Twin Otter Guardian 400 Special Mission Aircraft
The Guardian 400 is the cost-effective solution for 21st-century surveillance, search & rescue, and critical infrastructure support due to its low acquisition and operating costs, flexible architecture, and ability to be configured with a variety of sensors and interior layouts to suit the operator’s specific mission profiles.
Galleon Embedded Computing's versatile XSR Recorder is the onboard computing and recording solution for The Guardian 400 Special Mission Aircraft.
The XSR's flexible architecture allows the connection of a wide range of high-rate data sensors such as HD video, radar, SIGINT/COMINT systems, along with low-rate data interfaces such as analog or digital audio, ARINC 429, MIL-STD-1553, LIDAR, etc.
NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance System
On November 20th, 2019, the NATO AGS RQ-4D departed from Palmdale, California, and landed 22 hours later at Sigonella Air Base, Sigonella, Italy.
In this newspaper full-page print ad, Galleon Embedded Computing was recognized by Northrop Grumman as a primary contributor to the success of the first transatlantic flight of the NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) System.
The ad reads:
"Congratulations, NATO, on the first transatlantic flight of the NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance System."
Quality and Certifications
Galleon Embedded Computing is an innovative leader in the development of high-performance, high-quality storage solutions and rugged data recording systems for severe environments. Galleon shall also be a reliable partner throughout the lifetime of long-term programs. To assist in achieving this, Galleon has developed and implemented a Quality Assurance System that is structured to meet the requirements of EN 9100 and ISO 9001.