Technologies, Inc., announced Thursday that Mr. C. Robert Knight
has joined the company as a full time employee and has been named
Vice President for Business Administration, and General Counsel.
Mr. Knight is a graduate of Indiana University School of Law.
His 33-year career includes serving as General Counsel of a
trade association of Mayors and other elected officials in his home
state of Indiana where he coordinated the legislative agenda and
functioned as chief lobbyist for his constituency. Mr. Knight also
became an elected official, serving two four-year terms as a
Mr. Knight was also General Counsel and Assistant to the
President of a technology start up company where he coordinated
international sales, including the negotiation of trade agreements
with The Israeli Ministry of Defense. His international trade
background also includes working with Japanese, French and Belgian
As Claim Counsel for Aetna Property and Casualty Company Mr.
Knight managed a staff that included over 200 attorneys in 24
offices involved in the defense of approximately 18,000
Mr. Knight has completed the NASD General Securities
Representative Series 7 and 63 examinations. He is a graduate of
the National Institute For Trial Advocacy sponsored by Notre Dame
University School of Law, is Martindale Hubbell "AV" rated, and has
established litigation precedents in state and federal court
Flight Safety Technologies is developing three new technology
projects aimed at enhancing the safety and security of
Project SOCRATES(TM) is a patented laser acoustic sensor
technology for the detection and localization and tracking of wake
vortex turbulence as a potential airport installation for U.S. and
International airport markets. Following a successful test of a
four-beam configuration in September of 2003, the company has been
expanding the system to sixteen beams and preparing for a major
test at Denver International Airport in September of 2005.
The company is developing a patented airborne collision
avoidance radar called UNICORN(TM) which is scheduled for an
initial tower-based proof-of-principle test in August of 2005.
UNICORN is being developed for potential general aviation
applications, as well as potential government use in unmanned
The company is also pursuing the development of a potentially
low-cost technology called TIICM(TM), for the protection of
airliners against the threat of terrorists shoulder launched