UAV Vision, an established leader in the design and manufacture of lightweight gyro-stabilised camera systems, has been selected as a finalist for not one but two of the 55th Premier’s NSW Export Awards. Recognised for the company’s outstanding export achievements, UAV Vision has been shortlisted for both the Regional Exporter Award and the NSW Defence Industry Award.
The awards programme recognises businesses with outstanding international trading efforts.
The Regional Exporter Award will be granted based on companies whose head office is in a non-metropolitan area.
The Defence Industry Award shines light on companies accomplishing world-leading production and exportation of products that suffice the military industry.
About UAV Vision
UAV Vision has been supplying world leading multi sensor gyro-stabilised camera systems to companies around the world since 2006. Capabilities include multi sensor (daylight, infrared and laser); real time electronic and mechanical stabilisation; 30x optical daylight zoom; 13x optical infrared zoom; real time HD imagery; object tracking; accurate GEO-Lock positioning information; motion detection; reliable navigation information; on board video encoding to MISB and STANAG standards; and ITAR free. UAV Vision camera systems are designed for integration into UAVs, manned aircraft, lighter than air platforms, marine vessels and ground vehicles for ISR applications.
Michael Bailey, CEO at UAV Vision, said ‘we are pleased to be acknowledged by the Export Council of Australia for our international export efforts. Innovation is at the heart of UAV Vision, which is recognised by our global customer base. This year alone, we have developed a number of industry leading technologies that fulfil our customers’ specific needs. With over ten years’ of expertise, we are able to offer our customers capabilities that go unmatched by our competitors.’
CEO of the Export Council of Australia, Lisa McAuley, said “the competition is extremely tough and we are thrilled to see a number of new names recognised for their tremendous efforts. It’s fantastic to also see the diversity of the companies that entered the awards this year. To acknowledge and celebrate the success of NSW companies is an important part of encouraging more companies to think global.”