Chassis Plans and Aeronautics at AUSA



San Diego, CA – September 17, 2018: Chassis Plans, recognized for its combat proven technology, will be at the Washington DC AUSA event as part of the Israel-based Aeronautics Group of Companies.

Aeronautics Booth, # 3743 (rear of Hall C, near the big Battle Challenge pavilion)

At the show, CP will be demonstrating their computer hardware systems in conjunction with Aeronautics software for Ground Control Stations. Also, on display will be CP’s Portable hardware solutions and Aeronautics UAV solutions and DataLinks Solutions.

Chassis Plans is now part of the Aeronautics Ltd Group. Aeronautics provides integrated turnkey solutions based on unmanned systems platforms, payloads and communications for defense and civil applications. CP provides the hardware solutions used for Ground Control Stations.

We would like to introduce you to the latest defense technologies being introduced by Chassis Plans and Aeronautics.

“This acquisition by Aeronautics provides a variety of benefits for our customers,” explains Mike McCormack, President & CEO. “We have greatly broadened the range of defense industry systems and technologies we are now offering.  In addition, we can now provide service and support to our customers worldwide for COTs products, as well as custom developed solutions.”

More about Chassis Plans

Chassis Plans is now part of the Aeronautics Group of companies and is a manufacturer of computers, LCD displays, storage arrays that are designed and assembled in the USA for Military and Industrial applications. Founded in 1997, CP has long been the leader for Rugged and Custom Computers and LCD technologies serving the DoD and Industrial markets. For further information, visit the CP website at or call 800.787.4913 or email

The Aeronautics Group portfolio group also includes five other companies: PoziDrone, RT, Controp, Commtact and Zanzottera. Chassis Plans, Aeronautics’ sixth company is expected to contribute to further growth in Aeronautics’ revenues, which totaled $137 million in 2016. More info about Aeronautics at


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