Dynetics to Demo Unmanned Tech Portfolio at AUVSI Forum; Greg Lester Comments

Northrop Grumman MQ-4C TritonDynetics will showcase its portfolio of drone technology offerings at an Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International-hosted forum.

This year’s AUVSI Pathfinder Symposium will take place Tuesday through Thursday at the Braun Center in Huntsville, Ala., Dynetics says.

The company intends to demonstrate integrated performance and aircraft configuration, human machine interface and interactive multimedia instruction tools that it designed to integrate with drone platforms.

Greg Lester, executive vice president of Dynetics, said the company also offers training, system engineering and logistics support services to UAS customers.

Staff will also highlight the company’s integration and testing work on unmanned aircraft payloads.

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