Our engineering services include the design, development and production of instruments, control panels and displays for military, commercial and industrial applications, as well as flight and maintenance simulators for every type of air, land and sea vehicle.
Aviation Instrument Technologies Inc (AITI) designs and manufactures state-of-the-art aircraft instruments, multi-functional displays and control systems integral to flight and vehicle components used by the defence, aviation, aerospace and industrial sectors.
Our engineering team provides installation, test, repair and ongoing support. Our manufacturing services are closely integrated with our design engineering capabilities to provide a one-stop solution.
Aircraft instruments and radios for military simulator applications
The AITI product range includes electronic automotive suspension controllers using in-house designed circuit boards and software, an electronic suspension controller for ground vehicles, a custom integration of a Rockwell Collins weather radar at Edwards for the Global Hawk using our in-house designed and programmed ethernet interface boards. We also offer hundreds of aircraft instruments, control panels, simulated radios and global positioning system (GPS) units for companies worldwide.
In addition, we can take care of inventory, logistics and freight requirements, with the ability to meet the demands of customers for distribution worldwide. Depending on our client’s needs, we can meet monthly goals, efficiently distribute those products and handle the demands of customs and inspections of freight. Our customers can also select packaging, quantities and delivery schedules as required.
Aviation Instrument Technologies
Analogue aircraft instruments for defence aircraft and ground vehicles
AITI has designed a wide range of 2in and 3in round simulated aircraft instruments with concentric, single and dual needles, host computer interfaces, analogue signals and ethernet, suitable for aircraft and ground military vehicles.
Analogue and digital displays for military and industrial applications
AITI specialises in the design, development and production of instruments, control panels and displays for the defence sector.
Our products and services comprise custom electronics for ground and aircraft vehicles, liquid crystal display (LCD) and high-contrast LCDs, backlit colour displays, control panels and keyboards.
About Aviation Instrument Technologies Inc
Aviation Instrument Technologies Inc (AITI) was founded in the late-1990s to design, build, and supply aircraft instruments, radios and multi-function displays used in commercial and government industries and aviation and ground vehicle simulator components. Customers include Lockheed Martin, CAE, and NASA.
With more than 20 years of experience in quality product design and manufacturing, we offer knowledge and expertise of quality control. Our highly trained team oversees the entire manufacturing process from design to production, with a quality systems checklist that ensures products meet their exact requirements. Our quality assurance team can manage engineering changes, lead further cost reduction initiatives and troubleshoot any necessary issues. AITI offers complete in-house quality control inspection to assure our customers that each product meets their specification.
At Aviation Instrument Technologies, Inc. (AITI) we provide our clients with the most reliable, efficient transportation solutions at local, national and global levels.
Aviation Instrument Technologies, Inc. (AITI) capabilities include the design, development and production of instruments, control panels, displays and simulators for military, commercial and industrial applications.
The Pipistrel Virus SW 80 is a light, high-speed aircraft developed by Pipistrel, a light aircraft manufacturer based in Slovenia. The aircraft serves the requirement of a light trainer aircraft.
Aviation Instrument Technologies was awarded a contract by the NASA Global Hawk Project, Dryden Flight Research Center to provide lightning strike detection equipment kits to be installed in one of the four NASA Global Hawks.