Elizabeth City, NC, Oct. 28, 2014: If you look to the skies in Elizabeth City this weekend, you may see chocolate treats falling from the wild blue yonder. The First in Flight Festival returns on Saturday, Nov. 1, featuring vintage and modern aircraft displays, free airplane rides for kids and the famous candy drop—a re-enactment […]
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TCOM’s 17M aerostat system, equipped with a Wescam MX10 sensor, will demonstrate the capabilities of Tactical Class aerostats in the maritime domain. These portable, rapid-deploying systems provide comprehensive surveillance for naval vessels both afloat and ashore in a port environment. Columbia, Maryland – TCOM, L.P., the global leader in lighter-than-air (LTA) persistent surveillance solutions announced that […]
The tethered aerostats will sit at some 10,000ft. They can survey an area of some 340 miles (550km), so will be able to monitor the National Capital Region (NCR) – that includes Washington, DC – keeping watch for unmanned air vehicles, cruise missiles, ballistic missiles and rockets. Read Entire Article Here: US Army trains on […]
Since last November, the Border Patrol has stationed five surveillance sky cameras in the Rio Grande Valley area — one in Peñitas, two near Rio Grande City and two near Falfurrias, Border Patrol spokesman Joe Gutierrez Jr. said. Read Entire Article Here: Sky Patrol
TCOM’s Center Of Excellence Will Serve As A Sensor And Platform Integration And Evaluation Facility For Persistent Surveillance Systems Elizabeth City, NC – June 26, 2014 – TCOM, the global leader in Lighter-than-Air (LTA) technology is proud to announce the establishment of its Persistent Surveillance Solutions Center of Excellence (CoE) at the company’s Manufacturing and […]
“The Pentagon is planning to deliver an array of military systems to help Iraq protect itself from terrorists. The systems include everything from Humvees, to turboprop aircraft. And let us not forget the blimps on steroids.” Read more in Washington Business Journal.
…Standing in the shadow of its 100th 17-meter aerostat, Barlow applauded the employees inside the Weeksville hangar who made it possible.