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Source: AeroVironment Inc.
  • Puma 3 AE unmanned aircraft system delivers immediate tactical reconnaissance, surveillance and target acquisition in day or night maritime and land-based operations 
  • AeroVironment’s small unmanned aircraft systems comprise the majority of all unmanned aircraft in the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) inventory; deployed by more than 50 allied governments

ARLINGTON, Va., June 14, 2022 – AeroVironment, Inc. (NASDAQ: AVAV), a global leader in intelligent, multi-domain robotic systems, today announced receipt of a $6,166,952 firm-fixed-price contract award for Puma™ 3 AE small unmanned aircraft systems (SUAS) and spares on May 3, 2022, for the U.S. Marine Corps. Delivery is anticipated to be completed in July 2022.

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Source: AeroVironment Inc. Drone Defence–AeroVironment’s Switchblade “kamikaze” drone has become a key part of military aid to Ukraine. AeroVironment CEO, Wahid Nawabi talks ethics and defending against aggression – all over the world. View More

Source: AeroVironment Inc.

Fox News’ Douglas Kennedy reports on the kamikaze switchblade drones used to aid Ukraine's fight against Russia.

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Source: AeroVironment Inc.

A one-time-use unmanned aerial vehicle, the Switchblade drone is a powerful weapon that can dive bomb its targets, such as tanks and artillery nests, at a range of up to 30 miles. So far, 700 Switchblades – large and small – have been supplied to Ukraine for use against Russian forces. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin talks with the CEO of Switchblade manufacturer Aerovironment, Wahid Nawabi, who as a child in Afghanistan saw the effects of an invading Russian army – and the power of innovative defense technology.

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Source: AeroVironment Inc.
  • Demonstrated multi-sensor data fusion and automatic target recognition (ATR) using AeroVironment’s Blue Hotel tactical grade computer vision and data analysis software package
  • AeroVironment’s battlefield proven DDL technology provided robust command, control and video datalink for U.S. and Royal Navy airborne assets in the challenging maritime environment

ARLINGTON, Va., April 26, 2022 – AeroVironment, Inc. (NASDAQ: AVAV), a global leader in intelligent, multi-domain robotic systems, today announced the successful maritime demonstration of Interoperability to Interchangeability (I2I) operations by the U.S. Navy and Royal Navy using AeroVironment’s Puma™ 3 AE small unmanned aircraft systems. The demonstration was part of a combined event – International Maritime Exercise 2022/Cutlass Express 2022 (IMX/CE 22) – that took place from Feb. 6-17, 2022.

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Charged with the challenge of tracking low-slung vessels over vast oceans, counter-trafficking forces often have to choose between stealth and search area.  Now thanks to Puma AE UAS, they are discovering they can have both.

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Source: AeroVironment Inc.
  • Donation is independent of other AeroVironment systems already being provided to Ukraine by the United States Government
  • Donated Quantix Recon unmanned aircraft systems will ship this week with more to follow
  • Operational training services for donated systems will also be provided at no cost

ARLINGTON, Va., April 19, 2022 – AeroVironment, Inc. (NASDAQ: AVAV), a global leader in intelligent, multi-domain robotic systems, today announced it will donate more than 100 Quantix™ Recon unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and operational training services to the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine and territorial forces amid the ongoing war against Russia. The donation was presented to the Ambassador and the Defence Attaché at the Embassy of Ukraine by AeroVironment chairman, president and chief executive officer Wahid Nawabi during a face-to-face meeting last week.

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Source: AeroVironment Inc.

Since the end of World War II, the United States has achieved force overmatch by deploying a range of very large, highly complex and extremely expensive assets that ranged from fighter jets and aircraft carriers to satellites and submarines.

And while this overmatch did not always translate into victory on the battlefield, it was undeniably effective in containing the Soviet threat and bringing the Cold War to an end.


Today, this overmatch is no longer absolute, thanks to the rise of peer and near-peer adversaries. If the United States is to continue to dominate the battle space, the military must think creatively about new ways of achieving overmatch, reducing its reliance on large, expensive and vulnerable military assets, and prioritizing resiliency, flexibility and interoperability.

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The Idea Room Banner - How All-Domain Interoperability will Influence the Future of Warfare

Wednesday, May 25, 2022

A one-hour industry panel event featuring four top U.S. defense experts presenting their unique perspectives and insider insights on this timely and consequential topic.

The panelists highlight the multiple, interdependent components of interoperability necessary to achieve tactical, operational and strategic military objectives in the battlespaces of today and tomorrow.
 
Event Panelists: General William S. Wallace (U.S. Army Retired), Jeremiah "J.J" Gertler, FRAes (Sr. Analyst, The Teal Group), Honorable James "Hondo" Geurts (Former Dept. of the U.S. Navy and Special Operations Command Acquisition Executive) and Roger Hill (Principal Deloitte)

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The future of multi-domain operation will, in part, be written by unmanned systems operating at the tactical edge, either individually or as part of a swarm, with interoperability for both manned-unmanned and unmanned-unmanned teaming operations. Because they’re concepts of operation and not programs, multi-domain operations and Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2) have been viewed as all things to all people and expected to solve all problems. Viewed that way, they’re more akin to the Collatz Conjecture — a

supposedly simple math problem that nobody can solve — than to a normal DoD procurement program.


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