Swift Engineering Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Swift Engineering's estimated annual revenue is currently $34.9M per year.
- Swift Engineering's estimated revenue per employee is $246,000
- Swift Engineering has 142 Employees.
- Swift Engineering grew their employee count by 1% last year.
- Swift Engineering currently has 1 job openings.
What Is Swift Engineering?
Swift Engineering is a product development company with over 30 years of experience designing and building high performance vehicles, specializing in unmanned systems, autonomy, robotics, and advanced composites. Swift was founded in 1983 and has produced over 500 vehicles in its 60,000-sq. ft. advanced design and manufacturing facility. In 2000, Swift Engineering diversified in to aerospace vehicles and has worked on space, aerospace, aeronautical, terrestrial and underwater, manned and unmanned, defense and commercial designs and vehicles. In 2001, Swift Engineering started the development of the Swift KillerBee; a runway independent, 4 ft. wingspan, catapult launch and net recovery UAS. By 2009,this vehicle had a 10-ft. wingspan, 15-hour endurance, and can carry a 60-lb. payload. Swift Engineering sold this asset to Northrop Grumman and it was renamed the Northrop Bat. In continuing to look forward, the Swift020, the first UAS featuring X-Blade Technology, is the culmination of over 13 years of research and development in UAS, creativity and innovation in the UAV marketspace, and Swift heritage and understanding in unmanned systems. The Swift020 Unmanned Air System (UAS) takes off and lands anywhere like a quad-rotor and transitions to efficient fixed-wing forward flight without additional launch and recovery equipment allowing it to vastly reduce operational time and cost. The Swift020 Unmanned Air System is a family of systems servicing Linear Infrastructure, Oil and Gas, Maritime, Emergency Services, Delivery, Agriculture, Scientific Research, Surveillance and Military/Defense markets. For more information, see www.swiftengineering.comkeywords:N/A