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Camber Forms Subsidiary for Unmanned Systems Business; Phil Nolan Comments

Phil Nolan
Phil Nolan

Camber Corp. has formed a new subsidiary called Unmanned Systems Innovation to support its expansion into the unmanned systems market, alongside its mentorship program and partnerships with government agencies and academia in the field.

“It is our intent to be at the forefront of testing technologies and capabilities needed to fully integrate unmanned systems into manned and autonomous environments, ” Camber CEO Phil Nolan said Tuesday.

The company is currently working with Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi and Texas state agencies as lead integrator for one of the Federal Aviation Administration‘s six test sites for unmanned aircraft systems.

It is also mentoring Orca Maritime in using geographic information systems for underwater image and data collection.

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