Aero Systems supplies complete flight management services for our customers. We work with the customer to evaluate work requirements and recommend the aircraft that best suits their needs. Aircraft are inspected, purchased, custom modified and maintained here at our facility in Erie, Colorado. This includes maintenance and pilot services for various types of aircraft and helicopters.
ASI has supplied flight management services for various aerial mapping and surveying companies in support of state, government and private organizations throughout the world. ASI provides camera ready aircraft and helicopters, installs navigation systems, cameras and other specialized equipment as required by the customer. In addition, ASI provides qualified pilots and mechanics to support the aircraft and the job.
Aero Systems has been involved in classified flight support for various military applications. Our experience in the modification and operation of high performance aircraft, mixed with the ability to provide on-board data acquisition systems, puts ASI in a unique industry positions.
ASI provided aerial compliance for local Farm Service Agencies in Colorado and Wyoming. A special camera pod with a 35mm or digital camera and video camera was d esigned, manufactured, and installed on the co-pilot wing of a Cessna T210. A monitor and firing button were installed in the aircraft for operation by the pilot and observer.
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ASI provided the company's Falcon 20 business jet and two T-33 jet trainers in Captive Flight Test Support. Each aircraft was modified and had equipment installed by ASI employees to meet specific project specifications.
ASI modified a Beech 18 for marine survey work over the Gulf Coast with a bubble nose, data acquisition system (DAS,) stereo cameras and a downward camera hatch for marine survey work over the Gulf Coast for NOAA. In addition ASI supplied a DeHavilland DHC-6, Twin Otter Turboprop aircraft for survey of marine mammals off the coast of Southern California for NOAA. The aircraft was modified with a 12" x 16" camera hatch and bubble windows on each side of the cabin for observation purposes.