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Newsletter #375     | News

AEM celebrates seven years


Anodyne Electronic Manufacturing (AEM) merged in 2009 with Northern Airborne (NAT)/Cobham which started in Prince George, British Columbia, in 1979

AEM, October 14, 2016 - Anodyne Electronic Manufacturing Corp. (AEM) started Oct. 13, 2009, with 47 employees and has more than doubled, both its staff and square footage.

AEM boasts 35-plus years of experience in the avionics industry with the combination of the previous company, Northern Airborne (NAT)/Cobham, which started in Prince George, British Columbia, in 1979.

AEM’s historic background has helped the company build on and perfect its processes as well as its product line. Some of the products the company builds evolved from legacy equipment which its staff used to build as NAT.

The company’s loud speaker systems, which are top of the market, are now being shipped all over the world in the same way that its predecessor did. AEM has also designed and produced some new products on the market with its Master Caution Panel (MCP) systems.

They have recently launched the fourth in line MCP system to the market, working directly with aircraft specialists to revamp older aircraft warning systems, adding newer technology to allow quick download to receive pertinent data for quicker maintenance of aircraft.

AEM has built contract manufacturing into its business model in addition to its own products portfolio. By collaborating on this responsibility AEM allows those companies to focus their resources on their engineering and customer service. AEM takes on the role of contract manufacturer with an already established production flow and industry leading standards.

Another area of business AEM has ventured into is faceplate and keyboard customization, overhaul and repair. Being able to overhaul cockpits with updated instrument panels and conversions to NVIS (night vision) have made a large impact on the company’s portfolio.

AEM plans to continue building onto its own product portfolio and building relationships with other original equipment manufacturers. The last seven years have seen continued growth and the company is looking forward to future developments.


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