International Aero Navigation Systems Concern, JSC (IANS) is an innovative research and production company, one of the leaders in the development and implementation of advanced technologies and systems ensuring safe and efficient operations of manned and unmanned aircraft of civil and special-purpose aviation in Russia.
The company was established in 2012 on the basis of Zhukovsky Air Force Engineering Academy scientific resources. IANS staff includes 18 doctors and 64 PHDs, including 11 professors.
IANS owns more than 45 Russian and international patents and certificates.
All equipment is developed in accordance with the ICAO standards and recommended practices (SARPS) as well as the standards of the world meteorological organization (WMO), the European Organisation for Civil Aviation Equipment (EUROCAE), and the Radio engineering commission for aeronautics (RTCA).
IANS equipment is operated successfully in various climatic conditions, including the equator and the arctic.
IANS has completed a number of major projects in Russia, CIS and Southeast Asia and implemented innovative solutions that basically don’t have analogues, including: deployment of remote video surveillance systems, low-level wind shear warning system, wake vortex detection system behind aircraft, meteorological RADARs and others.
All the company's developments are tested at the Orlovka flight experimental base located in Tver region.
The airfield is equipped with two runways (asphalt and unpaved) and is officially certified for night operations.
The Orlovka airfield is an accredited test laboratory for unmanned aviation in the Russian Federation.