Zooming in on this combination pair of telescope trackers and pair of RHCP and LHCP (right- and left-handed circular polarization) helical antennas, I see the word FlightLine, and a drawing of a shuttle/aircraft of some kind.
I'm really interested in this combination of a pair of optical telescopes and a pair of end-fire antennas, mounted on a single co-articulated platform. What is this, was it really used, who is/was FlightLine?
Though this appears to be either auto-tracking (there are several other instruments co-mounted) or guided by people remotely, I'm still working on the related question What were those motorized human-piloted platforms with helical antennas called (tracking launches)?.
Should I be asking in Aviation SE instead? Is this primarily used for tracking aircraft (thus the image of what looks like an aircraft in the logo)? or is this primarily used to track spacecraft launch vehicles?