General Atomics Aeronautical Systems (GA-ASI)
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of unmanned aircraft and high resolution surveillance and radar imaging systems, including the Predator UAV series and the Lynx SAR/GMTI sensor system. The company provides comprehensive solutions for military and commercial applications worldwide and is committed to providing immediately deployable, transformational technology for military operation and weapons systems, as well as civil missions.
General Atomics Electronic Systems (GA-ESI)
General Atomics Electronic Systems, Inc. is comprised of five product lines involving different aspects of energy. One serves the petroleum and chemical industries, two focus on the nuclear/radiation monitoring industry, and two provide high power systems and components. The common thread of our systems technology is the design, development, and manufacture of secure and highly reliable microprocessor/PC-based control and information handling systems.
General Atomics Systems Integration, LLC (GA-SI)
General Atomics Systems Integration, LLC, an affiliated company of General Atomics, is comprised of two divisions providing best value defense services for U.S. and International customers. The Aero Services Division specializes as a full service solution to meet the persistent intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) challenges facing domestic and allied nation security missions. The Engineering Services Division is a leading edge expert in reliability, maintainability and sustainability improvement for U.S. aging aircraft systems.
ConverDyn serves the global nuclear industry, offering the highest quality UF6 at competitive prices. They coordinate and manage all aspects of the conversion process for their customers, including uranium deliveries, uranium sampling, materials storage, and product delivery.
Cotter Corporation is a General Atomics (GA) affiliate headquartered in Denver, Colorado. Originally incorporated in 1956 in New Mexico as a uranium production company, Cotter was purchased by and became a wholly owned subsidiary of Commonwealth Edison in 1975. GA acquired Cotter in early 2000. Through its various mining and milling operations, Cotter has produced uranium, vanadium, molybdenum, silver, lead, zinc, copper, selenium, nickel, cobalt, tungsten and limestone.
Heathgate Resources Pty, Ltd.
Heathgate Resources, formed in 1990, is the owner and operator of the Beverley Uranium Mine in northern South Australia. Beverley is Australia's third uranium mine and Australia's only operating In Situ Leach mine. Beverley is the most advanced In Situ Leach mine in the world and plays a significant role in South Australia's resource development industry.
Nuclear Fuels Corporation
Nuclear Fuels Corporation (NFC) was formed in 1991 by General Atomics (GA) to market uranium produced from GA mining assets as well as to develop additional uranium projects. NFC is a long-term contract supplier to both U.S. and foreign utilities and actively participates in uranium trading.
Rio Grande Resources Corporation
Rio Grande Resources Corporation controls uranium operations and mineral resources acquired by GA from Chevron Resources in 1991. Included in this acquisition were mines in south Texas and New Mexico. In New Mexico, the Mt. Taylor project, a conventional underground mine that contains the largest uranium resource in the United States, is currently on standby.
Spezialtechnik Dresden and Subsidiaries
Spezialtechnik Dresden GmbH (STD) stands as holding at the head of the Spezialtechnik-Group Dresden and renders commercially characterized and marketing/sales oriented consulting and support services for the companies of the group.
Spezialtechnik Dresden GmbH is engaged through its subsidiaries in the development of industrial estates, remediation of large-scale uranium and lignite coal mining areas, manufacturing high-mass prefabricated concrete components for the industry, traffic and communication sector, maintenance/service and modernization/conversion of special rail vehicles and the reprocessing of munitions.
Headquartered in Dresden, Germany, STD subsidiaries operate plants in Brandenburg and Saxony. STD and its subsidiaries also support GA in the expansion of its activities throughout Germany, Scandinavia, and Benelux.