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Aero Telemetry designs and manufactures Unmanned Air Vehicles and electronic subsystem components for military and commercial applications

Aero Telemetry has developed the majority of its knowledge and experience working within the United States Military unmanned air vehicle (UAV) programs since the early 1990s. Here is the worlds largest flyable model of the Hughes XF-11, flown by Joe Bok and his team for the Academy Award winning film, The Aviator.

Aero Telemetry designs and manufactures Unmanned Air Vehicles and electronic subsystem components for military and commercial applications

We recently restored this vintage Wright R-3350-93B Turbo Compund Engine once owned by Howard Hughes. Click here to see it run!

Aero Telemetry designs and manufactures Unmanned Air Vehicles and electronic subsystem components for military and commercial applications

Aero Telemetry is a research and development based engineering, design, and fabrication company. We have a proven track record of delivering innovative technology and products that save time, money, and lives.

Aero Telemetry designs & manufactures Unmanned Air Vehicles and electronic subsystem components for military and commercial applications

Aero Telemetry designed,  Click here to see it being built and flew the Hughes H-1 Racer in less than 4 months for the AMA 75th year anniversary celebration. An absolutely spectacular airplane!  Click here to see it fly!...

Aero Telemetry designs and manufactures Unmanned Air Vehicles and electronic subsystem components for military and commercial applications

Pre-flight for the AMA legal, 118 lb, all-carbon fiber flyable Hughes H-1 Racer.

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Aero Telemetry designs and manufactures Unmanned Air Vehicles and electronic subsystem components for military and commercial applications

Custom UAV landing gear systems. In-house design and fabrication. Click Here for more details.

Aero Telemetry designs and manufactures Unmanned Air Vehicles and electronic subsystem components for military and commercial applications

Carbon Fiber and Composite Manufacturing for UAV's.  Click Here for more details.

What We Do

We specialize in the design and fabrication of Unmanned Air Vehicles and related airborne electronic subsystem components.

Our integrated airborne and ground based telemetry systems provide high-reliability, long range wireless communication to and from unmanned airborne platforms. 

Our systems have been successfully deployed in mission critical applications for both military and commercial aerospace applications.

We are constantly researching and developing new technology that allows us to bring the best products and services to the world.

Take a behind the scenes look at our company and some of the interesting projects we have recently completed.  We are Engineering and Art redefined.

Our telemetry integration and military electronics shop is continuing its hard work to support the national defense concerns of both the United States Military and its front-line commercial aerospace customers.

Our vintage engine restoration shop has been busy with several rare and historically significant radial engines.

Our work has covered a wide range of applications. From telemetry enabled football helmets able to measure the force of an impact...to parts for the Space Shuttle itself...Check it out!

The Aero Telemetry Aerial Effects team provided all of the flyable scale models used in the Academy Award winning film, The Aviator.

In addition to the Sikorsky S-38, Fokker D-VII's, and several other motion control static models, Aero Telemetry engineers created three of the world's largest flyable models of the XF-11, the H4 Hercules or Spruce Goose and the Hughes H-1 Racer.

Long hours of hard work and technical know-how by the entire Aero Telemetry team made these extraordinary airplanes possible and allowed them to safely provide The Aviator with some of the best flying sequences ever captured on film.