AMN Video: Drone Aviation Corp. aims to simplify operations and produce lightweight, effective drones
Peter Reid in Featured On August 29, 2017
Drone Aviation Corp. is a company that focuses on unmanned systems design, manufacturing and flight operations.
Drone Aviation Corp. products range from aerostats to tethered UAS systems. Their products aim to simplify operations, have a long flight time and be logistically light in order to accomplish an aerial mission.
They “have commercial applications ranging from energy infrastructure surveys and security to military missions including communications relay, SIGINT, force protection, and convoy escort,” they said.
“Civil agency uses include border patrol, emergency response, search and rescue and law enforcement response to crowd management, hostage situations, and large event security and protection,” Drone Aviation Corp. added.
The company was formed in April 2014 through the acquisition of Lighter Than Air Systems Corp, which was founded in 2009. Taming Altitude is Drone Aviation’s approach to unmanned systems design.
ADS, Inc., is a company that provides equipment, procurement and support solutions to the defense, military and law enforcement markets.
The Expo is intended to bring customers and companies together to be able to “touch, try and train,” and the event is described as the “equal sign” between consumers and products. There are also opportunities to take educational courses during the Expo.
“Warrior Expo is the embodiment of our mission to actively seek out our customers’ equipment and logistics challenges and deliver innovative, cost-effective solutions that enhance their ability to complete their missions,” ADS said. “It is this commitment that has made ADS the world’s premier equipment, procurement and support solutions specialist to the military, law enforcement, first responders and the defense industry.”
The company serves the following markets:
· Department of Defense
· Federal Government Agencies
· First Responders
· Humanitarian Organizations
· Partner Nations
· State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies
· Major Prime Contractors
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