We are living in strange times. We had become very used to being able to travel and to meet in person to discuss what is new in the business and what new projects we may be able to assist you with, and now this is suddenly not possible.
Still, we want to stay in touch, and if you now have the time to oversee your airborne surveillance needs, we will be here to support you.
If you need information or would like to discuss your requirements, please call or e-mail us and we will be happy to explore the possibility to meet virtually, and to make sure you can get the information you need. We invite you to take advantage of our more than 40 years of experience in this field!
Another opportunity to meet in cyberspace will be the Maritime Search and Rescue conference in Tallinn on 13-14th May which has now been converted to a virtual event. We still plan to be present (virtually), both to exhibit and to give a presentation. So please come and join us. You will find more information about the event here, and you can register here. Please also note that Coastguards, First Response, Ship Operators and Government Agencies can now register free of charge.
In the meantime, please rest assured we are continuing our work to improve our airborne maritime surveillance system, taking into account the viewpoints of our system operators all over the world, as well as incorporating the latest technology. Our MSS 7000 – Airborne ISR Multi-Mission Management System – we believe may be the most cost-effective solution in existence for meeting your specific surveillance needs. Please read more on our website and in our brochure and let us know if you need further information. As we said, we will be happy to set up a call or an online meeting at this time and hope we will be able to meet in person again before too long.
Until then, please take care and stay healthy!
from your ST Airborne Systems Team