Aero-Instruments acquires air data product line

  • 04-May-2011 08:35 EDT

Cleveland, OH-based Aero-Instruments has acquired SpaceAge Control's air data product line. Aero-Instruments manufactures air data sensors for large commercial transport, general aviation, rotorcraft, defense, business jet, and UAV markets. The acquisition will allow Aero-Instruments to enter new markets as well as enhance and expand existing product lines. SpaceAge Control, based in Palmdale, CA, will continue to develop and sell its line of displacement sensors to customers worldwide. Aero-Instruments Air Data Sensors measure critical air data parameters and provide information for cockpit display and to the flight-control and flight-management systems.

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