CybAero and Telephonics in joint UAV development project
UAS developer and manufacturer CybAero will join with Telephonics Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Jericho, NY-based Griffon Corporation for integrating radar and electronic warfare systems on board CybAero's Vantage unmanned helicopter. The development work will be conducted within Telephonics' and CybAero's operations in Long Island, NY and Stamford, CT.
CybAero together with Telephonics and the US Naval Research Laboratory will perform several demo flights aimed to demonstrate the Vantage UAS performing maritime surveillance, search and rescue, and drug interdiction detection to classify oil spills on water and UAV solutions for the US Navy, Coast Guard and future international customers.
CybAero is very pleased to have Telephonics, a distinguished industry leader radar producer and mission critical systems developer, join in further developing the Vantage Unmanned Aerial System says Peter Muhlrad, President of CybAero LLC.
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