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Welcome to Eagle A&E Web Site:

Established in 2003, Eagle A&E, Inc. is a high-technology co-op of scientists, engineers and technical sales professionals engaged in the design, integration and marketing of electronic, electro-mechanical and software systems for land, airborne, marine, space and ground support equipment.

We provide engineering services ranging from hourly consulting to undertaking a project from conceptual design to qualification and first-article.

As a prototyping house, Eagle A&E mostly provides 'reference design' manufacturing services. Volume-level production is available thru partnerships with rigorously selected AS 9100 and ISO 9001:2000 companies in the USA and abroad.

Our portfolio of services addresses commonly requested fields of expertise in:

  • avionics equipment
  • spacecraft sub-systems
  • UAV flight components
  • marine ROV systems
  • electronics
  • night vision technology
  • mission-critical software
  • mechanical design
  • system packaging
  • test and measurement

... for commercial, industrial and military customers.

Vision and Values:

Eagle A&E, Inc. is committed to effectively compete in the ever changing business environment and to continue to grow as a company while always adhering to our core values of honesty, integrity, dedication and total commitment to 'excellence-in-service' towards our customers and partners.

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Eagle News:

Low cost GPS/IMU

Work continues in the development of a low cost 'GPS assisted Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) designed to assist in the operation of robotic-type ground, aerial and marine vehicles... more

Underwater LCD

A line of underwater enclosures for LCD monitors ranging from 6 to 17 inches; capable of continuous operation up to 1000 meters below the surface is currently under development... more