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Dave Uehlinger, chief financial officer of Eagle Ray, has been chosen for Tech Bisnow’s list of the top CFOs at technology companies within the Washington metropolitan area. A Tech Bisnow committee selected Uehlinger from a large pool of peer-nominated financial executives who have helped advance their companies’ missions over the past year, Eagle Ray said […] More
Babs Doherty, president and CEO of information technology contractor Eagle Ray, has been selected to serve as a member of the CEO search committee of the Professional Services Council. Doherty will work with Anne Altman, general manager at IBM, in PSC’s efforts to find a successor for the trade group’s departing President and CEO Stan Soloway, Eagle […] More
Babs Doherty is the founder and CEO of Eagle Ray, a provider of strategic consulting services to agencies in the intelligence, defense and homeland security sectors. Doherty served as an information technology program manager at Titan Systems before she founded Eagle Ray in February 2002. She has also previously served as chief architect at Auction Management Solutions, where she was […] More
Eagle Ray has appointed two executives to top positions in the company as a result of its Dec. 3 acquisition of Kore Federal. Bryan Stygar, former chief technology officer at Kore Federal, will serve in the same capacity at Eagle Ray, the company said Monday. Gregory Williams, former Kore Federal principal and owner, will head […] More
General Atomics‘ aeronautical systems business is applying a modular open-systems approach to an unmanned aircraft system for multi-domain operations in support of the U.S. Army. The company said Thursday its Gray Eagle Extended Range UAS will undergo a system-wide MOSA implementation that will also cover command and control software. The MOSA implementation on GE-ER Increment […] More
General Atomics has conducted ground and flight tests of a brushless generator system built for the extended-range variant of its Gray Eagle unmanned aircraft system. The company said Wednesday its aeronautical and electromagnetic systems business units jointly developed the new motor to generate up to 14 kilowatts of power for the GE-ER platform, a 50 […] More

General Atomics’ aeronautical systems business assessed how the Gray Eagle Extended Range unmanned aircraft system could help advance sensor-to-shooter capabilities during a technology demonstration in late April at Yuma Proving Grounds in Arizona. A joint terminal attack controller captured the sensor field of regard, video and aircraft location using an Android Team Awareness Kit and digitally transmitted ‘call for fires’ on various targets by controlling the electro-optical/infrared sensor aboard the Gray Eagle platform during the April 23 demo.


General Atomics' aeronautical systems unit has conducted a third demonstration of how the extended-range Gray Eagle unmanned aircraft system could support the U.S. Army in multidomain operations. The company said Monday it used intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance payloads, long-range sensors, command and control systems and air-launched effects from industry partners during monthlong demo event.

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