Department of Homeland Security Selects PAE ISR to Participate
Department of Homeland Security Selects PAE ISR to Participate in UAS Solution Program for Border and Critical Infrastructure Security Scenarios
STERLING, Va., Dec. 3, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate selects PAE ISR to participate in the Robotic Aircraft Sensor Program – Borders.
DHS S&T is looking for unmanned aerial systems with different sensors useful in search-and-rescue, reconnaissance, active shooter response, hostage rescue situations, and many other border and critical infrastructure security scenarios. This program is designed to collect data from the UAS and sensor supplier community to inform DHS S&T and its stakeholders in the Homeland Security Enterprise of current capabilities. "This is a unique opportunity to demonstrate the Resolute Eagle's capabilities against a wide-variety of scenarios," said Joe Sartiano, PAE ISR chief operating officer. "We look forward to supporting this important program and showcasing the latest industry leading technology."
"The Resolute Eagle was designed for exactly these type of missions," said Qazzafi Butt, Ph.D., PAE ISR chief engineer. "The Resolute Eagle is a multi-intelligence capable, Group 3 UAS platform with long-range capabilities that provide operators flexible payload configurations, launch environments and mission profiles."
The Resolute Eagle also provides real-time Command and Control, data transfers and multiple communication protocols. They include Line of Sight,...