FLYMOTION is proud to announce the sponsors of this year’s UTAC 2022. The premier unmanned systems, robotics, and technology training event of the year, UTAC brings together leading manufacturers and end-users to advance tactical applications of technology.
UTAC attracts technology-based companies of all shapes and sizes, from exciting new startups to well-established industry leaders. These companies represent every aspect of the industry, including unmanned aircraft, robotics, software, and communication systems. Their diversity of size, focus, and expertise creates an atmosphere of innovation and collaboration for unmanned systems operators and manufacturers alike.
Based out of New York City, Persistent Systems develops and manufactures a patented and secure Mobile Ad hoc Networking (MANET) system known as Wave Relay®. Utilized in military, government, and unmanned systems sectors, Wave Relay® transmits data, video, and voice for communications under critical conditions.
You can learn more about the applications of MANET at persistentsystems.com.
Founded by Silicon Valley entrepreneur Palmer Luckey, Anduril is revolutionizing the American defense industry, integrating sensors and command and control (C2) capabilities into their Lattice OS AI-powered, open operating system. Lattice OS powers an ecosystem of force protection systems, unmanned aircraft, and autonomous submersibles that detect and track threats for greater situational awareness.
To learn more about the power of Lattice OS, visit anduril.com.
Autel Robotics is a team of industry professionals with a genuine passion for technology and years of engineering experience. Since its founding in 2014, Autel has always been customer-oriented and focused on achieving excellence through endless innovation. Autel delivers ground-breaking solutions like the innovative EVO II Enterprise and Dragonfish series for use within public safety and government applications.
Learn more about their full range of products at autelrobotics.com.
Meet our sponsors below:
This Salt Lake City-based company has quickly become a leader in American-made drones for defense operators. Part of Red Cat Holdings, Teal designs and manufactures the Golden Eagle, an sUAS intended for rapid ISR. Additionally, Teal has integrated autonomous flight functions, known as “4 Ship”, which enable one pilot to control four aircraft simultaneously in several force protection patterns. Most recently, Teal’s Golden Eagle was added to the Blue UAS list, making it eligible for federal and military operations.
Learn more about the Golden Eagle at tealdrones.com.
Widely regarded as a drone industry leader, DJI has set the standard for consumer and enterprise aircraft. Their enterprise lineup, which includes the Mavic 3 Enterprise, the Matrice 30/30 T, and the Matrice 300 RTK, features best-in-class imaging, flight performance, transmission, and obstacle avoidance systems. As a result, these aircraft are the workhorses of the public safety sector, enabling their users to conduct operations with greater effectiveness.
You can learn more about DJI’s Enterprise lineup at dji.com.
Since its inception in 1992, Boston Dynamics has been at the forefront of intelligent robotic mobility. Driven by innovation in hardware and autonomy programs, the company has turned once-conceptual platforms into mature, industrial-grade products. Today, Boston Dynamics is known worldwide for advanced robots like Spot, Atlas, and Stretch, which enable greater efficiency and safety and serve the company’s mission to enrich the lives of people.
Learn more about the future of robotics at bostondynamics.com.
Exhibitors at UTAC 2022
In addition to the sponsors listed above, UTAC 2022 will host numerous exhibitors, including:
Blue Sky Mast, Silvus Technologies, FIRST, Agile Mesh, Panasonic, Parrot, FreeFly, Wingtra, MyDefence, Leica Geosystems, GPC Custom Cases, Paladin, Echodyne, PIX4D, Chasing Innovation, Restube, Squishy Robotics, FirstNet, REDARC, L3Harris, Motorola Solutions, and NIST.