Aveo Engineering, known worldwide for its extensive portfolio of LED lighting and related aerospace products, has recently acquired a one acre building site in Palm Coast. Having outgrown their existing Florida headquarters, this new location will add 15,000 square feet in a new facility dedicated to engineering and the distribution/customization of aerospace avionics and lighting products for all segments of aviation, including helicopter, UAV/drone, and even space operations.  Having achieved FAA PMA in their existing Palm Coast facility,  Aveo is adding mechanical, electronic, robotics, and software engineering as well as additional certification specialists at this new site.

Employing the latest in “green” building technologies, the power for this new facility will be significantly augmented by both wind and solar sources, and also use natural lighting for much of the interior illumination.

A primary supplier of high performance aircraft lighting to the budding electric airplane/eVTOL industry, Aveo also has a significant presence in the space sector by supplying lights for space taxi programs, the new NASA moon lander, and the International Space Station.

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Aveo holds more than 50 patents with more than 70 others now in pending status. Aveo is tired of our competitors making direct copies of our product designs. Aveo has now on retainer a Patent Enforcement law firm that will prosecute to the maximum any violators. We have always competed fairly, and all our work is our own. Unfortunately some competitors have decided to copy our stuff in China to their best ability, which is sadly for them inferior results. But it is an insult to the engineering profession for anyone to copy other peoples’ work. I guess they grew up cheating in their lives, but we will no longer tolerate it. Be forewarned!!!

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