By Nick Gilbert
Advanced Defense Technologies recently declared its key business development plans to progress its commercializing efforts regarding the company's cost effective antenna systems that support SATCOM and UAV payload implementation and integration, and detection within the commercial markets.
Advanced Defense Technologies is focusing on several initiatives that will expedite the manufacturing process of UAV Systems, and ultimate commercialization of these systems. The main objectives of the company are the development of additional system enhancement technologies, additional financing for more rapid commercialization efforts, acquisition of strategic partners and engineering talent for achieving technology conversion from R&D to the commercial market, and completion of field testing evaluation.
According to the President and CEO of Advanced Defense Technologies, R.S. Tahim, capable of offering excellent solutions to high cost, the system complexities, weight, size, and the extensive cooling requirements, the new phased array antenna technology of Advanced Defense Technologies is currently being extended to communication data links, potential sensors, and the Seek and Avoid systems for UAVs and Drones. The company’s UAV designs can be implemented for private as well as government applications in varied industries including military, meteorological, oil and gas, municipal, agriculture, forestry, and coastal or border surveillance.
Advanced Defense Technologies develops innovative systems and technologies for the defense, military and homeland security industry. The system design technology of the company has been developed under several SBIR Programs in association with Government Agencies such as US military (MDA, USAF, ARMY, and NAVY), DARPA, NASA, and Phillips Labs.