Reconnaissance monobloc, biplane, developed by the Italian aviation company IMAM in the first half of the thirties and produced, as well as by itself, also under license by Avio Industrie Stabiensi (AVIS) and Caproni di Taliedo. Traditional design aircraft with sesquiplana wing configuration, with aluminum and canvas covering. Ro.37 bis had sub-naval and fuselage attacks for a bomb load of about 150 kg. The Ro.37 saw a moderate success in the export, being also used by the Hungarian, Afghan and some central and South America aeronautics.