Sensintel Buys BAE’s Unmanned Aircraft Program Unit; Matthew Pobloske Comments

SilverfoxStartup aerospace firm Sensintel Inc. has purchased the unmanned aircraft programs business of BAE Systems for an undisclosed amount, sUAS News reported Saturday.

The publication reports Sensintel develops unmanned aerial systems and provides training, modification and engineering services.

“The decision to acquire this business and form Sensintel was an easy one, given my passion for aviation and my belief in the unmanned industry, ” said founder Matthew Pobloske.

Pobloske added the company aims to grow its portfolio of remote sensing technologies.

Sensintel has 30 employees and will work on BAE’s fleet of Silver Fox, Manta and Coyote aircraft, according to the report.

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