• SelectTech Recognized With 2017 TechConnect Defense Innovation Award

    During this year's Defense Innovation Summit (DITAC), held 3-5 October in Tampa, FLorida, SelectTech and partners Universal Technology Corporation (UTC) were recognized with a 2017 TechConnect Defense Innovation Award for our Sentry Eagle project and EH-4/HL system exhibit and presentation.  The award was presented to companies that placed in the top 15% of all submitted technologies, as ranked by the DITAC Program Committee.  See us listed on the 2017 Defense Innovations Awards Page.

    Sentry Eagle is an ongoing collaboration among SelectTech, UTC, and the University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI).  A first phase demonstration was recently completed … more

  • Kuwait SLIPs Delivered

    SelectTech successfully delivered the last two of nine Kuwait Air Force Senior Leader In-Transit Pallets (SLIP) to Kuwait’s freight forwarder in Dover, Delaware on Thursday March 16th. These were the first SLIP’s ordered and delivered to a Foreign Military Sales customer using S&K Aerospace’s Parts and Repair Ordering System (PROS) IV contract vehicle. The Kuwait SLIPs are now operational as VIP travel suites transported on Kuwait AF C-17 aircraft. For more information on SelectTech SLIPs, go to our “Solutions” page and click on the link for Airborne VIP Suites.


  • SelectTech Introduces LA-3000 Launcher

    SelectTech GeoSpatial introduced the LA-3000 sUAS portable launcher at the 2017 AUVSI Exposition. The LA-3000 launcher was designed to launch the SelectTech EP-3000 sUAS fixed wing aircraft (12 pounds with full payload and batteries). The LA-3000 can be modified to fit several small (10 – 25 pound) fixed wing aircraft models. The launcher is retracted via an electric winch and triggered by a battery powered remote control. The control can also be modified to be launched by a ground control station (GCS). Cycle time (launch to launch) is 45 seconds.


  • SelectTech, UDRI, UTC Successfully Test Sentry Eagle

    Working with the University of Dayton Research Institute and Universal Technologies Corp., a SelectTech team recently achieved the first successful flights of the Sentry Eagle security surveillance system. Sentry Eagle combines geospatial information from the Footprint® ground based surveillance system to automatically launch and guide a sUAS to a point of interest. If a threat is observed, the system follows the threat in real time and streams live video of the situation. Tests were performed at Springfield Beckley airport, home of SelectTech’s Advanced Manufacturing Facility.


  • Geospatial Receives Order to Modify the AFRL PEDRO Shelter

    Leidos, Inc. awarded a second Sensors Analysis, Integration, and Test (SAIT) program task to SelectTech Geospatial LLC. The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) has an S-280 Shelter, intended as a 4-person data processing center, configured with racks, mounting locations for monitors, and seating. Leidos tasked SelectTech personnel to add electrical switches, receptacles, wiring for power and signals, lighting, and a heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) system to the current shelter configuration. This shelter (nicknamed “PEDRO”) will support operationally relevant AF Research Lab (AFRL) studies, experiments, and demonstrations related to sensors, space applications, multi- … more

  • SAMS ESA Lite II Installation Completed

    In partnership with the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center's Rapid Development Integration Facility (RDIF) and CNI Aviation, LLC, a SelectTech Geospatial team successfully designed, built, installed and completed testing of three SAMS ESA Lite II Group A kits at Cannon AFB, New Mexico. SAMS-ESA Lite II provides operators with the ability to send and receive C2 data beyond line-of-site (BLOS) via email using tactical radios.