U.A.V.’s (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle), During 2009 two unmanned aerial vehicles (U.A.V.'s) were designed with one progressing to production. Moulds were CNC machined and this particular aircraft went on to fly and carry out testing in time to be displayed at the Farnborough Air Show during summer 2010. One design featured a pneumatically launched parachute recovery system to overcome the issue of ejecting the parachute with the more normal explosive charge deployment. Also designed was an extendable modular fuselage that enabled various sized instrument loads to be accommodated within an adjustable geometry fuselage.

Nick created most of his designs on a CAD programme called 'Rhino'.