Dynetics to Showcase End-to-End UAS Expertise at Pathfinder Symposium

Friday March 14, 2014

Dynetics will demonstrate at Pathfinder 2014 how it is successfully delivering end-to-end unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) solutions that advance UAS platforms for emerging missions, including technology insertion, existing system sustainment and mission planning and simulation - all based on Dynetics' broad UAS experience. Company representatives will be in Booth 37/38 at Pathfinder 2014, the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International's (AUVSI's) Pathfinder Symposium, at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville on March 18-20.

From idea to prototype...engineering change proposal (ECP) to deployment, Dynetics provides a portfolio of UAS products and services, including post-production software support, system engineering and integration, prototyping and production, and interactive multimedia instruction (IMI)/training and documentation. 

Highlighted at Pathfinder will be a variety of products and services that enable customers to quickly and affordably adapt existing platforms to perform new missions. These products and services include:

  • The technology-driven IPAC (Integrated Performance and Aircraft Configuration) allows aviators to easily view and update aircraft performance settings throughout their planned route.
  • Dynetics' IMI (interactive multimedia instruction) provides an engaging, media-rich training vehicle for refreshing and sustaining knowledge critical to success on the battlefield.
  • The company's HMI (human machine interface) capabilities help the U.S. Army base its complex decisions on quantifiable evidence instead of opinion by integrating humans' cognitive processes with software's computational processes. Dynetics' experience in mobile application development is combined with HMI expertise to provide the optimal user experience.

Conference representatives will also explain Dynetics' expertise in the integration and testing of high-technology payloads with unmanned aircraft.

Greg Lester, Dynetics executive vice president, explained that with limited budgets, customers are increasingly focused on sustaining and enhancing existing UAS systems. "Our UAS team brings to bear the necessary domain knowledge, system engineering, software engineering, training and logistics capabilities to work with customers and partners to achieve emerging UAS missions," he said. 

For more information about the conference, visit the website.

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