Washington, D.C., July 12, 2021– Periscope Aviation, a provider of high-performance unmanned aircraft vehicles and systems optimized for specific mission requirements, recently announced its participation in the 2021 U.S. Navy Trident Spectre event conducted at Base Little Creek-Fort Story, Virginia.
During its April 26 through May 7 participation, Periscope demonstrated it's Vertical Height Antenna (VHA)/comms relay and heavy lift tethered capabilities.
“Periscope's goal is to design purpose-built solutions for specific mission requirements and keep more members of our armed forces out of harm's way. There's no better place to demonstrate our platforms and get feedback from the warfighters that will be using them in the field than Trident Spectre.” Nick McCarter, Chief Executive Officer at Chartis Federal.
Trident Spectre is an annual exercise focused on the integration of operations, intelligence, and technology hosted by Naval Special Warfare Group TEN in coordination with Interagency partners in the Department of Defense, Special Operations Forces, and Intelligence Community. The event tests technologies to be used by special operations in tactically-oriented scenarios, providing a forum for feedback on effectiveness and applicability.
Periscope Aviation delivers high-performance unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and vehicles (UAV) that are optimized for specific mission requirements including tactical resupply, remote communications, and C5ISR. Our multi-rotor platforms are more reliable and safer than hobby-grade drones and more affordable than high-altitude, custom fixed-wing aircraft. We offer performance efficiencies in flight time, endurance, and payload capacity. All Periscope solutions are built in America with components that can be purchased by U.S. federal agencies.
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