At the Forefront of Innovation

Fusion Engineering leads the market with innovative drone control technology solutions. Dedicated to quality, and a passion for delivering innovation takes our company into the future with determination, confidence, and energy.

We are industry leaders, bringing the future to today. We use our multifaceted expertise to bring the latest innovations to our customers, and embrace the fast-changing evolution of technology around us. We set the benchmark in innovation.

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Who We Are

Fusion Engineering was founded in 2017 in Delft and has grown considerably ever since. Our goal is to lead technology into the future, creating a benchmark for quality products that is unparalleled. We deliver a strong and unique brand to the market that forges a new definition of outstanding technology.

Our passion, diversity, and energy drive our future, turning our ideas into reality. We embrace the talents of our brilliant team who hail from a diverse range of experience and backgrounds. Hence our name, Fusion Engineering.

Discover the next step in flight control technology

At Fusion Engineering we are working to create the most reliable, flexible and easy-to-use flight controller for any type of multirotor drone.

We have started from the ground up, developing our own flexible and reliable software platform. On top of this platform, we built innovative flight control algorithms to ensure more accurate positioning, disturbance rejection, and fault tolerance.

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Future Ready

The Fusion Reflex IM is perfect for drone manufacturers that work on drone applications for the future. We work hard every day to deliver you the finest state-of-the-art flight controller that will fit your design the best. User friendliness, safety and compliance are our top priority. Join us now and get your hands on ground-breaking tech built for the commercial drone market and designed for the future.

Partners

The Fusion Reflex is being tested internationally by our testing partners: Dronetools in Spain, Dronistics in Switzerland, eAvia in Norway and in the AIRTuB project from World Class Maintenance at the Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre (NLR).