Our Clients & Past Performance

When Tough Stump Technologies was created, our founders knew they could help our nation's most elite organizations tackle complicated missions and achieve critical outcomes. Our team excels in the development and implementation of simple solutions to complex problems, supporting operations across the globe. Tough Stump Technologies leverages innovative ideas with the latest remote sensing and SUAS technology to create high definition imagery and planning products for USG, DoD, Law Enforcement and Commercial clients. Keep reading for a brief glimpse at our past performance.

NGA — Provided (ARTEMIS) Aerial Reconnaissance Tactical Edge Mapping & Imagery System revolutionizing tactical imagery collection support to combat operations across the globe. Over a thousand combat missions flown empowering units with an organic capability to capture near real-time 3cm resolution imagery and enhancing front-line situational awareness.

US Air Force — Provided a custom-built tactical communications training program and TTP development in support of US Air Force Agile Combat Employment. Developed TTPs fusing sUAS imagery with ATAK & EZAZ survey tools.

Commercial Aviation — Provided emergency action plan (EAP) training to contract aviation companies operating in conflict and combat zones.   

Moore Co. NC Sheriff Dept. — Provided COTS equipment, training and integration to stand up first ever sUAS capability within Moore County. 

US ARMY — Deployed OCONUS mobile training teams (MTT) to support imagery collection taskings and provide on-site sUAS training.

Florida State University Emergency Management & Homeland Security Program and Center for Disaster Risk Policy — We developed a custom ATAK course of instruction paired with mobile adhoc networking to exponentially increase overall safety and situational awareness in a state crisis. 

United States Air Force Special Tactics — Provided training on small unmanned aerial system integration through ATAK to increase overall mission effectiveness. We used the SUAS to map an environment, processed the imagery and infused the data into ATAK. The SUAS was then used to observe and multicast effectiveness of the mission force.