With an expert team comprising skilled military personnel, British company Inzpire (Stand UM-60) offers unmanned aerial system (UAS) training to international civilian and military clients, ranging from the basic to the design of end-to-end unmanned vehicle employment strategy.
According to the company, its UAS experts have accumulated more than 25,000 flying hours on UAS operations, with many more on manned aircraft. They cover disciplines from sensor operation and mission payload command, to imagery analysis and intelligence.
Aiming to fulfil existing and future requirements, the company makes use of training from desktop through software delivery, courseware and final operating support.
Its GECO family of mission systems for airborne and land applications is intuitive and easy to use. Designed by warfighters for warfighters, its basic configuration provides integrated GPS, digital moving map and satellite imagery on a touchscreen system.
GECO significantly improves the effectiveness and speed of mission planning, rehearsal and execution, as well as debriefing for air and ground operations. Additional capabilities, or ‘apps’, can be incorporated.
Inzpire’s managed services group covers niche aviation requirements, including technical support and increasing pilot throughput with human factors and safety training.
Team members pride themselves on instinctively understanding their clients’ needs – empathy arising from real-life experience.