Jennings Aeronautics, Inc.

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Jennings Aeronautics, Inc (JAI) is an experienced team of engineers and technicians that produce high-quality Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (SUAS). It is our fundamental belief that quality is the most important factor in making any program or product successful. Quality is part of our company culture and we have established processes to assure elegant system designs are quickly transformed into reliable manufactured components that consistently function as advertised. In fact, customers have often called upon us to improve upon troublesome aspects of other manufacturers’ designs. We have provided well-conceived solutions at the final hour that continue to be successfully fielded years later. With unmatched experience in autonomous flight control software, avionics, GCS software, system integration, design engineering, imaging payloads, and airframe fabrication, JAI is a true one-stop source for SUAS technology and development.

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