This year Accipiter Radar Technologies Inc., is celebrating 25 years of Targeting A Safer World® by inviting the Pelham community to their 25th Anniversary Open House at the Meridian Community Centre, Friday, June 21st from 1:00-3:00 pm in the Accursi Room. Please join us for some demonstrations, displays and light refreshments.
Accipiter’s President and CEO, Tim Nohara, is delighted to be celebrating this milestone and hopes everyone joins him and members of the Accipiter team for the 1:00 pm cake cutting and afternoon’s activities. “We are very proud to be a part of Pelham. Our 25th Anniversary Open House is an excellent opportunity to thank the community for their support and give them a chance to see a little of what we do.” Tim noted.
Accipiter is a North American industry leader in the development and deployment of situational awareness solutions for environmental protection, aviation safety and homeland security applications. Our accomplishments include helping wildlife control teams manage birds at airports in order to reduce bird strikes; and helping coast guards in Canada and the United States keep us safe on the Great Lakes.
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About Accipiter Radar
Accipiter Radar is a North American company that develops, sells, and operates high-performance radar and sensor intelligence networks engineered to monitor the environment and characterize the behavior of targets such as small vessels, low flying aircraft, vehicles and birds, as well as distributed phenomenon such as weather, waves and snow/ice. The result is enhanced wide-area safety and security through unprecedented domain awareness for 21st century applications in homeland security, aviation safety and security and environmental protection. Accipiter Radar Technologies Inc. of Niagara, Ontario Canada and Accipiter Radar Corporation of Niagara, New York, USA are Targeting a Safer World® and have won business from all levels of government in North America, as well as major corporations and governments in various parts of the world.
For more information visit www.accipiterradar.com