Uspensky Avionica Moscow Research and Production Complex JSC is one of the recognized leaders in the field of the Russian aircraft
JSC MRPC "Avionica", along with big developers and manufacturers of the aircraft equipment, is part of Avionica Concern JSC, as well as of Aircraft Engineering Concern JSC holding company established within the framework of Russian Technologies State Corporation.
The close integration between the company and Elara JSC, the biggest Russian serial manufacturer of control systems, allows to exploit maximum effectively intellectual and production potential of two enterprises. This opens new prospects for production promotion to domestic and foreign markets.
JSC MRPC "Avionica" is the modern research and production complex with
JSC MRPC "Avionica" is developing and manufacturing prototypes of its products for special equipment, airplanes and helicopters of all classes and purposes by following basic directions:
- Integrated flight control systems (IFCS);
- Automatic flight control systems (AFCS);
Fly-by-wirecontrol systems (FBW);
- Integrated digital complexes;
- Dedicated avionics systems;
- Electromechanical actuators for control systems;
- Software for
- Automatic components for wide application:
- integral sensor units;
- angular and translational displacement sensors;
The company products are used in advanced domestically produced airplanes and helicopters.
Unique product characteristics are achieved due to the development of software and algorithms for critical aircraft control systems by using
For functional debugging, verification and certification of software, and qualification of control systems as in general JSC MRPC "Avionica" develops integrated Electronic
The company has implemented a quality management system which corresponds with GOST RV 15.002–2003 and GOST R ISO 9001–2008 standards.
JSC MRPC "Avionica" has licenses for the development, manufacturing and repair of aircraft equipment including military and
The company’s research and engineering activities account for about 60% of its total work content.