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AeroVironment to launch innovation center in Boston

AeroVironment, Inc., a specialist in Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) for both defense and commercial applications, announced the creation of its New England Innovation Center (NEIC).

AeroVironment to launch innovation center in Boston

The new office will lead development of advanced solutions complementing AeroVironment’s market-leading small UAS and furthering the company’s growth strategy.

Wahid Nawabi, AeroVironment president and chief executive officer said:

Wahid Nawabi, AeroVironment president and chief executive officer
“We are expanding our capabilities, our team and our footprint to achieve our growth objectives. The greater Boston region is a dynamic center of advanced development and talent in technologies key to the future of our customers’ operations, including robotics and artificial intelligence. Our latest Innovation Center will expand AeroVironment’s capabilities so that we may translate advances in key technologies into ever more valuable solutions that support our customers across the globe.”

“We welcome Tom Vaneck to our team with his extensive experience and knowledge of the unmanned systems industry and a track record of competitive success.We look forward to Tom’s leadership of our NEIC and his contributions to supporting our customers.”

Tom Vaneck, vice president and managing director of AeroVironment’s NEIC said:

Tom Vaneck, vice president and managing director of AeroVironment’s NEI

“I’m excited to be part of the team at AeroVironment, the leader in unmanned systems technologies for those on the front-line, and a company I have watched and admired for many years. Our New England Innovation Center will develop new robotic platforms to expand our family of systems, advance our autonomous capabilities and build on AeroVironment’s history of delivering innovative solutions that help customers proceed with certainty.”

 

Vaneck served as vice president of InstantEye Robotics, a division of Physical Sciences, Inc.Previously, he served as general manager of Aurora Flight Sciences’ Cambridge Research and Development Center.Vaneck earned a Ph.D. in Aeronautics and Astronautics from Stanford University, and a Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering, Master of Arts in Mathematics and Bachelor of Science in Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from Penn State University.

Companies: AeroVironment, Inc.

Industries: Aerospace

Terms: Business, Innovations

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