Tag Archives: Frank Pace

Air Force Fields Modified General Atomics Reaper UAV; Frank Pace Comments

The U.S. Air Force has fielded a General Atomics-built unmanned Predator B/MQ-9 Reaper Extended Range remotely piloted aircraft in support of the service’s Quick Reaction Capability requirement for the company. General Atomics said Tuesday the modified Reaper includes two wing-mounted fuel tanks, an alcohol/water injection system, a four-bladed propeller and a trailing arm landing gear system. …

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Frank Pace: General Atomics, Sener Forge Alliance to Offer Spain ISR Unmanned Aircraft

A General Atomics subsidiary has partnered with Sener to market the Predator B remotely-piloted aircraft to the Spanish government. General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. and Sener aim to update the drone’s data collection technology in order to meet the Spanish military’s airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance requirements, GA-ASI said Monday. …

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General Atomics Completes Airborne Radar Testing Onboard Predator B; Frank Pace Comments

General Atomics’ aeronautical systems company has completed the flight test for a sense-and-avoid radar aboard a remotely piloted aircraft in an effort to further the aircraft’s integration into international and domestic airspace. General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. flight-tested a due regard radar on Predator B and the radar system performed …

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General Atomics Earns UK Unmanned Aircraft Design Certification; Frank Pace Comments

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. has completed a U.K. certification program designed to help organizations meet aircraft design standards. GA-ASI has been accredited by U.K’s military aviation authority through the Design Approved Organization Scheme., GA-ASI said Jan. 30. The DAOS accreditation provides safety requirements for unmanned aerial systems and equipment. …

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General Atomics Demos UAV-Based Tracking System; Frank Pace Comments

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. has demonstrated a sense-and-avoid system onboard an unmanned aerial vehicle. The goal of the flight test was to coordinate BAE Systems‘ identification transponder with General Atomics’ air-to-air radar system and Honeywell‘s traffic alert collision avoidance system in order to track targets, General Atomics said Thursday. Frank …

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