In MIA's humble beginnings, I started designing free-flight rubber powered helicopters and selling them as kits via local hobby shops and through small ads in radio control model magazines.
Over the years, this work evolved into some of the very first micro, sub-micro and palm-size rc helicopter kits, on the rc market, and later on into rc autogyros and high performance radio control microlight and ultralight flying machines.
Most of the work is done by myself, I control of every aspect of my products, from concept, to design, to manufacturing, to getting it to your hands. This allows me to ensure that the end product, you get, is of high quality and nothing less than what I would want myself. Think of this, as a product crafted on a personal basis.
In addition, I provide one-one technical support via e-mail, phone or in person, sometimes, or as required, for local customers. Something rare, in today's mass manufactured product business world.
While I strive to be as precise as possible, there are times when things don't allow so, but in my view, nothing is impossible with the right information and tools, and every problem has a solution when approached with patience, undertanding, logic and integrity.