Boeing Providing General Atomics Predator Data System; Jonathan Moneymaker Comments

Boeing has delivered a video and imagery data access system to General Atomics’ aeronautical systems affiliate for use on drones, the company announced Tuesday.

The company said intelligence analysts and warfighters can use the system to access surveillance data from MQ-1 Predator and MQ-9 Reaper drones.

EXMeritus HardwareWall can also be used to share information across multiple secure networks, said Jonathan Moneymaker, intelligence systems group director.

Boeing is contracted to provide General Atomics more units and associated engineering support for the Air Force’s ground control station modernization program.

The system is listed on the Unified Cross Domain Management Office Baseline, a listing of approved cross domain technologies for use within the federal government.

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