Our Technology

SkyLIFE Patented Technology

SkyLIFE Global believes in the use of aerial delivery as a crucial tool of humanitarian action. Our innovative delivery systems improve the way disaster relief and supplies are distributed to people in need. Traditional relief efforts can experience delays with devastating consequence. Noticing the critical difference between aid and accessible aid, we set out to design systems that deliver aid directly at the feet of those in need.

Below you will find a list of our unique products and how they revolutionized the way humanitarian aid is delivered worldwide. Each SkyLIFE product is interconnected to eliminate variables and secure guarantees in the race against time when disaster strikes.

200 patents.

38 countries.

5 products.

Delivery Solutions

SkyLIFE is a solution-driven company. We adhere to a “deliver anything, anywhere, anytime” approach to design. While our delivery system products form the basis of this approach, we continue to let need drive our solutions, partnering with organizations and working with customers who have a wide variety of humanitarian delivery needs.

Below you will find a list of our unique products and how they revolutionized the way humanitarian aid is delivered worldwide. Each SkyLIFE product is interconnected to eliminate variables and secure guarantees in the race against time when disaster strikes.

SkyPACK

SkyPACKS are individually-portioned rations designed to be airdropped in large numbers, over large areas. Because these packs can be scattered anywhere, individuals have the opportunity to receive aid directly. SkyPACKS are ideal for keeping people alive until traditional disaster relief efforts arrive. 

SkyPACKS are evenly dispersed, ensuring that each individual has an opportunity to receive needed supplies. They are especially useful for remote or inaccessible locations that have suffered damage to transportation infrastructure. 

SkyPACK Are Engineered To:

  • Deliver individually portioned rations  
  • Deploy in large numbers over vast areas 
  • Prevent hoarding or theft of critical aid 
  • Float when airdropped over water or flooded terrain
  • Have a five-year shelf life 

Deployed from:

  • C-130
  • Casa 212
  • Skyvan
  • Sikorsky
  • Caravan

SkyBOX

SkyBOX is a custom-made cargo box that holds humanitarian aid items. These boxes are incredibly versatile and are designed to deliver heavy or fragile payloads from any altitude. Each SkyBOX floats harmlessly to the ground under special SkyLIFE parachutes, ensuring that even the most delicate payloads are delivered safely. 

Our SkyBOX can carry up to 60 lbs per box (27 kg) however, custom delivery boxes can be designed for virtually any humanitarian delivery effort. 

SkyBOX Is Engineered To:

  • Deliver large or fragile items, including liquids
  • Land within specifically targeted drop zones
  • Deploy rapidly and in large numbers
  • Deliver to remote locations
  • Provide an alternative to 2,000 lbs pallet airdrops
  • Be customizable and specifically designed relative to payload
  • Save money and save lives

Deployed from:

  • C-130
  • Casa 212
  • Skyvan
  • Sikorsky
  • Caravan

Parachutes

Our parachutes are specifically engineered to facilitate safe and effective aid-related airdrops. Continually proven in the field, our robust and versatile parachutes are the foundation of our delivery success.

Types of Parachutes

SkyLARK

  • Weight: under 40 lbs
  • Speed: 140 knots
  • Shape: Round canopy

SkyHAWK

  • Weight: 50 lbs
  • Speed: 150 knots
  • Shape: Round canopy

SkyHAWK Gen 2

  • Weight: 60 lbs
  • Speed: 165 knots
  • Shape: Cruciform

SkyLIFE Model

We believe the most successful disaster preparedness plans are the ones that are maintained and activated locally. That is why we’ve developed the SkyLIFE model, a system for locally operated humanitarian relief. The SkyLIFE model can be implemented regionally to strengthen or redefine local disaster preparedness strategies. This model is designed for seamless application anywhere in the world.

The SkyLIFE Model is developed around an advanced  prepositioning strategy. With a proper prepositioning plan, natural disaster coordinators, governments, and NGOs can mitigate post-disaster chaos and loss of life with relief supplies that are ready for immediate deployment.