Aerospace & Defense

aerospaceUmbra Applied Technologies (UAT) is developing and deploying superior, innovative aerospace-related technologies and solutions for its global civil, defense and intelligence community customers. Our core competencies are aligned with the current and future needs of our customers and address emerging global security challenges in key areas, such as unmanned systems, combat aircraft, and intelligence logistics that are critical to the defense of the nation and its allies. These competencies also address homeland security and large-scale civil information systems that enhance city, county and state government services.UAT is quickly becoming a leader in aerospace, possessing one of the industry’s most innovative and dynamic group of professionals in such mission areas as:

  •  Global Security
  •  Command and control systems
  • Large-scale intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance information systems
  • Civil government and public safety information systems
  • System sustainment, logistics support and training
  • High-energy laser systems
  • Unmanned aerial vehicles
  • Secure communications
  • Weather, climate and environmental monitoring;
  • Aerospace situational awareness and Force enhancement

UAT delivers advanced military air capabilities through a range of aircraft programs such as developed through our LTAC program, which will revolutionize existing UAV and combat aircraft programs. We are proving capabilities in prime contracting, systems integration, rapid engineering, manufacturing, maintenance, repair and upgrade, and military training.

As a driving force of innovation, we are defining future systems and their underlying technologies. We are developing the next generation of unmanned aerial systems, and long-range combat aircraft. UAT has the committed leadership, expertise, and technologies to deliver mission success. We invite you to take a deeper look at UAT – a leading provider of aerospace solutions.

Directed Energy Weapon (Sceptor)

hero_01UAT is looking to expand its capabilities and opportunities in the non–kinetic effects markets. UAT’s research in directed energy and pulsed power focuses on compact pulsed power systems and high efficiency magnetron technology, which will enable increased integration of directed energy weapons on our existing combat platforms.

Through continued research UAT will lead in the development of linear accelerator technology for government and commercial applications. The company will develop high power microwave, compact pulsed power system design, and RF and particle code simulation capabilities, as well as extensive capabilities in explosive pulsed power, diagnostics and effects testing.

UAT is a technology and innovation leader specializing in defense, homeland security and other government markets throughout the world. With a history of innovation, UAT can provide state–of–the–art electronics, mission systems integration and other capabilities in the areas of sensing; effects; and command, control, biotech, communications and intelligence systems, as well as a broad range of mission support services.

HH-X (Hand Held-X/LTAC-Falcon Class)

hero_05Under the Pegasus Hybrid Project; Lighter Than Air Craft (LTAC) for military applications.

The Pegasus HH–X Falcon™ design specifications are as follows: Fuel advantage and Low fuel cost, Quiet turbine operation, unmatched extended loitering capabilities, Vertical take–off (VTOL), Solar paneled and HAVOC™ exoskeleton.

The Falcon™ is an unmanned air vehicle (UAV) capable of remote controlled or autonomous flight operations, developed by UAT’s Advanced Technologies Development Division ATDD for use by United States Special Operations Forces and Intelligence Services (IS). The Falcon is a Remotely Piloted Vehicle/Aircraft (RPV/RPA) that is the first of its kind designed for unmatched long–endurance, high–altitude, intelligence, surveillance, and target identification.

LTAC (Lighter Than Air Craft - Eagle Class)

hero_02The Pegasus Hybrid Project; Lighter Than Air Craft (LTAC) for military applications.

The Pegasus design specifications are as follows: Fuel advantage and Low fuel cost, Quiet turbine operation, unmatched extended loitering capabilities, Vertical take–off (VTOL), Skid type cargo system, Solar paneled and HAVOC™ exoskeleton.

The UAT LTAC is an unmanned combat air vehicle (UCAV) capable of remote controlled or autonomous flight operations, developed by UAT’s Advanced Technologies Development Division ATDD for use by the United States Air Force, the United States Navy, the CIA, and the NSA. The UAT fleet of Remotely Piloted Vehicles/Aircraft (RPV/RPA) are the first of their kind with hunter–killer UCAV capabilities designed for long–endurance, emergency warfighter exfiltration/infiltration, supply replenishment, high–altitude, surveillance, and target acquisition/prosecution.

NDWP-C/P (Non-Detectable Weapons Platform-Compact/Precision)

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Small, lightweight and highly precise weapons platform utilizing unconventional munitions and firing systems.
This product is authorized and distributed for governmental agencies only.