Becker is a leader in digital avionics technology. We set the standard in customer-centric, state-of-the-art ground and airborne solutions.

Becker Avionics is a privately held high-tech company that develops, manufactures and distributes the latest communications, navigation, surveillance and search & rescue equipment for airborne and ground applications.

Becker Avionics has a longstanding history of over 50 years in providing equipment to General and Corporate Aviation, ATC, law enforcement and military organizations around the world. In order to support international market requirements the Company has established branches around the world.



The Becker Avionics success-story starts in 1956. At the edge of an airfield in Baden- Baden in the South-Western part of the young Federal Republic of Germany, the company Becker Flugfunk GmbH is founded by one of those legendary and charismatic entrepreneurs that shaped postwar Germany.

The company's founder, Max-Egon Becker, along with Max Grundig, Helmut Horten and Josef Neckermann, is amongst the pioneers of the German economic miracle of the Fifties and Sixties. His passion for aviation and his flair for revolutionary technical solutions identify the corporate culture right from the beginning. In touch with the everyday practice of avia-tion, the young corporation writes important chapters in the history of avionics. Compact architecture, extraordinary robustness and energy saving electronics, made possible by the extensive use of semi-conductors; characterize the devices marked with the blue Becker brand.

"Max-Egon", as his team admiringly call him, succeeds to inspire his young son Roland with his passion for aviation. At the age of 17 Roland Becker receives a Private Pilot License issued by the Swiss Aviation Authority. In the early Seventies, while studying Business Administration, he is granted an IFR license and twin-engine rating. After graduation, and a stay abroad in Latin America, he starts his activities with the management of the Becker Flugfunk Corporation.

Roland Becker is soon confronted with the peculiarities of the European aviation industry. US aircraft, equipped with US manufactured avionics, dominate the German and European market. Despite this uneven competition Roland Becker succeeds in winning the licensed French Cessna manufacturer "Reims Aviation'' as a client for the newly developed Becker product line 2000. In addition, a license to manufacture US military air radios is obtained, thus the corporation maintains economic viability. Some years later, a further breakthrough is achieved, with the MBB Corporation accepting Becker avionics for the BO 105 helicopter. During these years the foundations of a pan-European aviation industry are laid with Airbus and Eurocopter. Former French competitors consolidate, Sextant, later to become Thales, emerges as a strong competitor.

In 1981 the founder Max-Egon Becker suddenly dies at the early age of 63. Except for his son, Roland, none of the family heirs are interested in the continuation of the corporation. Roland Becker therefore assumes all company shares. It is the beginning of a difficult time affected by internal re-organization and the development of new products and supplemental markets.

At the beginning of the 21st century the Becker Avionics International Group, including subsidiaries, representatives, and a comprehensive network of service centres, is present in all the important aviation markets, contributing flexibility and innovative ability that is typical of a medium sized enterprise. The product portfolio has been extended far beyond VFR-aviation. The corporation is a market leader for airborne Intercommunication Systems, setting bench-marks in the growing retrofit market. When it comes to bespoke system- development and long-term programmes, Becker is considered a strong and reliable partner within the industry. The Becker R&D teams offer a large portfolio of custom-made solutions in the area of antenna and radio technology (from 100 Hertz to the Gigahertz range), navigation, direction finding, sensor technologies, digital communication, signal processing and software engineering.

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Becker Avionics is a privately held multinational enterprise that develops, manufactures and distributes the latest communications, navigation, surveillance and search & rescue equipment for airborne and ground applications. For over 50 years, Becker Avionics has provided avionics equipment to general and corporate aviation, ATC, law enforcement and military organizations around the world.

Becker Avionics is dedicated to meeting individual customer requirements, backed by the company's real commitment to quality and customer satisfaction. Its avionics solutions are renowned for their sturdiness, compact size and state of the art technology: they are transforming today's legacy platforms into the platforms of tomorrow.

With an excellent reputation for unsurpassed quality and reliability, it is not surprising that Becker Avionics received a "Best Product Brand of the Year 2009" from Aerokurier Magazine. The award confirms the success of Becker Avionics' efforts to develop and deliver products with the features, performance and quality that customers want and expect.

Becker Avionics has a long history as an audio and avionics innovator and pioneer. The group designs, manufactures, sells and supports a complete range of navigation and communication equipment for Airborne, Air Traffic Control, Mobile and Search and Rescue Applications.

Becker Avionics extensive customer base includes, but is not limited to: AgustaWestland, Airbus, ATR, the Austrian Army and Police, British Aerospace, CASA, the Dutch Police, EADS, the Egyptian Navy, Eurocopter; the German Air Force, Navy and Army; the German Border Patrol, the German Police, the Indonesian Navy, Pilatus, the Irish Air Corps, the Portuguese Air Force, RUAG, the Swiss Air Force, the US Army, US Air Force, US Navy and US Auxiliary Civil Air Patrol; and Xi'an Aircraft Corporation.

Research and Development is performed in Germany, Poland and Taiwan, with industrialization and production activities in Germany, France, USA and Taiwan.

The Becker Avionics Group employs over 200 staff, over half of which are qualified engineers and technicians.

In order to support the international market requirements the Company has established branches in the following countries around the world:

Becker Brazil
Becker do Brasil LTDA.
Avenida Marechal Câmara 160
- Sala 928 - Edif. Orly - Centro
CEP 20020-080
Rio de Janeiro-RJ
Tel.. +55 (21) 2524-8466

Becker China
Beijing Office
Suite 5-201, Building #32
Xing-Fu-Er-cun, Chaoyang District
Beijing 100027
People's Republic of China
Tel.: +86 (10) 64158855

Becker France
Becker Électronique (SARL)
Zone Artisanale Popins
F-90500 Beaucourt
Tel : +33 (0384) 56 50 00

Head Office:
Becker Avionics GmbH Germany
D-77836 Rheinmünster
Baden Airpark B 108
Tel.: +49 (7229)-305-0

Becker Poland
Becker Avionics Polska Sp. z o.o.
Jana Długosza 60
51-162 Wrocław
Tel.: +48 (71) 341 95 01

Becker Taiwan
Becker Electronics Taiwan Ltd.
W24, No. 15, 9 Lin;
Shih Chi Zhu;
Kau Pin Village, Lung Tang,
325 Tao Yuan Hsien
Tel.: +886 (3) 471-0992

Becker USA
Becker Avionics, Inc.
10376 USA Today Way
Miramar, Fl 33025,USA
Tel: +1 (954) 450-3137

Becker USA Team

Sakhr Naal

VP of Operations
Luis Gonzalez

Director of Sales and Marketing
David Olgesbee

Sales Account Manager
Floyd Rodney

Latin America Sales Manager
Arturo Garcia

Logistics & Production
Tom Fisher

Product Support & Service
Clinton Pando

Office Manager
Virginia Gomez


Becker Avionics supports an extensive customer base, such as, but not limited to :
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agusta_westland ATR
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dg Diamond Aircraft
dg Grob Aircraft
dg Helibras Helicopter
pilatus Pilatus
pilatus Ruag
Xian Xian Aircraft Industry Group

Becker Avionics Military / Police Customers:

•Airbus Supply, Airbus Defense and Space
•Austrian Army and Police
•British Aerospace
•Dutch Police, Security Civil
•Egyptian Navy
•German Air Force, Navy and Army
•German Border Patrol
•German Police
•Indonesian Navy
•Irish Air Corps
•Portuguese Air Force
•Swiss Air Force
•US Army, US Air Force, US Navy and US Auxiliary Civil Air Patrol, etc.