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AUSA 2018: Aeronautics presents newest UAS Unmanned Aerial System.

| 2018

The Israeli HLS group together with it'sAmerican subsidiary Chassis Plans participates in AUSA 2018, Association of United States Army Defense Exhibition in Washington D.C. to introduce new small tactical UAS Unmanned Aerial System.

Aeronautics presents newest UAS Unmanned Aerial System at AUSA 2018 United States Army defense exhibition 925 001
Aeronautics provides intelligence solutions, unmanned aircraft to the military and civilian markets since 1997. (Picture source Army Recognition)

Four months after Aeronautics group completed the deal to acquire Chassis Plans – the synergy of the two companies can be well seen in AUSA exhibition in Washington DC.Aeronautics group presents in AUSA it's most advanced Small Tactical UASwith long endurance and long distance abilities.

Amos Matan, Aeronautics CEO: “We are excited to introduce in the largest land warfare tradeshow in North America the synergy with Chassis Plans.The California based company gave us access to new, leading customers in the US defense market and we hope to expand our activities".
Chassis Plansdevelops, manufactures and integrates operating stations for unmanned systems and computer equipment for military and industrial applications. Among its customers are US defense giants including Boeing, Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics.

Aeronautics manufactures variety of Small Tactical UASincluding Orbiter 4that offers high transportability without the need for a take-off and landing strip. The revolutionary Orbiter 4 UAS features advanced technological capabilities including: ability to carry and operate 2 payloads simultaneously, endurance of up to 24 hours, use of satellite communication, versatility without the need for a landing strip, Maritime Patrol Radar (MPR), cellular interception sensor that is fully operational from take-off throughout the mission until landing under GPS denied conditions, Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), and Controp's advanced XR electro-optic payload.

Aeronautics develops, manufactures and markets unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) through thePoziDrone company, developing and manufacturing observation solutions based on inflatable balloon platforms through RT, systems Electro-optics through the subsidiary Controp, which manufactures advanced electro-optic systems, develops and manufactures communications systems through its subsidiary Commtact and engines for UAVs through the subsidiary Zanzottera, and recently completed the acquisition of the company, Chassis Plans in the US, which manufactures rugged computer systems for security purposes.

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