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General Atomics has delivered the final two RQ-1 Predator remotely piloted aircraft systems to the Italian Air Force. Frank Pace, president of aircraft systems at General Atomics aeronautical systems, said Tuesday that “with the delivery of these aircraft, GA-ASI completes over two decades of delivering Predator A capabilities to the United States and allied countries.” […] More
A Gray Eagle drone General Atomics built for the U.S. Army has completed a series of joint manned-unmanned aircraft teaming exercises in South Korea. General Atomics said Wednesday the Gray Eagle worked to stream video and metadata to the AH-64 Apache helicopter from a remote location for operators to control the drone’s sensors and identify targets. The Apache helicopter […] More
General Atomics has moved to expand the company’s presence in the Middle East and North Africa region with a newly opened office in Abu Dhabi. Frank Pace, president of aircraft systems at General Atomics aeronautical systems, said Sunday the company intends for the new office to support the MENA markets with the Predator remotely piloted […] More
A General Atomics business segment has announced plans to set up a new facility in Grand Forks, North Dakota that will train aircrews of domestic and international military agencies on how to operate remotely piloted aircraft. “We selected North Dakota as the site for our new training academy because it offered an unequaled opportunity to support both […] More
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. Frank Pace, president of aircraft […] More
France’s military has received a third unmanned Predator B/MQ-9 Reaper from General Atomics‘ aeronautical systems business to support intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance as well as targeting missions. The company said Friday this latest delivery is the third for the French air force and will join the two remotely piloted aircraft currently in service. Frank Pace, president of aircraft […] More
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. Frank Pace, president of aircraft […] More
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 collision avoidance maneuvers onboard the […] More
General Atomics‘ aeronautical systems business has completed the proof-of-concept test phase for its sense and avoid system aboard a remotely piloted aircraft. General Atomics Aeronautical Systems collaborated with the Federal Aviation Administration and Honeywell to test the Predator B collision avoidance system for unmanned aircraft in September at GA-ASI’s facility in Palmdale, California, General Atomics said Friday. “Our proof-of-concept SAA system is now functional and ready […] More
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. Frank Pace, GA-ASI president of […] More
The Department of Defense has recognized the urgent need for cutting-edge space technologies to stay ahead  of its competitors in the evolving domain. In an environment where change is constant, a strong and readily available base of industry offerings can significantly speed up the rate at which the department is able to deploy the capabilities […] More
The Department of Defense has recognized the urgent need for cutting-edge space technologies to keep pace with the increasing intensity of competition in the evolving domain. To establish a marketplace of advanced space technologies and revolutionize the way the DOD approaches space technology acquisition, the Space Development Agency is working to assemble a “coalition of the willing and capable,” according to SDA Technical Director Frank Turner, who delivered a keynote address at ExecutiveBiz’s Space Technologies Forum. More
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