A Florida-based company that produces Unmanned Aerial Systems is expanding in Dayton and Sinclair Community Collegehas been cleared to fly its aircraft.
Altavian Inc., of Gainesville, Fla., announced at a gathering of local officials Monday it will build a logistics and maintenance depot in the Dayton region.
John Perry, CEO of Altavian, wasn’t prepared to say how many jobs it would bring or the location of the facility. He said the depot would specialize in manufacturing and maintenance of the company’s product line. It produces two UAV models, the Nova Block III and the Condor.