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Dynon Expands Facilities with Research Lab

Positions Open for Software Engineers, Solderers with Electronics Manufacturer

Dynon Avionics announced an expansion in Fargo, North Dakota, adding a new engineering site to chart the way forward as they aim to provide cost effective, high-performance panel equipment.

The news comes as a shot in the arm for the growing company, building up a name for itself that eclipses its popularity from years past. Before, Dynon Avionics was seen as a kind of affordable, sport-focused option for cash-strapped owners and operators, a lesser alternative to the big names and big price tags seen on larger, type certificated aircraft. Those days are long gone, as Dynon honed its products to the point of competing and triumphing over avionics twice the cost. Today, Dynon goes toe to toe with the big boys even in certificated aircraft, with Dynon D30 touchscreen EFD/MFD suites seen in brand new Barons, Skylanes, and more. There's a reason Dynon has more than 20,000 aircraft in the system today - it gives operators all the functionality and performance desired of solid, well-built, thoughtfully programmed avionics, while giving their money to a brand that has remained down to Earth and appreciative of the support. 

With the new facility, Dynon is looking for more in-laws to join the fold. Employment slots are open for those with experience in software engineering. Experience in C/C++ seems to be the main gist of Dynon's code base - aviation isn't really the place to start using flavor-of-the-month fad languages, after all. Benefits, PTO, tuition and even flight training reimbursement all round out the handsome package when working for Dynon Avionics.

“Dynon is experiencing tremendous growth, and this new facility allows us to expand our talented engineering team,” said Brad Thurow, Vice President of Engineering for Dynon. “Fargo and the State of North Dakota boasts a thriving aviation industry and a highly skilled workforce. We are excited for the pivotal role this new center will have in shaping the future of Dynon.”

FMI: www.dynon.com

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