Off-Board Sensing Solution programme for USAF blends sensor extension for crewed aircraft with an attritable offensive weapons capability.
UAV Vision, Ascent Vision team up
UAV Vision (Australia) and Ascent Vision have teamed up under a strategic partnership that will see UAV Vision products distributed and supported within the Americas, it was announced on 26 April.
The expedited support network and integration engineering assistance for UAV Vision’s gyro-stabilized gimbals will allow regional clients to take advantage of a more agile support presence.
With the entire UAV Vision range sensor payloads, including the CM202, now available in North and South America, the two companies are also planning additional international integration support and training packages.
Tim Sheehy, CEO, Ascent, said: ‘[We are] proud to be supporting the growth of UAV Vision into the Americas by providing a first-class engineering team and a dedicated customer support network. We have been close partners since 2014, however 2016 will be the flagship year for the Ascent Vision and UAV Vision team to expand into the American marketplace.’
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