Senator Bennet received a firsthand look at Liteye Systems’ multi-mission, multi-domain Counter-UAS defense solutions. He visited on February 24th to learn more about the company’s defense technologies and discuss the importance of the Defense Industrial Base and its role in advancing U.S. national security. The discussions were focused on Liteye’s role in numerous DoD initiatives around Counter Uncrewed Aircraft Systems (C-UAS), space launch protection, and other critical infrastructure protection missions.
During the visit, Senator Bennet met with Liteye’s executive team, toured the facilities, and learned about innovative products in development at the company. He met with production team members at the 55,000 sq. ft manufacturing facility and saw how numerous other Colorado-made technology components are integrated into Liteye products. He was briefed on the new C-UAS SHIELD System, the Trailerized Anti-UAS Defense Systems (T-AUDS), a Multi-Mode Thermal Imaging (MMTI) camera, and the legacy Containerized Anti-UAS Defense System (C–AUDS).
“I was grateful to visit Liteye Systems and learn about the important work they are doing in Colorado to support our national security,” says Senator Bennet. “It is critical that we invest in advanced defense technologies like those being developed by Liteye to stay ahead of emerging threats.”
“We were pleased to host Senator Bennett at our headquarters and demonstrate the innovative technology that we are developing,” says Kenneth Geyer, CEO of Liteye Systems. “We appreciate his support for the U.S defense industry and look forward to continuing to work with him to advance our nation’s security mission sets within the Department of Defense, to include space launch protection and air/seaport security.”
Senator Bennet strongly advocates supporting the U.S. defense industry and ensuring the military has access to the latest technology and equipment. He supports legislation to boost defense research and development and measures to promote the growth of small and medium-sized defense companies.
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