CNC Technologies, a Californian aviation technology and wireless communications company serving the law enforcement, military and government markets, has passed a new business milestone: the completion of more than 20 Bell 429 helicopters for various law enforcement and government agency clients over the past six years.
This includes the company's most recent work designing and completing Bell 429 airborne platforms for The Jamaica Defense Forces, Collier County Sheriff's Office in Florida and the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office in Louisiana.
In total, CNC has completed 22 Bell 429 helicopters for use in law enforcement and SAR missions. This encompasses the design, equipment procurement and operator training for new airborne law enforcement mission suites for each Bell 429 that enable seamless and secure transition of HD video and data between air crews and ground personnel. Additionally, CNC prides itself in providing clients with 24/7 service, support and training, serving as a single point of contact for diagnosing and fixing any issues that may arise.
“Over the past several years, CNC has developed an incredibly strong business in the Bell 429 with great experience designing solutions to meet a variety of operator needs,” says Alex Giuffrida, founding partner at CNC Technologies. “With these three latest assignments, we have now surpassed 20 completed 429s, extending our lead as the provider of choice for this aircraft.”
In addition to its Bell completion offerings, CNC also serves as an aircraft acquisition partner for clients through its CNC Aviation division. CNC Aviation is an authorised supplier of Textron aircraft including Bell, Cessna and Beechcraft. Integration services for the recent Bell 429 assignments for the Jamaica Defense Forces, Collier County Sheriff's Office and the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office were provided by AeroBrigham located in Decatur, Texas.