Who to see at AUSA 2022

UnmannedSystemsTechnology.com are excited to be heading to Washington DC next week along with many of our partners for AUSA 2022 By Sarah Simpson / 07 Oct 2022

UnmannedSystemsTechnology.com are thrilled to be working with so many companies attending AUSA 2022 this year which kicks off next week in Washington DC at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 10th – 12th October and is expected to draw in over 33,000 attendees from over 80 countries.

Who to see at AUSA 2022

Excitement is building here at UST, we’re keen to be meeting with many of our partners again, whether they are exhibiting, presenting or walking the floor – if you’d like to meet up with them, then why not send a message via our platform? Details below:

  • Advanced Navigation at Booth 625: High accuracy inertial navigation systems for defense applications
  • Auterion GS at Booth 3146: Integrated flight controls, mission computers and connectivity with U.S. Government certifications
  • Ascent Aerial: Designed and built in the U.S., rugged and highly portable Spirit UAV platform ideal for mission-critical applications
  • BoreSight at Team Defense Australia: Unmanned Aerial Target products providing government agencies and the C-UAS industry with a cost-effective, high-performance testing and training capabilities
  • Collins Aerospace at Booth 2326: Imaging, flight management and autopilot solutions for unmanned aerial vehicles. Enabling UAV operation in harsh environments, for real-time ISR, inspection, and security
  • Crystal Group, Inc. at Booth 7153: Developer of rugged, high-reliability computing hardware for challenging military and defense environments
  • Domo Tactical Communications (DTC) at Booth 6953: Tactical IP Mesh technology and COFDM video transmission systems for UAVs enabling real-time situational awareness in demanding environments
  • Echodyne at Booth 4325: Proprietary low-SWaP beam-steering MESA® (metamaterials electronically scanned array) radars, for airspace surveillance
  • EIZO Rugged Solutions at Booth 2351: Rugged video capture boards, GPGPU cards & encoders for graphics processing and streaming, designed to MIL-STD-810 standards

Meet UnmannedSystemsTechnology.com at AUSA 2022

  • Fischer Connectors, Inc. at Booth 7935: High-performance connectivity solutions, ultra-rugged with resistance to extreme temperatures, shock, vibration and corrosion
  • FT Technologies at Booth 4338: Ultrasonic, lightweight acoustic resonance wind sensors and anemometers for meteorological applications in the defense and aerospace
  • IMSAR, LLC at Booth 2942: Lightweight, compact synthetic aperture radar systems to complement EO/IR and electronic warfare (EW) payloads and provide advanced geospatial intelligence
  • Inertial Labs, Inc. at Booth 4220: Precision inertial sensors for motion tracking, weapon orientation tracking, payload stabilization, and inertial position tracking for GPS-denied environments
  • Iridium Communications, Inc. at Booth 6649: High-reliability satellite communication services, network and SATCOM solutions for real-time data and up-to-date metrics
  • KONGSBERG at Booth 1451: Mission-critical software applications providing mapping capabilities, geospatial data visualization, and situational awareness
  • KVH / Emcore at Booth 6521: High-performance fiber optic gyro (FOG), ring laser gyro (RLG), and MEMS-based inertial sensors and systems for aerospace and defense
  • Marotta Controls at Booth 3149: Fully integrated control system solutions for aerospace and defense
  • NovAtel, Inc. at Booth 1448: Assured PNT solutions, precise positioning, GPS & GNSS receivers, antennas and inertial systems for military and defense
  • NWUAV at Booth 4007: UAV engines, autopilots, servo actuators and design and development services
  • Parker LORD at Booth 6817: Innovative miniature inertial sensors; MEMS IMU, AHRS systems, vertical reference units & GNSS-INS for defense

Meet UnmannedSystemsTechnology.com at AUSA 2022

  • Sealevel Systems, Inc. at Booth 640: Embedded computing design, I/O electronics and hardware engineering for mission-critical control & communications
  • Sentient Vision at Team Defense Australia: Computer vision and artificial intelligence (AI) surveillance software solutions for defense
  • Silvus Technologies at Booth 4013: Wireless connectivity for critical data and video transmissions. MIMO radio technologies for enhanced throughput, interference mitigation, anti-jamming, and improved QoS
  • Textron Systems at Booth 3024: Geospatial data analysis and image processing software for geospatial intelligence, enhanced situational awareness and actionable intelligence
  • TUALCOM ELEKTRONIK A.S. at Booth 445: RF, electronic warfare equipment, tactical data links communications solutions and anti-jam devices
  • UXV Tech at Booth 1863: Professional agnostic robotic technologies; ground control systems, handheld controllers, and field-oriented control ESCs
  • VectorNav Technologies at Booth 3047: Tactical-grade GNSS INS sensors for integration into cutting-edge and mission-critical technologies
  • Z3 Technology, LLC at Booth 3354: IP camera and video encoding solutions using the latest compression technology, including H.265 and H.264 and delivering resolutions of up to 4K
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