Aerospace Company

D & B Risk Management


Funding Goal $720,000
Funding Raised So Far $71,312
Funding Commitments $163,000
Funding Remaining $485,688
Funding Type Common Equity
Pre-Money Valuation
Investor Ownership
Interest / Dividend
Previous Funding

Company Overview

Drone and Balloon Risk Management was founded by an aerospace industrial designer with worldwide experience, and a network of aviation first responders to protect and serve both civilians and operators of unmanned aerial vehicles. 
Our multi-generational team shares a combined fifty years of perspective and expertise in commercial airlines, military service, corporate and private business aviation, including pilots and engineers in their twenties to veterans of the Cold War. 

Out-ground-based mobile deployment saves operational costs with all-weather positioning for responding to downed craft or threats to security.

R&D, operational overhead and logistic support is provided by which also builds our unique self supporting all weather Trailer.

Cloud based solutions with interfaced with on board GPS/GIS image systems provide complete data and analytics capture,
On April 1,, 2015 signed a strategic agreement to a Merger and Acquisition Providing a full FAA avionics services, equipment and partnership support.

Worldwide deployment expected by Spring of 2016, and 5 USA preposition-ed responders in place by August 2015.

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Helicopter and Avionics Service

Strategic location on the Snake River in Washington State with FAA-approved heliports, maintenance, and other infrastructure, tours of Hells Canyon, and aviation services to mining, farm and ranch. Special event niche and cruise ships flights, Geo Cache events. M&A with American Avionics com.

Homeland Security

Contingency Planning Drone and Balloon recovery from Google X Project Loon, and Facebook Drones, providing WiFi platforms, aerial video and other remote sensing system data capture. Focus areas on critical infrastructure SMS to meet requirements in Public Operations. . Testing area security for Amazon and others in R&D and FAA Certification.


Stormy Starbuck
Director Business Development
Stormy S......

Aviation business Owner with 25 yrs of startup and M&A, Professional Pilot experience , grants and contracts with governments worldwide, Author of Three Books of Aviation History and Business


Funding Goal $720,000
Funding Raised So Far $71,312
Funding Commitments $163,000
Funding Remaining $485,688
Funding Type Common Equity
Pre-Money Valuation
Investor Ownership
Interest / Dividend
Previous Funding



D & B Risk Management

Seattle, Starbuck & Kirkland, WA 98108, 99359 , US

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