Stark Aerospace, Inc. headquartered in Columbus, Mississippi has a 100,000+ square feet state of the art production facility. Stark’s Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Division produces the ArrowLiteTM sUAS and supports the U.S. Army Hunter MQ-5B UAS. The Sensors Division assembles and repairs Plug-In Optronic Payloads (POP), including variants of the POP300 (D, HD, I, LR) used on the Army RQ-7 Shadow UAS.
AMI, Stark’s Engineering Division located in Redmond, Washington has a highly experienced team specializing in systems development, aerodynamics, loads, structures, stability & control, concept development, preliminary design, systems integration, flight tests, software development and more.
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Stark Aerospace, Inc. was established in 2006 for the specific goal of developing, producing and supporting UAS (unmanned aerial systems). Additionally, Stark Aerospace has these other divisions: Sensors, Production Services, Engineering, and Field Service. In 2014, Stark produced ArrowLite™, its first completely organic sUAS.
Stark’s main facility is located at the GTR (Golden Triangle Regional) airport in Columbus, MS. The GTR Division is Stark’s main manufacturing and support facility. Stark’s research, development, software development and engineering support are performed at Stark’s Engineering division, AMI, which is located in Redmond, WA. Stark Defense Services, also located in Columbus, MS, provides classified and unclassified field service for Stark products. Stark Aerospace is a wholly owned subsidiary of Israel Aerospace Industries, the largest commercial aerospace & defense company in Israel.
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