Universal Avionics Systems Corporation is an international company headquartered in Tucson, Arizona. It primarily focuses on Flight Management Systems (FMS) and cockpit instrument displays for private, business, and commercial aircraft. Universal Avionics has offices in Arizona, Kansas, Washington, Georgia, and Switzerland Universal Avionics was founded in 1981 by Hubert L. Naimer. Their first FMS was introduced in 1982. In 1999, Universal Avionics started their Instrument Division with the purchase of a line of flat panel integrated displays from Avionic Displays Corporation of Norcross, Georgia. On September 12, 2004, Hubert L. Naimer died and his son Joachim L. Naimer assumed the position of President and CEO. On September 25, 2007, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) gave TSO approval to Universals WAAS/SBAS enabled Flight Management Systems. It was the first FMS to be certified for WAAS LPV. Universal has been offering the UNS-1 line of Flight Management Systems since 1982.