TenCate is a world leader in composite materials and composite construction. You can find their composites in space exploration, aviation, defense, marine and even sporting goods. TenCate has a long line of successes in the industry - and now is part of the Sabrewing team!
Cobham is a leading global technology and services innovator, respected for providing solutions to the most challenging problems, from deep space to the depths of the ocean.
Cobham provides the Aviator UAV 200 Satcom unit for command, control and communications for operations beyond line-of-sight.
Attollo Engineering develops next generation, low SWaP opto-electronic solutions for defense and commercial applications. Attollo has real-world experience developing fielded hardware and system for our nation's warfighters and for demanding commercial applications. Attollo specializes in infrared imaging, laser range-finding and LADAR, laser sources for precision targeting, semi-active laser seeker design, rapid response system prototyping, high speed, low noise customer electronics design and custom integrated circuit design.
Attollo provides the Laser Radar Altimeter and Fast-Scan Sense-And-Avoid Sensor.
uAvionix develops the world’s smallest, lightest and most affordable ADS-B transponder, Ping. uAvionix’ Ping network system combines hardware, software, and real-time airspace mapping to ena
ble companies to safely and reliably operate drones in the NAS. Based in Palo Alto, uAvionix has gathered a cross-disciplinary team of experts in embedded RF engineering, sUAS operations and compliance, hardware, software, and cloud services.
uAvionix provides the Ping 200SR Mode-S/ADS-B transceiver that allows Air Traffic Control and other aircraft to see where the Rapier is located. It also allows the Rapier to operate in the same airspace as other aircraft
EuroAvionics builds the triple-redundant autopilot that the Draco-2 uses to fly the long voyage from Japan to the United States. Each individual AP has an integral IMU that is constantly updated by WAAS GPS to maintain the highest position accuracy available - and keeps the Draco-2 positioned to within a few feet of its intended flight path.
Let's face it - there is no one better at high resolution, low light, and other specialty cameras than FLIR. FLIR isn't taking their success lightly by resting on its accomplishments - it's continuing to innovate and create even better ways to pear into the dark or to see heat, cold or other energy sources.
FLIR is providing all the cameras on-board the Rapier air vehicle. The images that you see while the vehicle is in flight is brought to you by FLIR - the noted authority on specialty cameras.
The Sensor Interface Computer (SIC) looks small - but it's considered to be the nerve center of the DRACO-2 UAV; it can't move without it. Graduate and undergraduate students from the Computer Science Department are in charge of the architecture, design and software of the SIC.