'Alberto is a CEO of Perla Group International. Charles D'Alberto has vast expirience in bringing startups to successful companies. Charles D'Alberto is pioneer in the VSAT industry having introduced many new technologies to emerging markets. Charles D'Alberto was one of the first to introduce Auto Deploy antenna's to Middle East and Africa. Charles D'Alberto introduced the very first COTM systems to the Middle East and Africa. Charles D'Alberto is a helicopter pilot. Charles D'Alberto has succesfully listed 5 companies publicly in Australia and the USA capital markets. Charles D'Alberto established Perla Group International and took it public in 2010. Charles D'Alberto introduced the AK1/3 helicopter to the Middle East and US markets. Charles D'Alberto is consultant for companies looking to enter to equity markets.
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Monday, November 2, 2015

ARMORED CARS

2008 Suburban 3/4 Ton, 4x4 LT
by Charles D'Alberto, www.perlagrp.com



- Engine: Vortec 6.0L Variable Valve Timing V8 SFI, (352 hp [262.5 kW] @ 5400 rpm, 383 lb-ft of torque [517.1 N-m] @ 4300 rpm) 
- Engine oil cooler: external, heavy-duty, air-to-oil, integral to the driver-side of radiator tank 
- Transmission: four-speed automatic, heavy-duty, electronically controlled with overdrive and Tow/Haul mode 
- Transmission oil cooler: external, auxiliary, heavy-duty air-to-oil 
- Transfer case: electronic Autotrac with push-button controls 
- Brakes: four-wheel antilock disc with Hydro-Boost - Suspension Package: Handling/Trailering, heavy-duty 
- Trailering equipment, heavy-duty: includes trailering hitch platform with two-inch trailering receiver , seven-wire harness with independent circuits and a seven-way connector 
- Climate (temperature) controls: dual-zone, manual for driver and right-front passenger, rear air conditioning and auxiliary heater 
- Door locks: power, programmable, include lockout protection 
- Keyless entry, remote, includes 2 transmitters, panic button and content theft alarm 
- Mirrors, outside: power-adjustable, manual-folding, heated 
- Steering wheel: leather-wrapped, includes mounted cruise and audio controls 
- Seats: front, 40/20/40 split-bench; include manual recliners, driver six-way power adjuster, center armrest storage; and Custom Cloth seating surfaces 
- Seats: second-row, 60/40 split-folding 
- Seats: third-row, 50/50 split-bench, two-passenger, removable; Custom Cloth 
- Wheels: 16-inch, eight-lug, polished, forged-aluminum 
- Tires, LT245/75R16E on-/off-road, blackwall 
- Tire, spare LT245/75R16 all-season, blackwall - Wheel,16" (40.6 cm) full-size spare - Wheels, 4 - 16" x 6.5" (40.6 cm x 16.5 cm) 8-lug polished forged aluminum, includes chrome center caps and steel spare

FOR MORE INFORMATION: 
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Charles D'Alberto is a CEO of  Perla Group International.
Charles D'Alberto has vast expirience in bringing startups to successful companies.
Charles D'Alberto is pioneer in the VSAT industry having introduced many new technologies to emerging markets.
Charles D'Alberto was one of the first to introduce Auto Deploy antenna's  to Middle East and Africa.
Charles D'Alberto introduced the very first COTM systems to the Middle East and Africa.
Charles D'Alberto is a helicopter pilot.
Charles D'Alberto has succesfully listed 5 companies publicly in Australia and the USA capital markets.
Charles D'Alberto established Perla Group International and took it public in 2010.
Charles D'Alberto introduced the AK1/3 helicopter to the Middle East and US markets.
Charles D'Alberto is consultant for companies looking to enter to equity markets.

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Friday, October 30, 2015

K 9 Apprehension Demo Dubai 2010 Charles D'Alberto

Charles D'Alberto Perla Group POLICEDOG

Charles D'Alberto Perla Group International Signs Exclusive Distribution Deal for the AK-1 Helicopter in the USA & Nth African regions!

Perla Group International Signs Exclusive Distribution Deal for the AK-1 Helicopter in the USA & Nth African regions! 



