Como, Italy — March 2012
AIT, Instrumentation Devices Sign Representative Agreement for Databus Instrumentation Modules
Avionics Interface Technologies (AIT) announced today that it has recently signed a representation agreement with Instrumentation Devices in Italy for databus instrumentation modules.
This mutually beneficial partnership will greatly increase AIT’s engagement in the Italian market, capitalizing on Instrumentation Devices’ expertise and experience as well as AIT’s technological innovation. AIT’s product lines include test instrumentation, analyzers, and rugged embedded systems.
Since its founding in January 1991, Instrumentation Devices has grown steadily and has established itself as the primary reference of important industries, laboratories, and research programs. This experience enables Instrumentation Device to help its client choose the best COTS and custom solutions in order to fully satisfy even the most demanding application requirements, including hardware and software integration. Instrumentation Devices solutions are used in research and development, industrial testing, measurement, control, data acquisition, and analysis. Their range of products, services, and solutions is among the most comprehensive in Italy. Instrumentation Devices Engineers were fully trained on all of AIT’s product lines by Tim Fleissner, AIT’s Europe Technical Sales Engineer. Instrumentation Devices is fully qualified to provide in-depth demonstrations as well as answer any technical questions about AIT’s entire product line. Valuing quality, customer service, and local expertise, Instrumentation Devices and AIT are an ideal match to serve the Italian market.
AIT is a leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance flight modules, test and simulation instrumentation, rugged embedded solutions, data bus analyzers, and support systems. With over ten years experience in the avionics industry, the company has supported all major US Department of Defense top tier suppliers as well as the Air Force, Navy, Army, Marines, and NASA directly. Their technically superior products offer both custom and commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) user software and a flexible hardware architecture based on the use of FPGAs with embedded Power PC Processors for onboard specific application programming.