Teledyne Energy Systems and Vertical Partners West team up to serve unmanned market

Vertical Partners West and Teledyne Partnership

Vertical Partners West and Teledyne Energy Systems have entered into a collaborative agreement to serve the power needs in the emerging and rapidly growing unmanned, robotic and mission-critical portable power market.

VPW is a leading supplier of drone batteries and sees its partnership with TESI as one that can support its energy projects.

VPW says it will expand its product offerings to include TESI’s current and future developed energy system technologies.

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Mitch Orcard, TESI VP and general manager, commented: “By combining Vertical Partners West’s market and distribution strength with Teledyne Energy Systems’ technology and ability to offer challenging energy solutions we will be able to raise the level of operational performance and provide a trusted source for unmanned energy requirements.”

The agreement will aim to deliver high-value solutions for large-scale operators looking to develop battery, fuel cell or hybrid energy systems and will also include charging and fuel development systems for customers with a highly integrated system engineered specifically for their application.

Keith Wallace, VPW president and CEO added: “Teledyne Energy Systems has been at the forefront of technology for 50 years. Their work in providing innovative power solutions for the most demanding conditions is legendary. Working with such a trusted partner allows us to offer our customers an unparalleled experience and access to technology not normally accessible to the general public. As our customer’s requirements become more and more complex we are excited to be able to work closely with Teledyne to offer aerospace grade solutions for their mission-critical needs.”

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