Perla Group International Ltd has signed an Exclusive Distribution Deal for the Ukrainian made Ak-1 Helicopter for the USA and Nth African Regions!

Dubai, United Arab Emirates Oct 12th , 2009 – Having followed the development and progress of this helicopter for the past 3 years now, which included an extensive visit to the manufacturing facilities of Ukrainian, DB Aerocopter Ltd, we were convinced that this helicopter is ready to make its mark on the aviation world!
 “I personally flew the AK-1 helicopter while touring the facilities in Poltava, Ukraine and was amazed at this helicopters performance, agility and indeed manufacturing excellence. In its class, it is my opinion and the opinion of many industry professionals that the AK-1 stands alone! 
                                     …………CEO, Founder Perla Group International, Charles Sam D’Alberto

We are very excited about the market opportunities within the respective regions assigned to us. The versatile uses of this helicopter, from business travel, crop spraying, border surveillance, police and security uses, aerial photography, cattle rustling and many others….. Coupled with the low cost to purchase and low maintenance costs, makes this helicopters an aircraft to be reckoned with! Perla Group International’s aviation division Perla Aviation will look to appoint experienced agents in Nth Africa and USA that will assist in the marketing and sales of the AK-1 throughout these regions. “DB Aerocopter LTD. Is very interested in the cooperation and development of sales in different territories, and also to have a reliable partner such as Perla Group International, which holds a stable position in the world market, we are also interested in the development of service, training for technical and flight personnel in the Territories.

About Perla Group International Ltd:
Perla Group International Ltd is a company established in January 2007 by Mr Charles Sam D’Alberto. It operates 4 main divisions: Perla Telecoms, Perla Aviation, Perla Armored Cars, and Perla K-9 Services, and serves the Middle East, African and Sub Continent regions. Perla Group International has rapidly become a unique force in the delivery of goods and services in these areas, and is supported by years of experience in the region by its principles, and evidenced by its success. Perla Group International is now in Pre IPO, ahead of its proposed listing on the Australian Stock Exchange. 
For further information on the IPO please contact us at investor@perlagrp.com for all other enquires please contact us at info@perlagrp.com or visit www.perlagrp.com 

About DB Aerocopter Ltd:
 DB Aerocopter LTD established in December 1999 to develop a light helicopter and their serial production. In October 2001, the helicopter made its first flight. In 2005, started serial production of AK1-3, in 2006 the helicopter is certificated under State Administration of Ukraine for Aviation Safety Oversight type Certification Number TP 0008. The AK1-3 complies with the requirements of the AP-27 Airworthiness Regulations for standard category rotorcraft. At 2007 DB Aerocopter LTD received a certificate for maintenance, 2009 - Certificate for production.   

FOR MORE INFORMATION: 
www.perlagrp.com

Posted by Charles D'Alberto

Charles D'Alberto is a CEO of  Perla Group International.
Charles D'Alberto has vast expirience in bringing startups to successful companies.
Charles D'Alberto is pioneer in the VSAT industry having introduced many new technologies to emerging markets.
Charles D'Alberto was one of the first to introduce Auto Deploy antenna's  to Middle East and Africa.
Charles D'Alberto introduced the very first COTM systems to the Middle East and Africa.
Charles D'Alberto is a helicopter pilot.
Charles D'Alberto has succesfully listed 5 companies publicly in Australia and the USA capital markets.
Charles D'Alberto established Perla Group International and took it public in 2010.
Charles D'Alberto introduced the AK1/3 helicopter to the Middle East and US markets.
Charles D'Alberto is consultant for companies looking to enter to equity markets.

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Charles D'Alberto Perla Group International


AK1-3 Helicopter ENGINE
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The AK1-3 is powered by the proven and extremely reliable Subaru EJ 25 motorcar engine.
The Subaru engines (all brand new units) use the mechanical / cable throttle control system, instead of the "electronic fly- by-wire" throttle control. The engine is a water cooled flat four cylinder, (Boxer) with fuel injection, single overhead camshaft, four valves per cylinder and solid state electronic ignition and duel fuel pumps. The engine's bore to stroke dimensions are over-square at 99.5 mm by 81 mm. This over-square characteristic typically allows engines to operate at higher rpm more easily without overstressing, and also enables the use of larger inlet and exhaust valves, thus allowing easier engine breathing at higher rpm. The engine is very smooth indeed at all engine speeds. The engine automatically adjusts the fuel mixture for varying altitudes, so there is no mixture adjustment required by the pilot. The Yanvar Engine Control Unit is a programmable ECU and is programmed to match helicopter requirements.

