A year after celebrating its 40th anniversary in central New York, Marquardt Soaring into a new territory.Local contract manufacturers and global technology suppliers Drone technology industry, Bringing new manufacturing and employment to Cazenovia.
Marquardt is a major supporter of GENIUS NY, A $ 3 million business accelerator contest focused on unmanned spacecraft, the Internet of Things, robotics, and big data startups. Marquardt provides manufacturing expertise and experience to the companies in this contest, including access to 115,000 square feet of state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities.
Earlier this year, Marquardt secured a partnership with the 2021 GENIUS NY Grand Prize winners. Airtonomy -A company focused on drone data management. Marquardt is actively hiring several positions, including engineers, production associates, and business development roles, to continue to support new business opportunities alongside other current projects.
“We want to hire people who are passionate and innovative and want to be involved in shaping the future of drone technology and high-tech manufacturing in central New York,” said Steve Maloney, director of human resources. Told.
Marquardt is known as a leading manufacturer of complex systems in the automotive, off-road and home industries and has partnered with top companies such as Ford Motor Company, General Motors, John Deere and Stanley Black & Decker. The company manufactures a wide range of products and solutions, including wireless communication systems, electronic components and e-mobility technologies.
The sky is the limit and Marquardt sees a big future for drone technology. Over the past five years, New York has invested heavily to create a 50-mile unmanned autonomous system corridor and an advanced aerial mobility test site (commonly known as the “drone corridor”) between Syracuse and Griffith International Airport in Rome. I went.
Marquardt’s facility on Route 20 in Cazenovia is just a short drive from this huge test area.
“Central New York has the potential to become the’Silicon Valley’of drone technology,” explains Marquardt Business Development Manager Chris Berry. “These new drone startups are trying to build a business in our area, so Marquardt’s goal is to help launch products with accurate blueprints for success.”
For more information, please visit marquardt.com/us.
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