About

Avion Unmanned is the UAS Division of Avion Solutions Inc., a certified small employee-owned company of approximately 175 personnel. We provide national engineering, logistics, software, and test & evaluation services. Avion provides programmatic support for all of the U.S. Army’s aviation programs, to include rotary wing, fixed wing, and unmanned aircraft program offices.

As an ISO 9001:2008 certified company headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, Avion specializes in material solutions and technical support for military-grade and enterprise-level projects. We have been providing these solutions to the U.S. military, Department of Defense (DoD) customers, and commercial clients for over 20 years through several General Services Administration (GSA) contract vehicles.

Our broad range of technical expertise includes comprehensive data analysis, software and biometrics, energy solutions, and the development of a full spectrum of aviation training products. Avion's efforts with Manned/Unmanned Teaming (MUM-T) and UAS airspace integration within the Army provide us with a focused perspective on this advanced technology. 

We provide Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) solutions to commercial and public safety agencies.

Material Solutions

Aircraft and equipment tailored to customer requirements.

Services

Full spectrum of UAS imagery and data products.

Training

On-site classroom training, cloud-based interactive multimedia instruction (IMI) programs, new aircraft, equipment, or systems training development. 3D aircraft modeling, customized scenario development.

Consulting

Complete UAS program support for companies working to develop their own internal UAS program.

Technical and regulatory support:

  • COA and waiver preparation and submission
  • Development of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
  • Establish FAA-compliant UAS training and standardization programs

Our primary focus on UAS safety, embedded within our four pillars of training; Aviation, Aircraft, Operations and Regulations, allows us to leverage the traditional aspects of aviation safety and aerodynamics, and couple it with emerging technologies and modern risk mitigation techniques.