- "When duty calls-- AccuTech is there."
- ―Accutech promotional video
AccuTech is a subsidiary of Stark Industries.
Originally based in California, Accutech has grown from a small R&D firm founded by then-CEO Gilbert O'Conner, into an international, knowledge-based corporate empire based in over 30 countries with over 4,800 employees.
After its absorption by Stark Industries, AccuTech's work was geared towards the development of the kind of weapons and security systems that made Stark Industries billions. Accutech helped develop such weapons as the Jericho missile and the Stark Sonic Cannon.
After Tony Stark's escape from the Ten Rings and his decision to repurpose the Stark brand, he sent AccuTech a memo reading "For immediate release-- We no longer make weapons! Sincerely, Tony Stark". This caused AccuTech to change their focus to creating less military-based technology.
For the Stark Expo, AccuTech (now under the leadership of CEO Charles Healey) developed the Haz-Tek Exoskeleton, based in part on the designs of the Iron Man Armor: Mark IV. The exo-skeleton has applications in both the industrial and medical fields.
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