The development of SURVIS is based on private engagement. The dynamics and the effort, which is connected to a project like this, can not be overviewed from the very beginning, so that the success would never be possible without  the help of selfless persons.

I would like to say thank You to all of those persons, who supported always and doubt never...

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Konrad Langenbeck of the “Institut für Maschinenkonstruktion und Getriebebau (IMK)” for his competent and multidisciplinary suggests, for his help in the decisions of the function principle and for his valuable hints in all questions of patent,

Dr.-Ing. Heinz Dillenkofer of the IMK for all supporting discussions when entering the hot phase of market entrance,

Dipl.-Ing. Ulrich Preun(†) and Dr.-Ing. Andreas Eichendorf, Bosch for all support in questions of electronics, control techniques and programming,

Dipl.-Ing. Ralf Cyriax for the research of function principles during his Diploma Thesis at the IMK,

Dipl.-Ing. Oliver Niklaß and Dipl.-Ing. Mark Schweiher for the design and the manufacturing of the dropping device and their support during the first tests in aircrafts in Sachsen-Anhalt during their student studies at the IMK,

Mr. Umgelter(†) and Mr. Rolf-Dieter Glass of the IMK for the support in the laboratories during manufacturing the prototypes,

Dr. Karl Höhne of the “Regierungspräsidium” Würzburg and Dr. Böhme of the “Umweltministerium” Magdeburg for realising the first field tests in “Unterfranken” and in “Sachsen-Anhalt”,

Dipl.-Ing. Heinz Mürke and Wolfgang Lindner of the “Flugdienst Magdeburg” aviation, for the essential support during all tests, as well as for effecting the judicial permission to operate the system in Germany,

Manfred Fischer, Chief of the airfield Magdeburg for his support regarding the installation of the systems into the aircrafts,

Dr. Gert Barysch and Dr. Peter Schuster of  the Impfstoffwerk Dessau-Tornau for their personal engagemant, the realisation of the Foil Hose and for the enabling of the field tests in Germany,

Dr. Hartmut Schlüter of the "Bundesforschungsanstalt für Viruskrankheiten der Tiere, Wusterhausen" and Dr. Thomas Müller from the "Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut, Wusterhausen", for their work regarding the acceptance in Germany,

Dr. Franz Zimmermann of the "Luftsportverein Bauland e.V." air-club for his unbreakable belief in the success of the system,

my father Winfried Gschwendner for the support during manufacturing and acting of the systems,

my wife Marion Gschwendner for the morally support and all the work around design and action up to now,

As well as all other helpful people, who believed from the very beginning in the success of the system...

Peter Gschwendner