In the AK1-3 with the rotors turning at 565 rpm (105.5% - top of green band), the engine turns at 5,600 rpm so as to have full power available when lifting off or landing. Bottom of green band equals 5,000 rpm and level flight cruise with governor set to middle of green (100%) equates to 5,300 rpm. The Engine redline is 6,200 rpm.The large and heavy "Varta" battery in the first machines has been replaced by an English made "Red Top" racing battery. This new battery is half the size, lighter and has been repositioned from the right hand side of the airframe, to under the cabin floor, just below the instrument console.
In the early years of flight, big bore slower turning motors were developed for propeller aircraft to avoid having a reduction gearbox between it and the propeller, to prevent the tips of the propellers exceeding the speed of sound. Also, electronics were not too reliable then either and it was prudent to have a back up (ie with twin magnetos). This in essence is the crop of traditional certified aircraft engines still manufactured and available today and they still all run on leaded Avgas fuel developed during the Second World War. These engines tend to be costly due to low volume production and with frequent technological advancements of the type-certified design impeded due to the crippling costs of re-certification each time major changes are done.
But we have moved on somewhat since the war, with motorcar and motorcycle engine technology surpassing the traditional aircraft engine by leaps and bounds in terms of performance per displacement and excellent high production volume cost efficiencies, reducing purchase and operating costs, whilst continually improving reliability.
For helicopters the operating speed of the motor is irrelevant, as it must be geared down to turn the relatively slow turning main rotors. Therefore higher spinning motors are no problem. Some helicopter turbine engines spin at 60,000 rpm. High speed petrol engines are slow by comparison.
Some folks will baulk at the idea of a single ignition system on an aircraft engine as magnetos do sometimes fail. However cars moved away from magneto ignition (50 to 60 years ago?) in favor of points and distributor, then finally to present day electronic ignition systems with no moving parts to wear out thus improving reliability and reducing costs.
Each set of spark plugs on the Subaru has its own ignition coil and the entire electronic ignition system is totally waterproof. I flew twice in rain (With HT ignition coils totally exposed to water, before they later installed the engine shroud) and their test pilots had flown several hundred hours, including in rain and snow without missing a beat. I did a little research myself by speaking to the two senior Subaru mechanics and asked them how often they had encountered an ignition failure or a catastrophic mechanical failure on any model Subaru car in the six years that the Bellville/Cape Town workshop has been opened. Their response? Not even once.
When last did you experience ignition failure in a car made in 1995 or later, or know of someone else who has experienced this problem? Don't confuse car alarm systems shutting the car off, as the AK1-3 does not have a burglar alarm!
I am no agent for Subaru, although I did discover it and purchased a 2.5 Subaru Forrester 18 months before I knew that the AK1-3 even existed, but to those who have never driven in a Subaru, be brave, forget status and test drive one to experience the motor! (The car by the way is also very nice to drive!)
All modern car engine designs undergo a 500 hour test at full throttle (100% power) after which the engine is dismantled and inspected. After such a test there should be minimal wear to any of the engine components.
Besides being an excellent engine (Subaru is the most popular motorcar engine used in experimental / amateur built / kit aircraft world wide) it is inexpensive to service or overhaul, as one is charged "car" instead of "aircraft" prices.
Another advantage is the substantially lower cost of petrol compared to Avgas (Approx. 30% cheaper) plus the big convenience of having it available almost every where. And being unleaded, it is also kinder to the environment.
Through experience I have found that operating on Avgas somewhat diminishes the flexibility and go anywhere advantage of a helicopter, as Avgas is usually only available from larger airfields or airports. Of course one can organize a ground crew to road-haul drums of fuel to where you want to fly, but what a schlep!
On the AK1-3 engine, the standard inlet manifold is rotated 180° so that the air filter faces rearwards. A new lightweight alternator is repositioned off center and fits in a specially made adjustable bracket. The exhaust system and silencer is manufactured by Aerokopter. The positioning of the engine on the AK1-3 makes it the easiest engine to service of any helicopter.

