This week, Digital Aerolus completed the move into the new expanded office, development, and warehouse space in Lenexa. This move will make it far easier for the Company to accelerate its development of advanced software and hardware for advanced drones and UAVs.

We announced our move with the press release below.

This early photo shows the entry and showroom areas in the new facility. We’re planning an Open House promo sometime soon. You’re invited!! Stand by for more info!!

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Digital Aerolus, Inc.
CEO Jeff Alholm
[email protected]
9910 Widmer Road
Lenexa, KS USA 66215


Drone Developer Digital Aerolus Announces Move to New Facility

Lenexa, Kan. – August 07, 2018

Digital Aerolus, developer of drone software and hardware for use by industry and first responders, today announced the relocation of its operations and headquarters to a larger facility in Lenexa, Kansas. The new location offers expanded space to meet the growth requirements of the business.

“Growing a new technology business presents exciting challenges. This relocation will help Digital Aerolus meet the demands of our customers,” said CEO Jeff Alholm. He added, “The new space gives us more space and flexibility for research and development, and for extended indoor test flights. At the same time, this move provides us with tremendous flexibility to expand in the future.”

The Digital Aerolus team of approximately 25 people work in the Lenexa facility. The Company also employs a small workforce of technology and sales specialists across the United States.

About Digital Aerolus

Digital Aerolus, based in Lenexa, Kansas, develops software and hardware for unmanned aerial systems, and manufactures the Aertos™ drones for industrial, warehouse and first responder markets. The company’s proprietary Folded Geometry flight Code (FGC™) equips drones to fly stably in confined spaces and challenging environments, including inside structures and underground where GPS signals may be compromised or denied. Designed upon advanced mathematics used in space flight control systems, FGC™ can adapt to power other UAV/UAS platforms. Read more about Digital Aerolus at


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