Troll Systems Hires New Director of UAS Business Development
Brad has spent more than twenty-five years in positions related to wireless and optical communications, radar, and ISR subsystems for commercial, security, and defense applications. Over the past decade, he has worked on a number of advanced sensor systems, radio, and data link technologies for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), and participated in the development of the industry standards for commercial UAS command and control (C2) links. Brad brings a broad range of experience to his role in business development from his work bridging the technical, regulatory, and commercial aspects of the market. His core competencies include: airborne microwave data links, antennas and sub-systems, integrated microwave assemblies, as well as LTE/4G, 3G, CDMA, TDMA and GSM wireless infrastructure products.
Most recently Brad was Director of Business Development for Broadcast Microwave Services (BMS) with focus on llong-rangeterrestrial data systems and products for manned and unmanned platforms serving ISR, law enforcement, and military customers.
Speaking to Bill Sweeney, Troll’s Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing, “Brad’s diverse experience will enable us to rapidly scale to meet the needs of our C4ISR military and unmanned airframe manufacturers”.
About Troll Systems:
Troll Systems designs and manufactures auto-tracking, air-to-ground data links, digital transmission systems, diversity receivers, controllers and packet diversity systems that are designed to deliver high-bit-rate, HD video and data over wireless microwave links and secure local and cloud-based networks.
Troll’s azimuth and elevation steered airborne and ground antennas are ideal for manned and unmanned, fixed and rotor-wing aircraft, terrestrial and marine vehicles, and ensures long-range wireless communications in multiple frequency bands, simultaneously. Troll’s auto-tracking, Ethernet data links provide increased range, seamless IP integration with existing networks and resistance to jamming and interference, even in saturated radio frequency environments.
Source: Troll Systems