Gravity Industries Jet Suit flight at Salisbury Cathedral

Richard Browning, Founder and Chief Test Pilot of Gravity Industries, demonstrated the Gravity Jet Suit against the stunning backdrop of Salisbury’s 13th century Cathedral.

The display was part of a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) event set up by Wessex Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMeche) with Bishop Wordsworth School. Around 250 children from Salisbury schools witnessed the flight, which took place on Salisbury Cathedral School’s lawn to the south side of the Cathedral – a scene better known as the ‘Constable view’ rather than the setting for something out of a Marvel film.

The event aligned closely with the Gravity Industries ethos of asking, “What If…”, and seeking to inspire the next generations of leaders in aeronautical disruption through the STEM disciplines to show that these subjects can unlock fascinating careers and solve some of the world’s greatest challenges and biggest questions.

Richard’s suit has been seen by over a billion people globally. In the first 12 months his company, Gravity, executed 46 flight events across 16 countries including 4 TED talks.

Gravity Industries augments the body and mind with a suite of patent pending technology to enable unparalleled human flight. It inspires the next generations of leaders in aeronautical disruption through the disciplines of science, technology, engineering and maths to show that these subjects can unlock fascinating careers and solve some of the world’s greatest challenges and biggest questions.

 



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