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Boeing Inks Unmanned Aircraft Teaming Agreement in UAE

By gguarino | February 19, 2013
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Boeing signed a teaming agreement Monday with Abu Dhabi Autonomous Systems Investments (ADASI) to support Boeing unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in the Middle East.

(Debbie Rub, vice president of Boeing’s military aircraft unit signs agreement with ADASI CEO Ali Al Yafei)

Under the agreement, ADASI is authorized to provide training and marketing services to support Boeing’s ScanEagle and Integrator UAS for customers in the Middle East and North Africa.

“We plan to continue investing and growing in the UAE and the broader Middle East region in order to support U.S. allies’ enduring need for affordable intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) solutions, such as ScanEagle and Integrator,” said Debbie Rub, vice president and general manager of Boeing’s military aircraft division.

ADASI previously signed an agreement with Boeing subsidiary Insitu in support of Insitu’s unmanned ISR products and services. Boeing said the new agreement will expand upon ADASI’s and Insitu’s previous agreement. More

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