Bugeye Technologies was formed in 2003 as part of the “Boeing Chairman’s Innovation Initiative - Project # 619” as a spin-out company to utilize key technologies developed for the Joint Strike Fighter program. Of more than 1,200 applicants, Bugeye was one of only 5 that were spun-out. Today Bugeye Technologies occupies a 13,500 square foot manufacturing facility in North America, just outside of St. Louis in Union Missouri. Bugeye's flight simulation products are shipped worldwide from this facility.
Bugeye is dedicated to making your simulation solutions faster, better and more reliable. Bugeye’s key partners are located in close proximity to enhance the production of rapid prototypes and special projects for customers. To extend the life cycle of your product, Bugeye has designed flight controls with field maintenance in mind. Bugeye Technologies knows the importance details and cost structure can make in the success of a simulation program.
The Bugeye Quality Management System [QMS] conforms to the requirements of ISO 9001 and complies with relevant customer and legal/regulatory requirements.
The scope of the QMS includes the design, build and assembly of visual simulators for the aerospace industry.
Our goal is to meet or exceed customer expectations for quality and on-time delivery.
Bugeye Technologies pledges to:
Fully understand and comply with each customer’s requirements
Continually improve our performance and processes
Operate under a Quality Management System that meets the requirements of ISO 9001.
Mike Stockton - President
Expert mechanical engineer who co-developed many complex simulation solutions that are still in use today. He was instrumental in developing training concepts and solutions for F-14, A-6, F-15, F-18, T-45, and JSF training projects. Mike is a patent holder of the Bugeye’s Continuous Virtual Image Technology.
Martin Kaiser – Vice President of Finance
Former President and CEO of Distribution Control Systems, Inc. (DCSI), in St. Louis, MO, a subsidiary of ESCO Technologies where he held various management positions. From 2000 to 2006, he was President and spearheaded growth in annual company sales from $25M to $120M. Marty provides guidance to Bugeye in the areas of finance, planning and customer base expansion while preparing Bugeye to meet market demand and future growth.
Kyle Zick – Director of Business Development
Mechanical engineer with more than 10 years experience in aerospace manufacturing, flight simulation and training systems. Kyle has been with Bugeye Technologies since 2015 and held roles as quality manager, manufacturing engineer and production manager prior to serving as the Director of Business Development. This in-depth knowledge of Bugeye's operations allows him to better understand how Bugeye can meet customers' requirements.
Adam Marquart – Director of Engineering
Mechanical Engineer with over 8 years experience in flight simulation and training systems. Adam has been intimately involved with nearly all of Bugeye's design efforts since he joined Bugeye in 2010. He works with a team of talented designers and draftsmen to rapidly develop even the most complex simulation solutions.
Josh Butler – Director of Program Management and Manufacturing
Mechanical Engineer with over 8 years experience in aerospace manufacturing and flight simulation - training systems. Josh joined Bugeye in 2015 and is responsible for tracking programs from the design cycle through completion of testing.
John Graham – Quality Manager
Over 15 years experience in quality management in aerospace manufacturing, flight simulation and training systems. John is a certified AS9100 and ISO 9001 lead auditor. He has a passion for ensuring high quality products and processes and he is the consummate professional when it comes to resolving issues with both vendors and customers alike.