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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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Bobcat nanosatellite selected by NASA for launch

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NASA has selected Ohio University’s research nanosatellite Bobcat-1 as one of just 11 small spacecrafts from the U.S. and Puerto Rico as auxiliary payloads aboard upcoming space missions. (read more)