GENERAL ATOMICS in Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

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General Atomics’ Predator and Sky Guardian drones are the company’s prime revenue pockets. It also integrates other sensors and communication equipment for manned Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) aircraft. The company has been working on developing various advanced technologies for solid-state lasers, electro-optical sensors, and ultra-wideband data links for government applications. General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) is an affiliate of General Atomics and is a leading manufacturer of Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) systems, radars, and electro-optic and related mission systems solutions.

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General Atomics is a General Dynamics company that produces a wide range of products, including Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) platforms, sensor systems, and ground control stations. It is a market leader in tactical and strategic unmanned aerial vehicles. General Atomics offers Unmanned Aerial products through six categories, namely:

Aircraft Platforms, which includes items such as the MQ-9b, Predator B, and Gray Eagle, among others;
  • The Sensor System comprises items such as the Lynx Multi-mode Radar, Highlighter Gen 1, Electronic Sensing and Effects, and so on.
  • Claw Mission Management Software - Aids crews in performing end-to-end multi-sensor Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) missions.
  • Ground Control Stations
  • Communications
  • Training and Support Services


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General Atomics RQ-1/MQ-1 Predator is priced at $40 million


The MQ-9 Reaper (Predator B UAV) from General Atomics is capable of remotely controlled or autonomous flying missions. The MQ-9 is the world's first hunter-killer unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) built for long-range, high-altitude surveillance.

The General Atomics MQ-9B SkyGuardian / SeaGuardian has both hardware and software modifications, including greater structural wear and damage tolerance, more robust flight control software, and changes that enable operations in poor weather, including icing. The aircraft will also be built to withstand bird and lightning attacks.

The MQ-9A Reaper is a highly sophisticated development that builds on the company's battle-proven Predator RPA. MQ-9A has unrivaled operational flexibility, with a flight time of over 27 hours, speeds of 240 KTAS, a range of 50,000 feet, and a payload capacity of 1746 kilograms. The airplane has nine times the horsepower and can carry 500 percent more cargo. It gives the warfighter a long-range, continuous surveillance/strike capability.

Avenger is a next-generation RPA with exceptional capabilities. The engine is built to be more fuel-efficient, with class-leading fuel consumption components. Avenger is capable of speeds of up to 400 KTAS, altitudes of exceeding 50,000 feet, and endurance of 20+ hours.

The Predator C Avenger's distinctive design and speed boost its survivability in higher-threat scenarios while also providing clients with more comprehensive armed reconnaissance capabilities.

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    Aerial Surveillance
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    Site Visualization
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    Aerial Imagery
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    Combat Operations
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    Remote Sensing
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    ESC (electronic speed controller)
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    Flight Controller
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    FPV Camera
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    Automatic Takeoff and Landing
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    High Definition Camera
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    Intelligent Flight Modes
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    Multi Sensor Capability
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    Battle Damage Management
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    Beyond Visual Line Of Sight
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    Border Management
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