On October 20th, 2014 NASA Armstrong received its very own PTERA baseline aircraft. With their baseline PTERA, NASA scientists will be able to perform a variety of experiments for various research topics.

NASA Armstrong receives it’s own PTERA

Area-I has been awarded a Phase I contract with NASA for our Multi-Agent Management System for Air-Launched, Unmanned Vehicles. The goal of the project is to design, implement, and demonstrate a guidance and mission planning toolbox for air-launched, unmanned systems with the paramount goal of enabling users to more effectively […]

Area I awarded Phase I NASA project

Area-I’s PTERA UAS finished it’s second round of flight testing at Heart of Georgia Regional Airport in Eastman, GA. The flight tests are sponsored by NASA and are aided by a strategic partnership with Middle Georgia State College and their aviation campus. PTERA flew its first series of flight tests […]

PTERA finishes second round of flight testing.