AERO began as the "special projects" division of InterMedia Development Corp. For the last 20 years, IDC continues to provide innovative "mission impossible" technical services and engineering support for the U.S. Special Operations Command and has received a consistent 100% approval rating.
In researching UAV capabilities for SOCOM, a world of new technical challenges and new opportunities emerged for us. IDC spun-off its UAV technical assets into a new, independent company, AERO Corporation. Thus was born a new and fresh enterprise with a long and successful lineage in the toughest R&D environment in the world.
At first, AERO's technological brain-trust concentrated its R&D activities on "forward-innovation - or future technologies --- for UAV communications, command and control, and a wide range of "use-case" applications. As the challenges were met and new ones appeared, AERO evolved from being an R&D lab to a full-service UAV integrator making a wide range of UAV technologies and services all work seamlessly together. Today, AERO delivers considerable expertise in support of commercial and industrial entities, utilities. aerospace organizations, federal and municipal agencies, and U.S. defense initiatives.
In 2019, AERO launched AERO 7G Communications Corporation - a subsidiary totally dedicated to establishing nationwide remote ID and tracking of drones and robots. Read about our evolutionary solutions: www.aero7g.com
AERO pilots are Part 107 certified.
The AERO Advantage
AERO Corporation develops integrated UAVs and low-altitude airspace management systems to support industrial robotic aerial operations (Aerobotics), performing tasks that may otherwise be difficult or impossible.
Our fully-integrated UAVs have redundant networking and comms - using radio, cellular, and satellite communications to ensure the full-time tracking and control of robotic vehicles, even from thousands of miles away.
AERO provides end-to-end solution for enterprises employing UAVs (or drones) in their operations. We enable organizations to deploy UAV and aerobotic technology effectively in situations where manned operations would be dangerous, costly or less effective.