General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. (GA-ASI) discovered a new office in Canada as it prepares to respond to the country’s Remote Controlled Aircraft System (RPAS) project.

The new office is located near the Confederation Park in Ottawa, Ontario.

The company has also appointed Michel Lalumier as Canada’s Director of International Strategic Development.

Earlier this year, the Canadian government invited RFP for the RPAS project.

With the opening of the new office, GA-ASI and partners from the Canadian industry are now preparing to apply for a proposal (RFP) for the RPAS project.

The company launched Team SkyGuardian Canada, which includes Canadian subsidiaries of L3Harris Technologies – WESCAM, CAE and MDA in 2018.

GA-ASI President David Alexander said: “This is part of our long-term relationship with Canada.

“We will rely on the knowledge and experience that Michelle has gained over the years with the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) for the many projects we currently have in Canada with the Government of Canada, the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) and other departments, including our hope that our proposal from the SkyGuardian Canada team will play a central role in the Canadian government’s RPAS plan. “

The RPAS project involves the purchase of a medium-altitude armed remote control (RPA) system for the RCAF.

In addition, the project includes the supply of related weapons, equipment, infrastructure and maintenance of the aircraft.

Next-generation multi-mission RPA, the GA-ASI MQ-9B SkyGuardian is highly modular and can be easily configured with a payload to meet mission requirements.

MQ-9B RPA can perform reconnaissance, reconnaissance and reconnaissance missions with high endurance and medium height.

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