AATI was proud to deploy two manned aircrafts after Hurricane Florence to support a critical infrastructure operator in the immediate aftermath of the storm to assess flood damage and road access to its facilities as well as to accelerate restoration of services. As we look to the future, the day is coming when these services … Continue reading AATI & Hurricane Florence
Leading the revolution in airborne intelligence and communications services, American Aerospace is capitalizing on the promise the technology holds to bring innovation and value to enterprise customers in 2018. So, let's gather ‘round the yule log to celebrate this past year and look forward to 2018. 2017 was an exciting year for the business with … Continue reading Year-End Greetings – American Aerospace Technologies Inc.
These are exciting times for American Aerospace Technologies and October has seen a rush of activities that demonstrates our leadership in the airborne enterprise systems space.
The 3rd Annual Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Conference demonstrates Cape May County’s continued commitment to the development drone technology. Starting Monday (10/16), the three-day conference at the Cape May Convention Hall in Cape May, N.J., will focus on drone technology and robotics’s varied uses in today's public safety, commercial and government environments. http://www.uascmc.com American Aerospace … Continue reading Cape May Conference The Right Place To Learn About Latest in Unmanned Aerial Systems
American Aerospace Makes Critical Airborne-Gathered Data Available to Key Agencies, Public “Data collected by airborne systems can rapidly provide critical information” User Webinar Tuesday (9/26) Will Offer Guide to Flyover’s Findings SUGARLOAF KEY, FL and CONSHOHOCKEN, PA, September 20, 2017 — Sophisticated aerial mapping uncovered property damage in the Florida Keys that may have been caused … Continue reading Possible Tornado Touchdown in Florida Keys Indicated By Data From High- Tech Flyover