07.11.2019 - Loudoun County Company Selected to Participate in Virginia's VALET Program

Two-year export program provides resources to support international business expansion

RICHMOND - The Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP) today announced the acceptance of a Loudoun County company, PAE ISR LLC, into its two-year Virginia Leaders in Export Trade (VALET) program. The VALET program assists companies in the Commonwealth that are committed to international exporting as a growth strategy. To participate, each business must meet both quantitative and qualitative selection criteria. Participating firms are chosen based on their dedication to growing export sales. To date, 335 Virginia companies have been accepted to participate in the VALET program.

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07.10.2019 - Building on Benchmarks

The technology line between military and commercial UAS capabilities continues to blur—and that’s by design, according to some of the top industry developers.

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05.31.2019 - NASA Previews 2020 Unmanned Aircraft Demonstration Activities

Information Presented During Panel Discussion At AUVSI Conference In Chicago

NASA began outreach efforts for the upcoming Systems Integration and Operationalization (SIO) demonstration in 2020 at a panel discussion at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) Xponential, All Things Unmanned conference in Chicago from April 30 through May 2.

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04.05.2019 - LAAD 2019: PAE ISR seeks to reduce Resolute Eagle tactical UAV weight

PAE ISR is considering a variety of options to reduce the weight of its Resolute Eagle Group 3 tactical long-endurance unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), according to a company official.

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04.05.2019 - Inside PAE's unmanned aircraft strategy

PAE Inc. has been long known for its logistics and facility management work for the State and Defense departments in overseas locations, and at the same time has been shaping an unmanned aerial platform and services business the company views as in its core.

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02.26.2019 - PAE ISR Collaborates with FAA to Demonstrate NASA SIO 2020 UAS Demo in Airspace

Teaming with the National Aeronautics & Space Administration for the Unmanned Aircraft Systems integration in the National Airspace System Project, PAE ISR participated in a joint kickoff meeting with NASA and the Federal Aviation Administration.

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01.17.2019 - Beth Beach: PAE ISR’s Unmanned Aircraft Platform Offers ‘Mission Flexibility’

Beth Beach, vice president of business development at PAE ISR, has said the company-built Resolute Eagle unmanned aerial system has the potential to support expeditionary forces and complement military platforms, C4ISNET reported Wednesday.

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01.17.2019 - The Army wants drones that make their own networks

Eventually, the Shadow will come to pass. The Army is looking for replacements to the venerable drone, first flown in 1991, through its Future Tactical UAS program. In the nearly three decades since, every aspect of drone technology has seen some improvement, including materials used, sensors to communication hardware and software, and even the batteries that power those computers and sensors. The Army has also seen the limitations of what it can and cannot do with a drone that has to either operate from a runway or be launched from a rail and caught on a hook. Into this mix of requirements and new possibility flies the Resolute Eagle, made by PAE ISR, complete with an ad hoc network system from Persistent Systems.

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01.08.2019 - Unmanned systems: Silent Falcon UAS assisting Pojoaque Pueblo in New Mexico, Resolute Eagle UAS adopts MPU5 technology, Ford and Michigan State expand research partnership

In this week’s/today's roundup from the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) which highlights some of the latest news and headlines in unmanned vehicles and robotics, the Wildflower International technology firm pairs with Silent Falcon UAS in Wildflower's bid to build a new data service, PAE ISR upgrades the Resolute Eagle UAS with new communication capability, and Ford Motor Company and Michigan State University continue their collaboration on autonomous technology and mobility research.

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12.21.2018 - Forrester | Emerging drone industry just the jolt Pendleton needs

It’s interesting to check on the Pendleton Unmanned Aerial Range situation in Pendleton from time to time.

Ken Bisconer, director of West Coast flight operations for a Virginia-based aerospace firm, told me recently he needs to line up housing in Pendleton for 12 families within 30 days. Bisconer’s firm, PAE ISR, has contracts with the aviation arm of the U.S. Navy to equip aircraft with advanced communications systems. PAE has leased a hangar at the Pendleton airport which houses work stations which were busy while we met in his office. Bisconer said he has hired 22 workers this fall, all of whom have served in the military and have security clearances. That is because defense contracts are so central to PAE’s work. NASA recently announced it wants the PAE firm to take a lead role in developing a plan for how to integrate drones into general aviation traffic in the national airspace. In aerospace vehicle testing, Pendleton is a hot place to be. Lots of buzz about Pendleton’s friendliness and its place in the beautiful Northwest. Veterans of the industry say most U.S. test ranges are located in “pits” and lack the retail or entertainment or outdoor recreation of Pendleton.

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12.19.2018 - PAE ISR Selects Persistent Systems’ MPU5 for Resolute Eagle

STERLING, Virginia – PAE ISR, a systems integrator and full-service provider for unmanned aerial systems, has chosen Persistent Systems’ MPU5 Wave Relay mobile ad hoc networking (MANET) technology for their Resolute Eagle unmanned aerial system platform, according to a release.

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12.12.2018 - Unmanned Air System based at the Pendleton UAS earns partnership with NASA

PENDLETON, OR – You may have heard, seen or even own a drone. The technical name is Unmanned Air System, or UAS. This includes the unmanned aircraft that flies without a pilot on board and the operation is from the ground.

They are used in the military, homeland security and in many other ways. There is a UAS Range right here in our own backyard based out at the Pendleton Airport – the Pendleton UAS Range.

PAE ISR was recently awarded a partnership with NASA and the Federal Aviation Administration to perform a 2020 demonstration using sense and avoid technology.

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12.07.2018 - PAE ISR to participate in RASP-B programme

STERLING, Virginia – PAE ISR has been selected by the US Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate to participate in the Robotic Aircraft Sensor Program – Borders (RASP-B).

