Event 38 Unmanned Systems completes delivery of E400 to Air National Guard – sUAS News

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RICHFIELD, OH—January 2021 – Event 38 Unmanned Systems recently completed delivery of the E400 to the Air National Guard (ANG). The aircraft was customized for the ANG, adding VTOL as well as a live-streaming thermal and RGB video payload. Additionally, Event 38 designed a custom all-in-one handheld ground control station controller. The aircraft is intended for use by emergency response personnel.

Event 38 provided in-person training, documentation, and the user manual. Four operators were trained to proficiency in 1.5 days of class time and practice flights.

The smaller team allowed Event 38 to provide a more hands-on approach to training, giving each member the opportunity to disassemble and reassemble the aircraft and act as pilot in command.

The operators found the training to be beneficial and efficient. This group had limited experience with UAS, but found it was easy to set up and control.

Event 38 is currently working with select customers to begin production manufacturing and development of the E400. A commercial variant with surveying/mapping payloads will be available in Q2 of 2021.

ABOUT EVENT 38

Founded in 2011 and headquartered in Richfield, Ohio, Event 38 Unmanned Systems designs and manufactures unmanned aircraft to meet the needs of commercial and government users. With custom solutions for aircraft from 5 to 70 pounds, production aircraft deployed to over 500 users worldwide, and a full composite design and fabrication shop, Event 38 has the experience necessary to meet the most challenging unmanned aircraft requirements.

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https://www.suasnews.com/2021/01/event-38-unmanned-systems-completes-delivery-of-e400-to-air-national-guard/Gary Mortimer

Founder and Editor of sUAS News | Gary Mortimer has been a commercial balloon pilot for 25 years and also flies full-size helicopters. Prior to that, he made tea and coffee in air traffic control towers across the UK as a member of the Royal Air Force.



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