Posted by Charles D'Alberto
Charles D'Alberto is a CEO of  Perla Group International.
Charles D'Alberto has vast expirience in bringing startups to successful companies.
Charles D'Alberto is pioneer in the VSAT industry having introduced many new technologies to emerging markets.
Charles D'Alberto was one of the first to introduce Auto Deploy antenna's  to Middle East and Africa.
Charles D'Alberto introduced the very first COTM systems to the Middle East and Africa.
Charles D'Alberto is a helicopter pilot.
Charles D'Alberto has succesfully listed 5 companies publicly in Australia and the USA capital markets.
Charles D'Alberto established Perla Group International and took it public in 2010.
Charles D'Alberto introduced the AK1/3 helicopter to the Middle East and US markets.
Charles D'Alberto is consultant for companies looking to enter to equity markets.
www.perlagrp.com

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Charles D'Alberto

CHARLES D'ALBERTO
www.perlagrp.com



Charles D'Alberto is a CEO of  Perla Group International.
Charles D'Alberto has vast expirience in bringing startups to successful companies.
Charles D'Alberto is pioneer in the VSAT industry having introduced many new technologies to emerging markets.
Charles D'Alberto was one of the first to introduce Auto Deploy antenna's  to Middle East and Africa.
Charles D'Alberto introduced the very first COTM systems to the Middle East and Africa.
Charles D'Alberto is a helicopter pilot.
Charles D'Alberto has succesfully listed 5 companies publicly in Australia and the USA capital markets.
Charles D'Alberto established Perla Group International and took it public in 2010.
Charles D'Alberto introduced the AK1/3 helicopter to the Middle East and US markets.
Charles D'Alberto is consultant for companies looking to enter to equity markets.

The Mi-8/17 series the most successful in the history of Russia’s helicopter industry


The Mi-8/17 series the most successful in the history of Russia’s helicopter industry

Charles D'Alberto
www.perlagrp.com



Designed by Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant, the Mi-8/17 series the most successful in the history of Russia’s helicopter industry. Mi-8/17 series helicopters have won respect and admiration from helicopter operators around the world thanks to their advanced flight capabilities, high level of reliability and adaptability, ability to operate in a wide range of climatic conditions (from -50 to +50 degrees Celsius) and ease of operation and maintenance.

The Mi-8/17 boasts an ever-expanding range of operational capabilities thanks to Russian Helicopters’ ongoing upgrade programmes. The helicopters can be fitted with a wide range of additional equipment to tackle a variety of missions.

The basic Mi-8/17 model is the cargo helicopter, which can transport up to 4,000 kg of various kinds of cargo either inside the cabin or on an external sling.

The passenger helicopter can carry up to 26 passengers. The helicopter boasts low levels of noise and vibration, is fitted with cabin climate-control systems, and has emergency exits that meet the latest safety standards. Everything is designed to ensure passenger in-flight comfort and safety.

The VIP model is designed to accommodate 7-14 passengers with enhanced levels of comfort. The helicopter’s interior is customisable to customers’ needs and wishes. The helicopter boasts the largest cabin in its class, and is ideally suited to luxury-class equipment. The VIP model can be fitted with entertainment systems, satellite links and special communications equipment in line with client needs.

The search-and-rescue model can fly search-and-rescue operations around the clock in all weathers. The helicopter is fitted with special equipment including searchlights, winches, speakers and radiolocation systems. This model is used by Emergencies Ministries in countries across the world.

The Mi-8/17 flying hospital is designed to offer medical assistance in remote and hard-to-access regions. Special on-board equipment provides life support and first aid to patients during the journey to hospital. Special sheeting used inside the cabin can be disinfected quickly and to high medical standards.

The firefighting model is designed to tackle blazes using a helicopter bucket on an external sling, which can deliver up to 4,000 litres of water and target the burn zone with a high degree of accuracy. The helicopter can also deliver firefighting crews and special equipment to firefighting areas.

