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SVS CUAS Platform and Nexus Software passes CPNI Trials

Sentry View Systems CUAS Platform and Nexus Software passes CPNI Trials

MELBOURNE, FL – November 1, 2021 – Sentry View Systems (SVS), headquartered in Melbourne, Florida, participated in testing of its CUAS Fixed Platform and Sentry Nexus™ software system during the Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) trials in the United Kingdom in late summer.

CPNI is the U.K. government’s national technical authority for physical and personnel protective security. CPNI partners with government, police, industry, and academia to protect U.K. national security and reduce the vulnerability of national infrastructure.

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“We were happy for the opportunity to participate in the UK’s CPNI test.  This is one of the most accredited qualifications you can have in CUAS for the UK but is also recognized globally as the hardest of tests.  The successful results demonstrate the maturity and effectiveness of our flagship product, Nexus, and its CUAS abilities.,” said Jake Gardner, Director of Engineering for Sentry View Systems.

Sentry View Systems is headquartered in Melbourne, Florida with additional locations in Montana, North Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming. Located in the heart of Florida’s Space Coast, Sentry View Systems is a leading innovative engineering company. SVS specializes in creating ideal solutions for demanding and remote environments. For more information, please visit