Engineers are developing a lift system for indoor skydives that will use solar panels to keep the lift from blowing out.
The lift is expected to cost around $250,000.
The company behind it, Avanti, says it can lift up to 100kg and be used for skiing, jumping, and even water skiing, and it has developed a system to keep it running without any maintenance.
Its designers hope the lift will be ready for outdoor competitions in a year’s time, but for now it is just for indoor competitions.
Avanti has also been looking into building indoor skid parks, which could be more economical and safer.
It has also built a machine to control a vertical lift, which can lift heavy loads up to 1,500kg.
A few years ago, Airti launched an indoor ski park in China, but it has yet to launch an indoor skier park in the U.S.
Airti has been trying to build an indoor lift since 2006.
In 2007, it unveiled a lift that was able to lift 1,200kg, but that was just for a small ski area.
In 2012, it launched a lift to lift up a 150kg ski hill and a 300kg ski slope.
And last year, it built a lift capable of lifting more than 200kg.
We can get a little bit more power for less money, Aisti said.
And we have been building it for 10 years.
We have been working on this for 10 or 15 years.
We started with an indoor park, and we built it in four years.
In 2018, Aianti said it had built a new indoor ski resort in China and a ski park for indoor skating in Australia.