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ATE-AeroSurveillance Introduces the ARDENT System for Next-Generation Intelligent Aerial Surveillance Solutions

Dépèche transmise le 14 juin 2011 par Business Wire

ATE-AeroSurveillance Introduces the ARDENT System for Next-Generation Intelligent Aerial Surveillance Solutions

ATE-AeroSurveillance Introduces the ARDENT System for Next-Generation Intelligent Aerial Surveillance Solutions

NORTH ANDOVER, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ATE-AeroSurveillance Inc., a subsidiary of the ATE-Group, announced the introduction of its fully autonomous Airborne Real-time Detection and NoTification (ARDENT™) system. ARDENT includes a high-precision, gyro-stabilized gimbal equipped with a choice of two HD cameras and infrared sensors, a high-performance onboard computer, and a powerful broadband satellite communications system.

“Leveraging the ATE Group’s 20-plus years of experience in aircraft integration, mission sensors, and sophisticated image processing, the ARDENT system allows manned and unmanned aircraft to be rapidly upgraded to the next-generation aerial surveillance systems at a very affordable cost”

The ARDENT unique software suite allows real-time object detection, registration, tracking, and information dissemination to surveillance operations management. The system is very compact, low weight, and designed for power-sensitive airborne environments; as such, it is specifically suited for oil and gas pipeline surveillance, maritime surveillance, homeland security, and other critical infrastructure applications.

This highly autonomous system substantially improves quality of detection and time to information, reducing risk potential and operational costs.

The ARDENT system is based on proven sensor, computer, and communications technologies and strictly adheres to Open Architecture standards. Such a portable, open architecture allows the ARDENT system to be installed in a broad variety of manned and unmanned aircraft platforms in a matter of weeks.

“Leveraging the ATE Group’s 20-plus years of experience in aircraft integration, mission sensors, and sophisticated image processing, the ARDENT system allows manned and unmanned aircraft to be rapidly upgraded to the next-generation aerial surveillance systems at a very affordable cost,” said Philippe M. Roy, Vice President of Business and Operations for ATE-AeroSurveillance.

ATE-AeroSurveillance, through its engineering group, offers complete aircraft integration services and can provide a fully integrated aircraft with all appropriate FAA authorizations, documentation, and pilot training in a matter of weeks.

For more information, visit our website at www.ate-aerosurveillance.com, or see us at the 49th International Paris Air Show June 20-26 in Paris-Le Bourget, France, in Hall 4, D78 & D94 and the Static Display area.

About ATE-AeroSurveillance

ATE-AeroSurveillance is focused on the integration of state-of-the-art airborne surveillance solutions and services for a range of government and commercial applications. As a subsidiary of the ATE Group, ATE-AeroSurveillance leverages ATE’s extensive experience in UAV manned and unmanned platform and advanced mission sensor technologies to deliver open, modular architectures that can be quickly adapted to specific countries and application requirements.

ARDENT is a trademark of ATE-AeroSurveillance Inc. Other products mentioned may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.

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