Wednesday, November 29, 2023


Revolutionizing agricultural aviation


Pilot flies from the ground, cut risk of injury or worse


Cut 50% operating costs compared to turbines


Get more coverage by flying two aircraft non-stop

Edison Aerospace is an American company applying modern technology to move Agriculture into the 21st Century

Edison Aerospace is the first company in the world that will upgrade the airplanes used by spray operators to let them do a better job at a lower cost, while keeping them safe from the dangers they face daily. Edison provides a complete package that let’s the operator work all day long using the Ground Control Station.

Edison aircraft

Heavy 1

full-size spray aircraft

Heavy1 - a 200 gallon capacity, the first of its size, to remove the pilot from the cockpit and cut operating costs by switching from a turbine to electric power. With a wingspan of 40’ and a MTOW of 3,000lbs, the Heavy1

Edison Aerospace Inc Heavy1 aerial application electric airplane full size unmanned crop sprayer

So how does the Edison aircraft work?

We combine original design and off-the-shelf components to bring you a cost-effective replacement for your current spray aircraft.

We use electric motors

We remove the pilot from the cockpit

The Ground Control Station

Edison Aerospace Inc ground control station solar panel array unfolded recharge airplane

Ground Control Station

Ground Control Station

The Edison Ground Control Station (patent pending) turns our Heavy1 aircraft into a complete aerial application package that will allow you to keep flying non-stop for extended periods of time, all day long and into the night.

Gene Avakyan ceo of edison aerospace inc

Spray Operator?

If you are a current spray operator in the US or anywhere in the world, please contact us to let us know about your particular situation and how Edison can offer you a better option.

Our biggest selling points to the operators are the 50% reduction in operating costs, improved safety, and likely lower insurance rates for low-time operators.

We are here to help you, the operator, so please get in touch and tell us what features you'd like to see us include for you. Thank you and fly safe!

Our Partners

We thank our industry and educational institution partners!

Virginia Tech
NDSU - North Dakota State University
University of Central Florida
Aveo Engineering
Agrospar Machinery
t motor
AeroFleet One
Sprayer Specialties

From our CEO

Our goal is nothing less than to replace every single turbine and piston Ag spray aircraft with one of our electric models. Our spray operators and pilots deserve nothing less than to operate more profitable, cleaner, safer, and more efficient spray aircraft! It's about time they've been liberated from dependence on foreign oil as well!

Gene Avakyan

CEO, Edison Aerospace Inc


Gene Avakyan


Chief engineer, Aerospace Engineering and MBA degrees. Head of Edison Aerospace and hands-on designer and builder of the Edison product line.

Victoria Unikel


Head of marketing and supply chain management; celebrity and public persona. Extensive marketing and importing experience.

David Golubchik


Investor relations and legal advisor. Partner in well-established Los Angeles legal practice.

Dr. Thomas De La Garza Lieutenant Colonel (Retired)


Decorated US Army officer and PhD with 28 years experience in multi domain and special operations. Most recently served as Air Domain Chief in NORAD Joint Operations Center.

Prof. Yong Hou


Materials research engineer at ND Institute of Energy Studies. Theoretical and applied domain expertise in energy storage and delivery systems.

Prof. Leon Schumacher


Ph.D., NDSU Chair of Dept. of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering. Edison will work with Dr. Schumacher and his department to test aircraft spray performance and operation.

Prof. William Devenport


R&D Director of VT Stability Wind Tunnel, Virginia Tech. Prof Devenport’s team will be retained at the Stage II test cycle for wind tunnel testing of airframe.

Asst Prof. Samik Bhattacharya


Ph.D., University of Central Florida - CFD (computational fluid dynamics) analysis of airframe.

Asst Prof. Michael Kinzel


University of Central Florida - FEA (finite element analysis) and CFD analysis of flight structures.

Renee Shelton


Commercialization Specialist, University of North Dakota. Key business development member of the extended team.



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