Ascent Vision News:
X-MADIS Launch at the 2018 AUSVI DPS in Maryland
February 3, 2018
Ascent Vision Technologies is excited to announce the launch of our newest product offering, the Mobile Air Defense Integrated System. The Mobile Air Defense Integrated System, X-MADIS, is the latest advancement in on-the-move counter UAS. The X-MADIS will be showcased this week during the AUVSI Defense Protection Security Convention at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center February 6th-8th at booth 313.
Learn more about the X-MADIS HERE.
Grand Opening Recognized by the Montana High Tech Business Alliance
November 28, 2017
Ascent Vision and Bridger Aerospace are extremely grateful for the support of our customers, partners, and friends as we officially opened our new 30,000 sq ft facility on Nov 17th! In a wonderful article, Christina Henderson of the Montana High Tech Business Alliance highlighted the hard work it took to bring our products and services to clients on six continents. We are thankful to our dedicated team and everyone who made this possible!
Read the MTHighTech's article HERE.
August 31, 2017
From September 12 through 15th, Ascent Vision will be showcasing the latest in gimbal sensor technology in London. From counter UAS to tethered sensor platforms, Ascent Vision Technologies will have the latest in innovation on display to for one of the greatest gatherings in the global defense and security sector. Visit us at booth N4-376.
Learn More about the DSEI.
August 8, 2017
The UAS Vision community website reports the U.S. Air Force has funded Lockheed Martin's Desert Hawk UAS project after awarding the firm the contract for the hand-launched UAV with improved power, optical sensors, and airframe structure. The final demonstration, including the capability for water landing and retrieval, is scheduled for November of 2018.
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Learn more about the Desert Hawk UAV.
August 2, 2017
The Airborne Law Enforcement Association (ALEA) featured an article in their members-only magazine outlining the ad\vantages of lightweight optic systems in the UAV and From the article: "Unmanned aerial vehicles can perform many missions that law enforcement needs. As UAVs become more sophisticated, advanced and capable, gimbaled sensors are increasingly necessary."
To join the ALEA and receive AirBeat Magazine, visit ALEA.org
Read the text of the article here.
July 23, 2017
Over 15 Drone racing competitors turned out at the Big Sky County Fair in Bozeman, Montana, this week to throw down and prove who is the best as part of the Third Annual Bridger Cup Drone Competition. The first-person view each pilot had as they maneuvered their UAV through obstacles allowed each machine to reach speeds up to 90 mph... only the best were victorious.
Learn More from Montana Sports, by Nick Petraccione
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