AVAV Share Price

Open 26.41 Change Price %
High 27.64 1 Day -1.72 -5.86
Low 25.76 1 Week -0.22 -0.79
Close 27.62 1 Month 3.12 12.73
Volume 1249241 1 Year 3.15 12.87
52 Week High 32.19
52 Week Low 0.00
AVAV Important Levels
Resistance 2 29.36
Resistance 1 28.64
Pivot 27.01
Support 1 26.60
Support 2 25.88
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AeroVironment, Inc. (NASDAQ: AVAV)

AVAV Technical Analysis 3
As on 7th Dec 2016 AVAV Share Price closed @ 27.62 and we RECOMMEND Buy for LONG-TERM with Stoploss of 26.90 & Buy for SHORT-TERM with Stoploss of 25.26 we also expect STOCK to react on Following IMPORTANT LEVELS.
AVAV Target for December
1st Target up-side 31.24
2nd Target up-side 33.31
3rd Target up-side 35.37
1st Target down-side 25.36
2nd Target down-side 23.29
3rd Target down-side 21.23
AVAV Other Details
Segment EQ
Market Capital 503132640.00
Sector Industrial Goods
Industry Aerospace/Defense Products & Services
Offical website http://www.avinc.com
AVAV Address
AVAV
181 West Huntington Drive
Suite 202
Monrovia, CA 91016
United States
Phone: 626-357-9983
Fax: 626-359-9628
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AVAV Business Profile
AeroVironment, Inc., incorporated on July 27, 1971, designs, develops, produces and supports a portfolio of products and services. The Company operates in two segments: Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and Efficient Energy Systems (EES). The Company’s UAS business segment focuses primarily on the design, development, production and support of UAS that provide situational awareness and other mission effects. Its EES, business segment focuses primarily on the design, development, production and support of electric energy systems that address the growing demand for electric transportation solutions. The Company supplies UAS, and related services primarily to organizations within the United States Department of Defense (DoD). The Company also supplies charging systems and services for electric vehicles (EVs) and power cycling and test systems to commercial, consumer and government customers. The Company’s small UAS, including Raven, Wasp and Puma, are designed to provide valuable ISR, including real-time tactical reconnaissance, tracking, combat assessment and geographic data, directly to the small tactical unit or individual warfighter, thereby increasing flexibility in mission planning and execution. Its small UAS wirelessly transmit critical live video and other information generated by their payload of electro-optical or infrared sensors directly to a hand-held ground control unit, enabling the operator to view and capture images, during the day or at night, on the control unit. Its ground control systems allow the operator to control the aircraft by programming it for global positioning system (GPS)-based autonomous navigation using operator-designated way-points and also provide for manual flight operation. All of its small UAS in production operate from its common ground control system. In military applications, its small systems enable tactical commanders to observe around the next corner, to the next intersection or past the ridgeline in real-time. Its small UAS also include spare equipment, alternative payload modules, batteries, chargers, repair services and customer support. Each system in its small UAS portfolio typically includes multiple aircraft, its common and interoperable hand-held ground control system and an array of spare parts and accessories. Additionally, its DDL enables each air vehicle to operate as an Internet-Protocol addressable hub capable of routing and relaying video, voice and data to and from multiple other nodes on this ad hoc network. This capability will enable beyond line-of-sight operation of its small UAS, further enhancing their value proposition to its customers.