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Parry Labs flies with Stratia software on Griffon Valiant UAS

HUNTSVILLE — Parry Labs has flown its Edge Compute Micro with Stratia software on the Griffon Aerospace Valiant platform, the company announced. The flight took place at a private airfield in Huntsville.

Parry Labs CEO John Parkes said his company is excited to partner with Griffon to provide a Modular Open System Architecture mission system.

“EC Micro and Stratia software allows platforms such as Valiant to enable the next generation of close air support, situational awareness, and fires, and provide seamless digital interoperability with other US Army Aviation assets,” he said.

Jordan French, Valiant program manager at Griffon Aerospace said it is what the Government has been asking for – UAS platforms that enable modular and interchangeable payloads with edge computing at little to no integration time or cost.

“Griffon’s platforms have always been payload and software agnostic, but the Parry Labs systems provide an architecture that allows us to be even more efficient when it comes to integrations,” French said. “We are honored to be the first to fly the EC Micro on our new tactical Vertical Takeoff and Landing UAS (unmanned aerial systems) platform.

“Leveraging small business innovation and agility, Griffon and Parry look forward to providing MOSA-compliant solutions.”

EC Micro was designed as a versatile, ruggedized computing device to provide a unique combination of processing and precision time.

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