The Unmanned Aircraft Systems Sciences program at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University has received a generous donation of four MartinUAV Super Bat unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) from BOSH Global Services worth over $260,000.
Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach Campus has the largest baccalaureate UAS program in the United States. BOSH Global Services is a world leader in UAS command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance services.
The Super Bat is one of the most sophisticated small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) flying today. It is part of a complete unmanned flight system that includes ground stations, launchers, accessories and components. The system is being used in the United States for aerial missions such as airborne law enforcement reconnaissance, wildfire monitoring, agricultural crop analysis, atmospheric science research, disaster reconnaissance and emergency management.
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BOSH Global Services, headquartered in Newport News, Va., is a provider of mission-critical Unmanned Aircraft System services and solutions. From designing, engineering and operating critical operations centers to providing secure and classified data sharing to deployed UAS operations and maintenance, BOSH provides full life cycle support solutions for the most challenging customers. BOSH is ISO 9001:2008 registered. BOSH Global Services is a MAG Global Company. For more information, visit – See more at: http://news.erau.edu/news-briefs/embry-riddle-receives-unmanned-aircraft-systems-valued-at-over-260000-from-bosh-global-services#sthash.mPeeRKap.z5MPtWgx.dpuf