Camber Corporation has played a key role in Unmanned Systems engineering, acquisition, operations, maintenance, and training since the FAA first authorized the use of unmanned aircraft in the National Airspace System in 1990.
Camber has over 25 years of experience in developing unmanned systems capabilities aerial and submersible vehicles.
- Small and Medium Altitude UAS Launch and Recovery Operations across a myriad of missions:
- 962 Total Range Operations Hours
- 882 Total Flights/Missions
- 221 Flight Hours
- 432 GCS Hours
- UAS Mission Control Center design and operation
- UAS Safety Management Systems development and implementation
- NASA UTM SW development and execution support
- UAS Test Plan development and execution
- UAS Test Site safety and operational policy development and implementation
- National UASD Credentialing Program (NUASCP) design and implementation
- UAS Pilot and Visual Observer operations
- UAS Pilot and Visual Observer Training development and delivery
- UAS Test Site systems engineering
- UAS Test Site Mission Planning for Industrial Inspection, Agriculture, Mapping and GIS and Search and Rescue
- UAS Test Site PMO Operations (Plans, Programmatic, Policy, Business Operations and Scheduling)
- UAS Test-Range Infrastructure planning-design and operations
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United States Army — Camber has worked directly with PEO Aviation Shadow and Gray Eagle Product offices to develop concepts for the effective employment of unmanned systems. These solutions are being applied to support ground forces operations and to develop training programs for operations, maintenance, and logistics support to include individual, crew, and collective training as well as in combat operations.
United States Navy — Camber supports the SPAWAR Systems Center San Diego through our Unmanned Systems Support IDIQ where we provide full spectrum unmanned systems support to various programs including the MK18 unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV).
Federal Aviation Administration — In partnership with Texas A&M University — Corpus Christi, Camber Corporation operates the Lone Star Unmanned Aircraft Systems Center (LSUASC), one of six UAS Research and Test Sites (R&TS) across the United States designated by the FAA to support its mission of safely integrating UAS into the national airspace.