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AirCover Displays with Lockheed Martin Skunk Works®
AirCover Integrated Solutions displayed at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International show in Las Vegas, NV as part of Lockheed Martin's Advanced Development Programs (ADP), also known as Skunk Works. This is the international show for all unmanned systems.
AirCover was assessed to be a major leader in the unmanned systems space it supports, which is first responders to a crisis. AirCover's focus is public safety and now emerging commercial markets in agriculture, broadcasting and wildlife management.
A flight demonstration was done at the show of the AirCover® QR425s, the first QuadRotor VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) unmanned aerial vehicle to completely address the expressed need for lightweight, fully autonomous “first responder” functional platforms to instantly deploy and obtain real-time actionable assessment, information and reporting.
AirCover moved it's research and development facility to the Redding Airport in January 2012.
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Several area business and leadership people came to hear Rod Dinger, the Redding Municipal Airport manager, discuss where we are at in the drone test site selection and also getting more flights in and out of Redding.
These events are an opportunity for those involved with technology and start-up pursuits to get acquainted with each other.
The Northstate is more cost-effective and offers a more stable workforce for back-office high-tech companies looking for cost-saving alternatives.
The 100 manufacturers that make up the inaugural Nor-Cal 100 represent an amazing, in many cases unknown, group of business who are innovating throughout Northern California, selling products all over the world, and bringing dollars back home to the region.
Lots of businesses are thriving, including many that are run by and employ our neighbors. Fostering the entrepreneurial drive of those in our midst, the theory goes, will give us the best kind of home-grown job growth