FALLS CHURCH, Va. Northrop Grumman Corporation and Martin UAV (a Shield AI company) have completed flight testing of a V-BAT unmanned aircraft system (UAS) with new features including GPS-denied navigation and target designation capabilities.
NEW YORK, N.Y. Persistent Systems, company specializing in mobile ad hoc networking (MANET) solutions, announced that it will be supplying Martin UAV, an industry partner whose V-BAT VTOL unmanned aircraft system was just selected for the Navy's Mi2 program, with MPU5 and Embedded Module networking devices over the coming years.
PLANO, Texas. The U.S. Navy has selected Martin UAV's V-BAT for a vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) unmanned aerial system (UAS) prototyping and development effort in order to fulfill new technological requirements driven by the evolving nature of threats in contested operating environments.
PLANO, Texas. Martin UAV, company specializing in advanced aviation technology, announced the public release of the latest unmanned aircraft system (UAS), the V-BAT 128, for defense and commercial use, including search and rescue, firefighting, logistic resupply, and energy and oil and gas operations.
PLANO, Texas. Martin UAV, unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology company, demonstrated the shipboard integration of its V-BAT as well as its maritime capabilities in support of United States Southern Command's (SOUTHCOM) counter-narcotics operations in the Eastern Pacific.