The usage of the word "Cyclone" in the company name was partially inspired by the rotating propellers of an aircraft and/or the rotating rotor blades of a flying helicopter. The other half of the inspiration came from the meteorological term of a cyclone itself - the speed, velocity, determination, fierceness, and almost rebellious nature of a cyclone, which echoes the company's (and a cyclone's) drive and passion for success.
The feeling of the logo must be sharp, sleek, clean, futuristic, minimalist, and with the cyclonic shape (if there is one) preferably "in motion" (i.e. spinning, rotating, etc) to depict velocity. I will consider "static" logos as a secondary choice if "in motion" designs aren't suitable, however.
A variety of shapes such as curvy, edgy, or angular are all accepted for consideration also, as long as the fit the criterion above (sharp, sleek, clean, clear, etc).
Finally, I'd like to explore the use of a "futuristic" font for the logo's text - and of course they will need to be consistent with the above criterion. The font text that I'm proposing as samples for consideration are uploaded here below (SpaceX and AIRLOCK). For AIRLOCK, please only note the "gaps" in the letters as part of its design (not its fat and cumbersome style that should be avoided). Those "gaps" appear to depict a more futuristic feel. Perhaps try a "combination" of SpaceX and Airlock (i.e. sleek, slender letters with "gaps" incorporated)? Lastly, "gaps" are NOT mandatory as long as a futuristic feel is achieved.
Thanks for all your time and happy designing!