Avion Unmanned Wins Multi-State Contract To Provide Unmanned Aircraft System Services For The Public Sector

2019-08-23

Avion Unmanned Wins Multi-State Contract To Provide Unmanned Aircraft System Services For The Public Sector
Avion Unmanned Wins Multi-State Contract To Provide Unmanned Aircraft System Services For The Public Sector

Huntsville, AL – Avion Unmanned, the Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) division of Avion Solutions, Inc., was recently awarded Contract E194-79435 by the Commonwealth of Virginia. This contract opens the door for Avion Unmanned to provide UAS services to state and local government agencies in all 50 states.

Providing a simplified direct path for government agencies at all levels to request unmanned aircraft operations is finally a reality. With the award of this first-of-its-kind contract, Avion Unmanned has been selected to provide critical data to organizations who desperately need it, but have never before had a mechanism to acquire vetted, legal, and safe operations in a timely manner,” said Taylor Abington, Senior Program Manager of Avion Unmanned.

Based on proven expertise, Avion Unmanned has been chosen to provide UAS services nationwide including: Emergency Services, Law Enforcement Support, Aerial Inspection and Mapping Data Services, support to Agricultural and Gaming, as well as Agency Media Relations and Marketing.

“Avion Unmanned’s solutions are true force multipliers that provide actionable data, reduce operational risks, and improve efficiency in critical areas from disaster response to law enforcement and even agriculture management, said Chad Donald, President and CEO of Avion Solutions. Under this new contract, Avion will partner with agencies nationwide to enable better decision-making, improve operations, and save lives.

Virginias Department of General Service (DGS) and the National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO) in all 50 states and territories in the United States are working together through Contract E194-79435 to provide agencies easier access to organizations like Avion Unmanned.

About Avion Unmanned

Avion Unmanned, the Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) service provider of Avion Solutions, Inc., provides UAS Operations, inspections, training, and program development for commercial, military and non-military government agencies. The UAS team seeks to improve the efficiency, safety, and effectiveness of organizations through quality UAS services. To learn more, visit www.avionsolutions.com/unmanned.

About Avion Solutions

Avion Solutions, Inc. is an employee-owned innovative engineering and logistics solutions provider for complex military-grade projects. Headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama with a presence in multiple states across the U.S., Avion Solutions has provided solutions to Department of Defense customers and commercial clients since 1992. Our broad range of technical expertise includes engineering, logistics and technical services, data analysis, software development, small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and drone services, and development of a full spectrum of training solutions ranging from on-site classroom training to interactive multimedia instruction (IMI) programs. Avion Solutions is a 2019 Best Places to Work® award winner. To learn more, visit www.avionsolutions.com.

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