February 25, 2022-
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) has become the world leader in Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems – with an important assist from Canadian industry.
GA-ASI has advanced the performance and sustainment of long-range, long-endurance Remotely Piloted Aircraft by partnering with Canadian companies, including CAE and L3Harris Technologies’ Canadian subsidiary WESCAM, for more than a decade.
“Our partnerships with Canadian industry have not only helped GA-ASI revolutionize global security and defense and strengthen the capabilities of allied nations but have also created opportunities for Canadian companies to expand their exports by including products on GA-ASI platforms delivered to customers throughout the world,” said GA-ASI President David R. Alexander. “We appreciate the contributions of Canadian companies like CAE and L3Harris, and we look forward to working with MDA who we have teamed with on RPAS, as we further build and strengthen business alliances in Canada.”
In addition to CAE, L3Harris and MDA, GA-ASI is actively working with multiple Canadian businesses, big and small, for its Team SkyGuardian® Canada initiative. GA-ASI continues to recruit Canadian businesses and their RPA-related innovations. More information can be found at www.ga-asi.com/teamskyguardiancanada/
GA-ASI looks forward to responding to the Request for Proposals released by the Canadian government for RPAS. Together, we look forward to advancing the security of Canada today and into the future.
Source : General Atomics
Publish date: July 2021 - Pages: 270