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Atmospheric Sensing and Prediction System Recognized as Intuitive and Pilot Friendly

As the leading provider of Environmental Intelligence solutions for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance operations, PEMDAS’ Atmospheric Sensing and Prediction System (ASAPS) system has been integrated onto the next generation of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) platforms such as the Griffon Aerospace SeaHunter and Aerovel Flexrotor. As noted in the 18 December issue of AUVSI’s Unmanned Systems Magazine; “While very few UAS

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Supporting Soar to the Stars: A Girls STEM Experience and Teacher STEM Experience

Please join PEMDAS Technologies in supporting the 2018 “Solar to the Stars” gala, an annual benefit for the Petit Family Foundation, which is an organization near and dear to our hearts. PEMDAS Technologies President and CEO Mary Lockhart will be speaking on the Women in Science Panel at 8:10 AM while PEMDAS Technologies Director of Engineering, Paul Lockhart will be

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PEMDAS Technologies: Commemorating a Decade of Transformative Innovation

Ten years ago, PEMDAS Technologies and Innovations began a journey to enhance our nation’s warfighters to more effectively employ America’s growing number of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UASs), also known as Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA). Leveraging our expertise in Environmental Intelligence (EI), PEMDAS sought to develop new integrable atmospheric sensors, innovative, real-time data fusion algorithms and user intuitive displays to provide

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PEMDAS Recognized as a Top 25 Drone Technology Solution Providers 2017 by CIO Applications

PEMDAS Technologies & Innovations was recently recognized by CIOApplications as a TOP 25 Drone Technology Solution Provider (2017). Flying an aircraft while executing a mission is intense. The pilot must fly their aircraft, navigate their route and monitor the position and status of aircraft around them, all while avoiding threatening adverse weather. This requires heightened situational awareness (SA) along with the

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Dr. Mike Gauthier to Speak at the 2018 National Fire Control Symposium: ASAPS Sensor Integration for MQ-9 Reaper

PEMDAS Technologies and Innovations is proud to announce that Dr. Mike Gauthier, our Chief Scientist will be presenting his findings on the emergence of disruptive Environmental Intelligence (EI) technologies and the pathways towards full operational adoption for the U.S military’s Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) at the 2018 National Fire Control Symposium. Taking place February 5-9 at Ft. Shafter, Honolulu, Oahu,

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Supporting the 2017 Military Bowl

PEMDAS is again a proud supporter of the Military Bowl for 2017. A post-season college football classic, the Military Bowl is a non-profit event that raises funding for the USO and Patriot Point, two long-standing and reputable organizations that work to better the lives of our wounded veterans. PEMDAS believes in supporting those that sacrificed so much. http://militarybowl.org


PEMDAS Participates in SOFWERX’s Thunderdrone Tech Expo

PEMDAS was recently invited to participate in the ThunderDrone Tech Expo hosted by SOFWERX, a partnership between the Doolittle Institute and United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), from 5 to 7 September 2017 in Tampa, Florida. As one of only 103 companies involved, PEMDAS live demonstrated its unique Environmental Intelligence capability to Special Operations Forces warfighters and Defense industry leadership, highlighting

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PEMDAS Technologies Awarded $49M Environmental Intelligence Contract

Blue Storm Associates Inc., doing business as PEMDAS Technologies & Innovations, Alexandria, Virginia, was awarded a $49,500,000 indefinite quantity contract to facilitate the development and delivery of technologies that enhance environmental intelligence, particularly in data sparse regions of the globe. This contract vehicle enables direct award of future Task Orders, by the government, for amounts not to exceed the $49,500,000

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American Meteorological Society Symposium for UAVs

PEMDAS Senior Research Scientist and expert on Remote Sensing technologies, Dr. Brian Griffith presented the results of our ASAPS (Atmospheric Sensing and Prediction System) technology obtained during a joint PEMDAS and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) field test conducted from Barrow, Alaska. Operating a ScanEagle drone, United States Navy pilots successfully utilized PEMDAS’ ASAPS sensor to collect meteorological data

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