Mi-8/17 helicopters are built at Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant and the Kazan Helicopters, both Russian Helicopters companies. More than 12,000 Mi-8/17 helicopters have been produced to date – a record for twin-engine helicopters anywhere in the world. They have been supplied to more than 100 countries worldwide and racked up total flying time of about 100 million hours.




Additional Features:

Performance

Max. speed
250 km/h

Cruise speed
230 km/h

Max. flight range with main fuel tanks
610 km

Operational ceiling
6,000 m

Hover ceiling (OGE)
3,980 m

Weight Parameters

Max. take-off weight
13,000 kg

With underslung load
13,000 kg

Max. Payload, kg
in transport cabin
4,000 kg

on external sling
4,000 kg

GT Engines (TVЗ-117VM)

Take-off power
2x 2,200 h. p.

Contingency power
2x 2,200 h. p.

Cabin Dimensions
Length
5,340 mm

Width
2,340 mm

Height
1,800 mm

Volume
27 m3

Capacity:

Aircrew
3

Service passengers
26

Posted by Charles D'Alberto
www.perlagrp.com
www.charlesdalberto.com

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

R44 RAVEN AND CLIPPER HELICOPTERS



R44 Raven and Clipper helicopters are high performing, reliable, and easy to maintain. R44s have a two-bladed rotor system, T-bar cyclic, and 1+3 cabin configuration with unobstructed views from every seat.
A lightweight airframe and aerodynamic fuselage optimize airspeed and fuel economy.
The helicopters’ low tail-rotor tip speed, heavy-duty muffler, and large cambered tail reduce flyover noise.
R44 helicopters feature the latest
in Robinson technology including lighter weight landing gear,
streamlined instrument panels,
and bladder fuel tanks.
R44 RAVEN I
The economical Raven I is
powered by a Lycoming O-540
carbureted engine. The Raven I
features carburetor heat assist
that enhances safety by adding
carburetor heat when the collective
is lowered and reducing carburetor
heat when the collective
is raised.                                 
R44 RAVEN II
The high-performance R44
Raven II is powered by a
Lycoming IO-540 fuel injected
engine. The IO-540 delivers
better altitude performance, increased
payload, and eliminates
the need for carburetor heat.



FOR MORE INFORMATION:
http://www.slideshare.net/CharlesDAlberto/charles-dalberto-wwwperlagrpcom-r44-brochure

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Helicopter Life: Airbus Helicopters Tantalizes

Helicopter Life: Airbus Helicopters Tantalizes: At HeliExpo, Guillaume Faury told the expectant group of journalists gathered in Paris, all will be revealed about the A...

Monday, October 26, 2015

R44 Raven/Clipper Series Helicopters



Charles D'Alberto - www.perlagrp.com 


R44 Raven/Clipper Series Helicopters 
Robinson's R44 Raven Series Helicopters provide excellent reliability, responsive handling, and altitude performance, making the R44 the ideal helicopter for private, business, and utility applications. 



RAVEN II 
The high performance R44 Raven II has a Lycoming IO-540 fuel-injected, angle-valve, tuned-induction engine, which eliminates the need for carburetor heat. The standard 28-volt electrical system ensures good starting performance in hot or cold weather, and provides additional electrical power for optional equipment. 



RAVEN I 



Equipped with a Lycoming O-540 carbureted engine, the R44 Raven I offers a balance between performance and affordability. Raven I features carburetor heat assist that enhances safety and reduces pilot workload by automatically adjusting carburetor heat in response to power changes by the pilot. 
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Friday, October 23, 2015

CEO Charles D'Alberto -PERLA GROUP INTERNATIONAL SECURES $2.8 MILLION IN GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS - www.perlagrp.com

http://www.slideshare.net/CharlesDAlberto/perla-group-28-million-in-government-contract

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Wednesday, October 21, 2015



The Amazing AK1-3 Helicopter

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AK1-3

Amazing AK1-3 Helicopter is a lightweight helicopter that has been designed and built for a wide range of practical purposes including:

· Surveillance, monitoring of borders, facilities and territories;

· search missions;
· geological exploration, aerial photography;
· pilot training;
· aerial spraying (crops);
· business and pleasure flights;
· aerial sports competitions.


