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.