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General Atomics Aeronautical – Taking Information Dominance to the Next Level

7th November 2023 - 11:00 GMT | by Featured Video

With Every New RPA Innovation, General Atomics Aeronautical Pushes the Boundaries of the Possible to Make the World Safer and More Secure.

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Since 1992, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) has expanded the acceptance and application of Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) systems, pioneering game-changing ISR solutions like its flagship Predator platform — hailed as one of the top ten aircraft that changed the world. From this strong foundation, the company has continued to innovate a comprehensive family of long-endurance, mission-capable aircraft that pushes performance to new heights, including the Predator B/MQ-9 Reaper®, Predator C Avenger®, Predator XP, and the MQ-9B SkyGuardian® and SeaGuardian®.

More inroads are unfolding with next-generation solutions like Mojave and MQ-9B STOL that make short takeoff and landing from unimproved surfaces a reality, the Gambit Series of autonomous collaborative platforms that expands tactical employment options for pilots, and a line of Air-Launched Effects that delivers powerful stand-off capability with stand-in performance to transform battlefield operations. GA-ASI aircraft have flown more than 8 million flight hours, surpassing all industry records, and every minute of every day, close to 50 Predator-series aircraft are airborne worldwide.

For every RPA requirement that has emerged over the past 30 years, GA-ASI has taken technology and capability to the next level, revolutionizing how ISR missions are conducted to make the world safer and more secure.

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