AATI & Hurricane Florence

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

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Aviation, Telecommunications History Made In U.S. Mock Disaster Exercise

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4D4ZwheoFro An unmanned aircraft equipped with a first-of-its-kind “flying cell site” provided wireless service to emergency first responders in a “communications-denied” environment At this time of year, tropical storms with wind speeds of up to 100 mph or more can strike the Eastern seaboard of the United States with destructive force. Tasked with dealing with … Continue reading Aviation, Telecommunications History Made In U.S. Mock Disaster Exercise

Aviation History Is Being Made In Cape May County 

Next Step in Emergency Preparedness, Response During June 20 Exercise By David Yoel Founder & CEO, American Aerospace At the southern tip of New Jersey - where hurricanes can strike with destructive force— emergency management officials are looking at new ways of communicating and providing community support in the aftermath of a disaster. The biggest … Continue reading Aviation History Is Being Made In Cape May County 

Verizon conducts new drone test to deliver 4G LTE service from the air

On April 5, Verizon conducted the latest engineering flight tests to determine how large an area of wireless coverage can be created aerially using a “flying cell site” aboard a long endurance drone piloted by American Aerospace Technologies, Inc. (AATI). This latest technical test of Airborne LTE took place at Woodbine Municipal Airport in Woodbine, … Continue reading Verizon conducts new drone test to deliver 4G LTE service from the air

Cape May County Announces New Drone Flight Exercise

For immediate release April 5, 2017   Technology will assist First Responders in post-disaster communications CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, NJ – As hurricane season approaches, the Cape May County Office of Emergency Management (OEM) announced today emergency preparedness exercises to aid First Responders in the aftermath of a major storm or other disaster where communications … Continue reading Cape May County Announces New Drone Flight Exercise

800 square miles around Cape May Airport certified for drone operations

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Cape May County has obtained a Certification of Authorization (COA) to operate drones, or unmanned aviation systems (UAS), in an 800 square mile airspace around the Cape May Airport, officials announced last week. County Director of Economic Development Carole Mattessich introduced David Yoel from American Aerospace Technologies, Inc. (AATI), who … Continue reading 800 square miles around Cape May Airport certified for drone operations

American Aerospace and 5G Wireless Networks

From Bloomberg Business Week, Feb. 16, 2017:  The fast-growing drone industry is eagerly awaiting the advent of 5G. Most unmanned craft store video-and-mapping data from their flights onboard, then download it after landing. With 5G, drones will be able to beam high-definition video while in flight. That would allow fire departments, for instance, to dispatch … Continue reading American Aerospace and 5G Wireless Networks