S-TEC Corporation

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S-TEC Corporation
Industry Aerospace
Founded 1978
Headquarters Mineral Wells, Texas, USA
Products Avionics
Parent Genesys Aerosystems
Website www.s-tec.com

S-TEC Corporation is a United States corporation that was founded in 1978 and is headquartered in Mineral Wells, Texas. It manufactures flight control systems for the General Aviation aftermarket and for a number of original equipment manufacturers. S-TEC is the leader in the general aviation autopilot market for small- and mid-sized planes.


Meggitt acquired S-TEC and S-TEC Unmanned Technologies (SUTI) for $24 million in 2000.[1][2] (DRS Technologies purchased the UAV business from Meggitt in 2002[3] but later closed the Mineral Wells facility.)

S-TEC was purchased for $38 million by Cobham plc in 2008.[4][5]

In April 2014, Cobham sold Chelton Flight Systems and S-TEC Corporation to Genesys Aerosystems.[6][7]





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