Tag Archives: Unmanned Aerial System

Sensofusion Prepares for Enhanced AIRFENCE Production With DoD; Kaveh Mahdavi Comments

Sensofusion will begin its production on an enhanced ground-based mobile platform for countering autonomous aerial drones after testing its prototype for a year. The New York-based firm said Wednesday the AIRFENCE system met IP67 ruggedization requirements during assessments for detection range and counterattack capabilities, which were conducted with the U.S. …

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PAE ISR to Equip ‘Resolute Eagle’ UAS With Sagetech Transponder; Jake Jacobs Comments

Sagetech has been chosen to provide a transponder system for integration into a PAE ISR-made unmanned aerial system. The PAE–American Operations Corp.–Battlespace Flight Services joint venture will equip the Resolute Eagle UAS platform with MX transponders, Sagetech said Tuesday. Jake Jacobs, chief technology officer at PAE ISR, said the transponder will work to increase Resolute Eagle’s aircraft detection and …

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BAE Advances Battle Management Software Development Project With DARPA, AFRL

BAE Systems has teamed up with the Air Force Research Laboratory and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to further develop a software platform that works to facilitate communications between manned and unmanned aerial systems in contested environments, C4ISRNet reported Friday. The Distributed Battle Management software is designed to provide pilots situational …

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Kratos Gets State Dept OK to Market Tactical UAS in Europe, Asia Pacific; Steve Fendley Comments

The State Department has authorized Kratos Defense and Security Solutions to market a tactical unmanned aerial system in select countries within Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. Mako is designed to operate independently or in conjunction with other UAS platforms to support manned aircraft in a contested airspace environment, Kratos said Tuesday. The UAS …

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Kratos Aims to Meet Tactical, Target Drone Demand With New Oklahoma Facility

A Kratos Defense & Security Solutions division has opened an 8,800-square-foot facility in Oklahoma City to house engineering, production and administrative operations as the company anticipates an increased demand for target and tactical unmanned aerial systems. The company said Friday the new facility unveiled by its unmanned systems division will accommodate …

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