Sagetech Avionics Expands Worldwide Presence with New Reseller Community – Drones Information

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Sagetech Avionics will employ a global network of resellers to supply certified miniature transponders to military and civilian drone manufacturers.

Sagetech Avionics, an innovative technology company that provides industry-leading security solutions for unmanned aerial systems (UAS), announced today that it has significantly expanded its international reach through new agreements with a network of leading resellers.

“Small to medium-sized UAVs are one of the fastest growing segments in the UAS industry and many need or need transponders for collision avoidance and situational awareness,” said Tom Furey, CEO of Sagetech Avionics. “We signed up new agents to support local sales as the need for transponders from military and civilian drone manufacturers grows worldwide. We look forward to productive sales relationships with all of our newly appointed partners. “

The following resellers are now available to answer product inquiries and take orders:

India Apollo Micro Systems
Israel FMS Aerospace
Italy Eurolink Systems
Italy Milano Systems
Mexico Decsef Sistemas
South Korea W. I. Engineering Co. Ltd.
Singapore Oriens Group
Spain Aerogenix
Spain UAV navigation
Spain Embention
Turkey BSM Teknoloji Ltd.

Sagetech Avionics will continue to expand its reseller network over the coming months and years. For full reseller information, see the Sagetech Avionics website.

About Sagetech Avionics
Sagetech Avionics improves awareness of the flight situation and ensures the safe operation of unmanned flight systems in controlled airspace. Sagetech supplies the world’s most reliable, certifiable miniature transponders for civil and military applications that have been used in harsh environments with 1.5 million flight hours for more than a decade. Sagetech transponders are standard or optional equipment on most small and medium-sized UAVs. Learn more at www.sagetech.com.

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