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Airborne Wireless Network teams with GE Aviation to drive hybrid radio and free optics comms

Airborne Wireless Network teams with GE Aviation to drive hybrid radio and free optics comms

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By Wisse Hettinga



Michael Warren, CEO of ABWN said, “Our collaboration with GE Aviation should provide the highest quality of engineering support in our upcoming hybrid radio and free-optics communications system test. The expertise provided by GE Aviation, which will arrange for tactical-grade inertial reference units (IRU) with embedded GPS that can be utilized for heading, pointing, attitude, and stabilization for the system, should help ensure a successful result.”

“GE has provided inertial reference systems to our customers for more than half a century,” said George Kiefer, GE Aviation Product Management Executive. “Tactical inertial navigation and the support of satellite communications solutions are areas of expertise. This is a rapidly evolving market, requiring innovative technologies to enable the future.”

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