ABSI Defense Challenges Long-Held Beliefs about Defense Contracting

Disrupting the Way the Military Procures UAS Systems, Training and Services… ABSI Defense is a local company working in the unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) space, helping customers get systems and services on contract quickly. In a marketplace where it can often take 12 – 18 months to get a contract awarded, the idea of rapid procurement is practically a unicorn—rare and magical. But it can happen, and ABSI Defense is working to make it happen for their customers. “Small UAS technology advances rapidly,” said Chris Sacco, CEO of ABSI Defense. “With short technology…

ABSI Defense Selected for Maryland Delegation to Africa Aerospace & Defence by Department of Commerce

Company Chosen among Seven to Expand Global Commerce for State of Maryland ABSI Defense was one of seven companies chosen by the Maryland Department of Commerce to represent the state at the Africa Aerospace & Defence 2018 exhibition in Gauteng, South Africa in September. “We are honored to be included in this year’s delegation and look forward to showing how ABSI’s unique products and services fit into the global economy. This is truly an incredible opportunity to interface with decision makers from other aerospace and defense companies while bringing attention to some of…

ABSI Joint Venture redUAS to Develop Counter Unmanned Aircraft Systems (C-UAS) Course for First Responders

ABSI Instructors to Develop and Deliver C-UAS First Responder Training with New Mexico Tech ABSI Defense is being tapped to offer nationwide counter-UAS training for first responders through its joint venture, redUAS. The joint venture was awarded a contract through New Mexico Tech to develop and deliver C-UAS training specifically for first responders, security and emergency management personnel worldwide. New Mexico Tech offers high-quality training to emergency responders around the globe geared toward preparing emergency first responders to better prevent and respond to terrorist incidents. In an environment where drones are proliferating, and…