Aerodyne Research, Inc. (ARI) has provided research and development (R&D) services to commercial and government clients working to solve national and international problems since 1970. Our R&D staff is organized into six technology centers which address a wide range of topics requiring expertise in the physical and engineering sciences. These include such critical issues as global and regional environmental quality and development of clean and efficient energy and propulsion technologies. We design, build and utilize remote sensing, surveillance, image processing, tracking and recognition systems for commercial and environmental applications and the national defense. We also develop and characterize advanced materials, processes, and devices for electronic, electro-optical, environmental and energy applications.
Teams of scientists and engineers perform laboratory and theoretical studies, computer modeling and simulation, field evaluations and measurements, advanced systems analyses, and hardware and software development. We also offer computer simulation codes, specialized electro-optical components, and electro-optical monitoring instruments to clients engaged in research, development and high technology production.
ARI occupies a combined laboratory and office building in Billerica, Massachusetts, 20 miles northwest of Boston, where we maintain state-of-the-art experimental and computational facilities to support our research capabilities:
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