Wolfgang Grumeth, CEO Airborne Technologies has ambitious plans for 2012. The public reveal of the INDRA developed Tecnam MRI (Multisensor Reconnaissance and Identification) aircraft due at AeroExpo Marrakech on the 4th of April will afford significant opportunities for clients seeking more efficient and effective maritime security and costal patrol missions.
The new faclity has scope to enable Airborne Technologies to manage the extensive backlog of system intergration work already commisioned by customers from around the world onto a range of aircraft including the Tecnam MMA, the VulcaAir P68 and the Pilatus PC6.
This month also sees an inlux of additional talent to the Airborne Technologies team to meet the growing demand in two of its key business sements; turnkey solutions for surveillance aircraft / sensor packages as well as geo data capturing and data processing services are experiencing a growing demand from the market.
The new team members are:
The Airborne Technologies team will be exhibiting at all the key industry events in 2012, starting with Singapore this month, through FIDAE in Chile, Farnborough, ILA Berlin, and Africa Aeropace later in the year.
For further information please contact:
Marcus Gurtner, Chief Sales Officer
Phone +43 664 8845 3022
About Airborne Technologies (Design Organisation EASA AP320):
Airborne Technologies combines and optimizes aviation, data acquisition and processing know-how. They own and operate a fleet of multi-mission aircraft / data processing systems for remote sensing applications. The experience gained from these missions provides them with the knowledge for consultancy and the delivery of comprehensive aircraft and sensor solutions. Airborne Technologies works manufacturer independent but has preferred aircraft and sensor manufacturers for their application driven and tailor made products and turnkey-solutions.