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Avionics

The Avionics Engineering Center at Ohio University conducts the world’s foremost research into aviation-related electronics. Our avionics researchers are trusted partners with the Federal Aviation Administration, NASA, other international and domestic government agencies, and private industry. We provide the unique ability to offer not just technical data but customized, on-demand practical solutions for navigation and landing systems, surveillance, flight control, and other challenges worldwide. Our work helps keep the National Airspace System safe and furthers the development of the next generation of air transportation systems.

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Sky Captains

synthetic vision

To cars speeding by on U.S. 50/32, Gordon K. Bush Airport looks like any other general aviation field. But some of the airplanes in its hangars are outfitted with unique high-tech equipment, and the collection of the sophisticated antenna arrays at the end of the runway can’t be found at any other airport.