Unmanned Aircraft Systems
EV Charging Solutions
Industrial EV Systems
Power Cycling & Test Systems
AeroVironment develops, produces and supports breakthrough unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and efficient energy systems (EES). Building upon a history of technology innovation, our solutions address two increasingly important global, strategic trends: the increasing security value of network-centric intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR), and the increasing economic and environmental value of energy efficiency. Our solutions deliver immediate benefits to customers through increased productivity, enhanced safety, and improved efficiency. These benefits help our customers win on the front line as well as on the bottom line, while helping to minimize their impact on the environment through practical, clean technology.
Each of our businesses is organized to focus on its markets, customers and technologies. Each business is managed by a dedicated team of engineering, sales, customer service, operations, manufacturing and marketing professionals to provide agile, responsive solutions and support. These teams build close relationships with their customers to ensure a deep understanding of their evolving needs in order to provide solutions to current and future requirements.
Focused research and development provides the source of AeroVironment’s continuous stream of UAS and EES innovation. Since 1971 AeroVironment has continuously achieved results for its customers through advanced research and applied innovation. Today AeroVironment’s research and development teams develop new capabilities in support of existing businesses as well as entirely new solutions for potential future businesses. With a well-defined commercialization process in place, AeroVironment’s development pipeline continues to expand the company’s horizons, and help our customers win.
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