Analytic Systems develops power products for UAVs
Analytic Systems has recently supplied products to a number of companies that design and manufacture unmanned aerial systems (UAS). The most recent contract is for a power system for the Shadow Tactical Unmanned Aircraft Systems which are in service with customers including the US Army and Marine Corps.
Working with AAI's Engineering team, Analytic Systems has modified their LIAC600 (US Army/USMC AC Lithium-Ion Battery Charger) their LIDC600 (US Army DC Lithium-Ion Battery Charger) and their PWS1510MS ruggedized power supply to work as a complete power system for AAI's next generation Universal Ground Control Station. This product agility as well as the reliability of Analytic Systems' product line provides the innovative technology companies need to complete their programs and provide solutions for all their UAS mission critical needs.
Source: Analytic Systems
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