Aeronautics Secures Over $60M in International Contracts

Aeronautics Ltd. – a world leader in designing, developing, and manufacturing Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) for the global defense and HLS markets – has secured $60M worth of new contracts to supply its advanced Ground Control Stations (GCS) for its Orbiter UAV systems and to provide essential maintenance services for its Aeronautics UAV fleet.

Aeronautics provides end to end solutions for UAS missions – from the UAV to the Ground Control Stations. Redefining the gathering of tactical intelligence, the Orbiter family of UAV Systems boasts exceptional endurance, unmatched maneuverability, advanced surveillance capabilities and the ground stations to operate the system.

In one contract, Aeronautics will provide two types of state-of-the-art Ground Control Stations to complement the Orbiter UAS operations. The first, is the Portable Ground Control Station (PGCS), which features flight and mission operation software, video-tracker software, payload sensor data and information. The PGCS provides flexibility and mobility for tactical deployments and caters to dynamic mission requirements in various environments.

The second is the MILSTD sheltered station (GCS), an advanced modular control station for maximized mission capability and success. Designed to meet rigorous military standards, the GCS provides enhanced capabilities for complex and large-scale operations.
The maintenance contract signed enables the customer to receive comprehensive maintenance for all of Aeronautics’ UAV systems ensuring maximum fleet readiness for all situations. This contract demonstrates Aeronautics’ commitment to comprehensive and ongoing customer support.

“These latest contracts reflect Aeronautics’ commitment to long-term partnerships with our key customers,” says Dan Slasky, President & CEO of Aeronautics Group. “These new contracts further expand our series of successes this year, demonstrating the trust our customers place in Aeronautics’ technology and the company’s continued growth.”

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