Plymouth Rock Technologies (PRT) has confirmed that the company has joined the U.S. Naval Aviation Systems Consortium (NASC). Formed to support the technology needs of the U.S. Naval Air Warfare Centers (NAWCs) and the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), NASC provides the Navy with broad reach, robust competition and a comprehensive range of technology solutions.
Consortium members are able to work with the Government to identify opportunities, target their technology offerings, expand into new markets and grow their businesses. PRT’s offerings include purpose-built multirotor UAS (unmanned aerial systems) that utilize Artificial Intelligence, cutting-edge sensors, and advanced dual-camera modules as standard, offering thermal capabilities alongside high-definition real-time air-to-ground streaming, with the ability to mount multiple, various sensors, modules, and payloads.
Carl Cagliarini, Chief Strategy Officer of Plyrotech, commented: “We are currently engaged in procurement requests with the US Department of Defense. The United States Navy and United States Marine Corps are progressive UAS advocates in the US military when it comes to innovation and finding safer, more efficient ways of completing an objective. We believe that using programs such as the SBIR Phase II and Other Transaction (OT), payment tools available with the assistance of NASC, we can supply highly capable aircraft in a short space of time from requirement to delivery.”
PRT has also launched a new company website, which has been designed to offer a more user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality while allowing visitors to see its full fleet of UAS. Created with simplicity and usability in mind, the site includes many new features to help users quickly and easily identify the product they need, whilst providing specification downloads and videos of its UAS. In addition, the new one-click comparison chart feature and dedicated product filter pages have allowed Plyrotech to place its full product portfolio on display, whilst also detailing each products’ application sector overviews.
Cagliarini stated: “The primary goal during the redesign process was to create a more valuable, user-centric and responsive resource across all of our platforms and devices. Specifically, we wanted to focus on making it easier for our users to learn and locate valuable information about our technology and fleet, and how this can assist them in their application or industry.”