Ground Control Stations (GCS)
GA-ASI's digital stations support direct, real-time control of Predator®/Gray Eagle-series aircraft and may be located on any land base, in any aircraft, or on any ship around the world.
Certifiable Ground Control Station
GA-ASI's Certifiable Ground Control Station (CGCS) was designed for use with Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS), specifically the MQ-9B SkyGuardian/SeaGuardian – the world's first RPA designed and built to fly in non-segregated airspace.
The Block 30 Ground Control Station is a Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) cockpit housed in either a customer-furnished building or a mobile shelter and used to control one GA-ASI aircraft. The dual-seat cockpit includes HD-integrated touch-screen displays, as well as a video switching capability that allows aircrew to move any video source to any screen.
Portable Aircraft Control Station
The Portable Aircraft Control Station (PACS) is a rugged, miniaturized system capable of performing all aircraft pre- and post-flight operations and engine functions. It replaces standard aircraft maintenance and control stations with a self-contained, ruggedized, portable unit ready for downrange deployment – a capable, compact, and cost-effective solution.