AeroMech opens new offices in California

  • 01-Apr-2011 02:23 EDT

AeroMech Engineering Inc. (AME), based in San Luis Obispo, CA, recently celebrated the successful first flight of the Fury 1500 Small Tactical Unmanned Aerial System (shown).

AeroMech Engineering Inc. (AME), a manufacturing firm supporting the unmanned aerial systems (UAS) market, has opened a new corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility in San Luis Obispo, CA. With this move, AME has doubled its production and engineering space, now occupying 78,000 ft², with a mixture of offices, labs, test stands, and production space. AME will use the new facility to improve the efficiency of its current operation while expanding production capacity in response to new and future business. AME builds high-endurance special mission UAS, including the Fury UAS, and provides aeronautical, mechanical, electrical, and software engineering capabilities as well as full system manufacturing services to defense customers worldwide. AME also opened a new office in Solana Beach, CA, enabling it to support local customers and to pursue new business opportunities and partnerships in the greater San Diego area and in Orange and Los Angeles counties.

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