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12.04.2018 - PAE ISR to Provide UAS Platform for DHS Border Security Test Program

STERLING, Virginia – PAE ISR has been selected by the US Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate to participate in the Robotic Aircraft Sensor Program – Borders (RASP-B).

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11.27.2018 - PAE ISR’s Resolute Eagle receives NAVAIR Interim Flight Clearance

STERLING, Virginia – PAE ISR received a Group 3 Interim Flight Clearance for the Resolute Eagle, vertical takeoff and landing configuration, from the Naval Air System Command located in Maryland on November 13, 2018.

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11.12.2018 - Pendleton Is A Hub For Drone Testing. Now, It Wants To Expand Its Capacity.

A dream to make rural Pendleton, Oregon, into a drone-testing mecca is becoming very real. It’s so real, in fact, that the city-owned airport has run out of hangar space to rent to global aerospace companies. Now, the Pendleton airport is seeking millions more in public funding to help expand.

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11.05.2018 - This Oregon hangar that once housed WWII bombers sat empty for decades. Now it's buzzing again

During World War II, the Pendleton, Oregon airport served as homebase to a bomber wing that flew anti-submarine patrols along the West Coast and took part in a daring mission called the Doolittle Raid. Now after many decades of slumber, the Army Air Corps’ historic hangar is buzzing again.

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10.17.2018 - Drone maker, FAA, NASA Reach Agreement

STERLING, Virginia – PAE ISR, LLC, the original equipment manufacturer of the Resolute Eagle unmanned aircraft system platform, has signed an agreement with NASA and the FAA to conduct a demonstration in the National Airspace System in 2020 and to work toward full integration of unmanned aerial systems in the NAS.

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10.16.2018 - PAE ISR Partners with NASA for 2020 Unmanned Aircraft Demo in US Airspace

STERLING, Va., Oct. 16, 2018 / PRNewswire / -- PAE ISR, LLC, the original equipment manufacturer of the Resolute Eagle, signed a cooperative agreement with NASA to conduct a demonstration in the National Airspace System in 2020 and work toward full integration of unmanned aerial systems into the NAS.

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10.08.2018 - PAE ISR Selects TASE400 Laser Designator for Resolute Eagle

PAE ISR, LLC, the original equipment manufacturer of the Group 3 unmanned aerial system (UAS), Resolute Eagle, selects the UTC Aerospace Systems TASE400 LD optical and laser designation payload system.

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08.30.2018 - General Atomics, PAE ISR, Bell Selected as NASA UAS Dev’t & Demo Partners

NASA will collaborate with General Atomics’ aeronautical systems business, PAE ISR and Textron‘s Bell subsidiary on a two-year project to demonstrate commercial unmanned aircraft systems through various flight missions.

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08.29.2018 - NASA Partners with Industry for 2020 Unmanned Aircraft Demo in Airspace

With a mutual interest in performing routine Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) flights in the National Airspace System (NAS), NASA is collaborating with industry through cooperative agreements that are expected to lead to flights in 2020.

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06.05.2018 - PAE ISR Selects Sagetech MX Transponder for the Resolute Eagle

PAE ISR, LLC selects Sagetech Corporation’s MX transponder product line for the Resolute Eagle, a long endurance, 210 pound unmanned aerial system (UAS). The MX transponder line allows PAE ISR to use a single form and fit across its entire UAS fleet, regardless of mission.

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03.27.2018 - PAE ISR Joins Virginia’s Global Defense Program

The Virginia Economic Development Partnership has selected PAE ISR to participate in a one-year export acceleration program meant to help defense companies expand into the global marketplace.

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03.26.2018 - PAE ISR Selected to Take Part in Virginia Export Acceleration Program

The one-year export acceleration program is designed to assist well-established aerospace and defense companies based in Virginia to diversify their businesses by expanding into foreign markets. To participate, companies must meet both quantitative and qualitative selection criteria.

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03.12.2018 - Navy Vet Chris Corgnati Joins PAE ISR as COO

Chris Corgnati, a 25-year U.S. Navy veteran, has joined PAE ISR as chief operating officer. PAE ISR is a joint venture of PAE, Battlespace Flight Services and American Operations Corp. that delivers ISR platforms and services to U.S. agencies, NATO and other international institutions.

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12.19.2017 - Sagetech Transponder Enables PAE ISR Unmanned Aircraft Systems Operations in Civil Airspace

A PAE ISR Resolute Eagle UAS, equipped with a Sagetech XPC-TR-50 Mode C transponder, successfully completed a mission in civil airspace on November 8, 2017. The flight took place at the Pan-Pacific UAS Test Range located at Pendleton Airport in Oregon while operating under an FAA Certificate of Waiver or Authorization (COA).

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11.15.2017 - Resolute Eagle Completes First Commercial Airspace Flight

PAE ISR recently proved its ability to integrate unmanned aerial system (UAS) operations into commercial airspace. The successful commercial airspace flight of PAE ISR’s Resolute Eagle took place on Nov. 8 at the Pan-Pacific UAS Test Range located at Pendleton Airport in Oregon operating under a Federal Aviation Administration Certificate of Waiver or Authorization.

“This event signifies PAE ISR’s ability to successfully fulfill U.S. commercial and civilian requirements in addition to U.S. military missions,” said Chico Moline, President of PAE ISR. “We are excited by this achievement as it represents our ability to offer our dynamic platform to a broader customer set.”

The Resolute Eagle is a Group 3 fixed wing tactical UAS delivering advanced performance in payload capacity, available power, and a small logistical footprint to support a variety of mission profiles. It carries multiple intelligence payloads and offers long endurance capability at an affordable price.

PAE ISR LLC a joint venture of PAE, American Operations Corporation (AOC), and Battlespace Flight Services, LLC (BFS).