Tactical Aerial Wildfire Operations
MAG operates, deploys, and maintains manned and unmanned aircraft that provide aerial fire surveillance (detection and mapping) and airspace management (air attack/lead plane) services. We provide civilian customers the full spectrum of aerial fire services: pilots and mission systems operators; maintenance for the aircraft, sensors and mission equipment; logistics and support; and site and program management. Multi-intelligence data collection and processing/exploitation/dissemination services include electro-optical infra-red (EO/IR) full motion video (FMV), LIDAR, and multispectral and hyperspectral imagery (MSI/HSI).
MAG provides a combination of technical, tactical, and intelligence expertise that is complemented by a customer-focused approach. Our experience and understanding of complex tactical aerial wildfire operations missions maximizes on-task time and minimizes inefficiencies and administrative waste.
MAG is driven and guided by our core values of Serve-Win-Perform
MAG enhances intelligence collection through optimized TCPED concepts on all our ISR programs
The key to successful ISR activities is an ISR plan that is developed based on well reasoned analysis, driven by your requirements, focused on your directed tasks, and tied to your anticipated decisions or intended actions.
We are fundamentally about ensuring the right sensors are positioned at the right place at the right time to provide the right feedback about activities within your area of operations.
We work to shorten the collection cycle on board the aircraft and with mission analysts on the ground. This enables us to improve performance and dictate favorable outcomes for you.
High resolution imagery is only the beginning. Instead of focusing entirely on advanced sensors and integrating new phenomenology, which can actually impede dynamic operations, we look at how we treat information once we have it.
We analyze collected information and present products, conclusions, or projections regarding the operational environment in a format the enables you to achieve situational understanding.
MAG has 200,000+ hours of flight operations, specializing in remote and conflicted airspace under adverse conditions
MAG has responded to 7,000+ fires, performed 6,750+ aerial detection patrols, completed 4,000+ air attack dispatches, and currently protects 250+ million acres.
MAG is platform and sensor agnostic, allowing us to deliver a ground-up turnkey solution tailored to customer needs
MAG can support all elements of a aerial fire surveillance program to provide a dynamic, end to end solution
MAG operators possess technical expertise to maximize sensor capabilities and mission equipment availability
MAG operators understand the mission, the target, the terrain, and communicate actionable target information to the customer or end user in their format
MAG operators understand the entire TCPED process, the customer’s objectives and timelines.
MAG is expert in the use of a variety of sensors and C2 systems that can increase the effectiveness of aerial platforms
MAG learns and understands its customers’ mission first, then develops solutions
MAG provide cost-efficient, secure, and reliable solutions for mission-critical data delivery of voice, video and data through a variety of means
MAG can quickly provide a lean team with a tailored mix of personnel that represent program disciplines and functions
STATE OF THE ART
MAG’s research, development, test, and development expertise provides visibility of new surveillance technology
IN FLIGHT DATA
MAG can broadcast live Full Motion Video, transmit written reports, and send freeze frame images in real time from aircraft
MAG has rapid access to fixed wing aircraft capable of meeting a wide range of customer needs and missions
MAG currently operates aircraft under Canadian Aviation Regulation Part 702/703, DCMA 8210-1C, FAA Part 91, and has received a SFF Certification of Airworthiness
MAG’s highest priority is keeping our people and partners safe—a priority enshrined in our systems, procedures, and culture
MAG has lawfully exported defense articles and services in compliance with US export statutes and regulations
MAG has global experience working closely with military and civil aviation authorities to ensure the safe, effective operation of aircraft
MAG’s collaborative approach and strong partner relationships allow us to respond quickly to changing environments and needs
MAG seamlessly integrates into existing customer architecture, analytical processes, and procedures
MAG does what we say — as evidenced by our 95%+ mission achievement rate
MAG’s service is responsive and on-demand — performed efficiently with the flexibility to scale up if needed
MAG can operate in challenging, remote, and complex locations
MAG provides efficient and cost effective maintenance and logistics support that maximizes platform availability
AERIAL FIRE SERVICES
Tactical Aerial Wildfire Operations
MAG provides fire detection and attack platforms with integrated ISR systems and personnel that deliver results.
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Aerial Fire Detection & Management
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