By David Yoel, Founder & CEO, American Aerospace Technologies Inc. So far this year, there have been reports of nine major pipeline accidents affecting oil or gas providers in the U.S. Threats to pipeline infrastructure — the result of natural disasters or accidental infrastructure damage — continue. In past years, the loss of life and … Continue reading Near Real-time Remote Sensing in the Energy Sector
“We got to see how this stuff works in the real world.” By David Yoel, CEO & Founder American Aerospace Technologies Inc. It was a learning experience for all when American Aerospace took to the air again over Cape May, NJ. We were there in March primarily to further refine and develop flying cell site … Continue reading A Learning Experience for All
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
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
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