Avionics databus specialist AIM establishes U.S. office to support North American military and commercial aviation

TREVOSE, Pa., 13 Aug. 2010. Avionics databus and networking specialist AIM is establishing a U.S.-based presence as AIM-USA, based in Trevose, Pa., outside of Philadelphia to support the U.S. and Canadian aerospace and defense market. AIM also has its AIM GmbH office in Freiburg, Germany, and its AIM-UK office based in High Wycombe, England.

Aug 13th, 2010

TREVOSE, Pa., 13 Aug. 2010.Avionics databus and networking specialist AIM is establishing a U.S.-based presence as AIM-USA, based in Trevose, Pa., outside of Philadelphia to support the U.S. and Canadian aerospace and defense market. AIM also has its AIM GmbH office in Freiburg, Germany, and its AIM-UK office based in High Wycombe, England.

AIM, which specializes in avionics databus test, supports MIL-STD-1553A/B, STANAG 3910/EFEX, ARINC 429, AFDX/ARINC 664/Gigabit Ethernet, ARINC 825 (CAN bus), Panavia Serial Link, Fibre Channel, and MIL-STD-1760 (HS1760). The company provides databus interface products in PMC, PC104+, PC-Card, PCI, CompactPCI, VME, USB, and VXI form factors.

Heading up the U.S. office of AIM is Bill Wargo, who is president and responsible for supporting support AIM product users. Wargo was formerly vice president of sales and marketing at L-3 Communications Telemetry East, a manufacturer of missile and aircraft flight test instrumentation and airborne and ground telemetry products based in Bristol, Pa.

"We are establishing a network of technically qualified U.S. personnel including sales engineers and field applications engineers, who will be strategically based throughout the U.S.," Wargo says. As of 1 Oct. AIM-USA will be the only authorized AIM GmbH sales & technical support center in the U.S. For more information contact AIM online at www.aim-online.com.

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