October 16, 2017
Bogner brings over 17 years of experience of in business and general aviation avionics systems design, development and support.
Mineral Wells, TX (October 16, 2017) –– Representatives of Genesys Aerosystems announced today that the company has appointed general aviation avionics industry veteran Nick Bogner as the company’s new Director of Business Development.
“We are extremely excited to be able to attract Nick to our senior management team,” stated Genesys Aerosystems President and CEO Roger Smith. “We are on the threshold of a number of key product development projects and those efforts will only benefit from adding Nick’s enviable blend of product engineering and general aviation avionics industry experience.”
Prior to joining Genesys Aerosystems, Bogner had served as the Vice President of Engineering at Bendix/King since 2012. Before that he served as the VP and Chief Operating Officer at Dynon Avionics for 12 years.
“Joining the Genesys team is an exceptional opportunity for me,” Bogner said. “We have outstanding products for both the fixed-wing and helicopter markets and are in the process of introducing two new digital flight control systems for Part 23 and Part 25 aircraft types. This is a very exciting time to join a very forward-thinking company.”
In addition to his broad experience in leadership roles with leading avionics manufacturers, Bogner has also served on the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) Technical Policy Committee and the Electronic Systems Subcommittee. He has also been a committee member with the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) and served as a member of the FAA Part 23 Reorganization Aircraft Rulemaking Committee.
About Genesys Aerosystems
Genesys Aerosystems is a leading provider of integrated avionics systems for military and civil customers. Genesys Aerosystems’ avionics systems can be offered individually or integrated to provide an entire cockpit. Its synthetic vision Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS) revolutionized safety in low-level flight operations and is now approved on more than 700 aircraft and helicopter models. Genesys Aerosystems’ Helicopter Stability Augmentation System and Autopilot (HeliSAS) adds to its extensive range of S-TEC autopilot solutions and brings added safety within the reach of a host of operators for whom such systems were previously too expensive or heavy. For more information, visit: www.genesys-aerosystems.com.
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