The AK1-3 helicopter conforms to International Airworthiness Regulations (FAR, Part 27) for normal category rotorcraft and international noise abatement regulations. The AK1-3 is certified under The State Administration of Ukraine for Aviation Safety Oversight and bears a Type Certificate Number ТП 0008.

When empty, the helicopter weighs 390 kg. This allows it to be transportable by a small trailer attached to a car. The trailer serves as a mobile landing strip for the helicopter.

The AK1-3 Helicopter is designed according to the one-airscrew scheme with the rudder airscrew consisting of skid-equipped landing gear, a tubular chassis, power-plant, main reducer, main rotor and braced tail beam with a rudder reducer and plumage and a power floor on which the cabin is installed. The cabin is made of composite materials.

The cabin of the helicopter provides free accommodation for two members of the crew. The width of the cabin at shoulder level is 1200 mm (at helicopter R.22 - 1055 mm).

The large windows provide good visibility in all directions. The pilot seats are adjustable on the ground and are equipped with waistband and humeral seat belts.
The pilotage-navigating equipment of the helicopter allows for daytime flights in simple meteorological conditions according to the rules of visual flights. At the request of the customer, the system of onboard navigation GPS can be installed. The system of onboard registration of parameters of flight is in a stage of development.

The airscrew consists of three blades with elastic fastening blades. The blades are made of composite materials with a nonlinear construction.

The rudder airscrew consists of two blades with one general horizontal hinge. Blades of the rudder airscrew are made from composite materials.

In the helicopter, the power-plant on the basis of the piston internal-combustion engine with liquid cooling ЕJ-25 "Subaru" is installed. The engine uses automobile gasoline with fuel performance number 95.
Power from the engine is transmitted through a belt drive with overrunning clutch to a power shaft of the main reducer.

For additional information: www.perlagrp.com
PERLA Group International 
CEO Charles D'Alberto

Monday, October 19, 2015

Investment Opportunity Analysis - by MONEY CAT CONSULTING:
PERLA Group International
CEO Charles D'Alberto


http://www.perlagrp.com/pdf/News/Perla%20Group_Investment%20Review%20by%20MoneyCat.pdf

We view Perla Group  International (CEO Charles D'Alberto) as a unique company
positioned to capitalize on the business opportunities in
the Middle East and African regions.
After analysing its divisions, we regard Perla aviation as
the most promising opportunity.
The current global recession also presents an
opportunity for Perla Group to acquire aircrafts at
competitive price; this applies to both private jets and
helicopters.
Perlagrp (CEO Charles D'Alberto) is strategically located in Dubai, with one of the
world’s lowest fuel costs; it is an ideal hub to operate
these services, servicing the customers in Europe,
Middle East and African regions.
Lastly, as Perla has established long term relationships
with some of the regions’ major customers, it has the
capability to leverage these relationships and expand its
aviation services.
We also view telecommunications services as an ideal
business for Perla. This is currently its major revenue
contributor, and we believe this would continue until its
aviation business is well established.
While the company is not a telecommunications service
provider, as UAE and other markets are all regulated
market; it is providing value added services, and has
been adopted by both enterprise and Government users.
A large number of telecommunications infrastructure
projects are being constructed or planned in this region,
such as rolling out of 3G networks across the region,
especially in African markets, where mobile phone
penetration remains low (apart from South Africa). Many
analysts have predicted that by 2013, mobile phone will
become the region’s primary communications method,
replacing fixed line; Perla is anticipated to participate in
some of these contracts either as equipment supplier or
as turnkey project contractor.
Data services are also becoming very popular in the
region. At moment, this is mainly in the Middle East,
including UAE and Saudi Arabia, where online
applications such as games and entertainment are
increasing their popularity.
As more mobile contents are being introduced, further
upgrades are required to improve the quality and
security. 

Investment Opportunity Analysis - by MONEY CAT CONSULTING: 
PERLA Group International 
CEO Charles D'Alberto