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Avionics Systems Engineering Training,  Innovative Crash Course

Avionics Systems Engineering Training (for detailed agenda CLICK HERE), Crash Course is a 4-day training course provides a fundamentals, technical and practical introduction to the avionics and aerospace professionals, both in commercial and military . Avionic Systems Engineering Training can be tailored and customized tailored to provide delegates with a broad overview of systems engineering disciplines applied to avionics and aerospace, focusing on ConOps, functions, analysis, design, verification, validation, and operational support when it comes to avionic system design and implementation.

Avionics Systems Engineering Training Course Objectives

Upon the completion of Avionic Systems Engineering Training Crash Course, the participants will be able to:

  • Identify the key goals and requirements of Avionics systems
  • List major airborne avionic functions and systems along with technologies, products and functional requirements.
  • Describe steps in Avionics systems engineering and detailed aspects of all the processes throughout the system lifecycle
  • Discuss Avionics systems requirements writing and engineering steps
  • Sketch Avionics system architectures and explain the roles of the important functions, nodes, disciplines and interfaces
  • Describe the key technical enhancements introduced in the Avionics systems engineering and discuss how they contribute to the reliability, maintainability and  performance of Avionics systems
  • List the steps involved in setting up and managing a typical Avionics systems engineering including models, tools, templates, and best practices
  • Discuss the important considerations when planning, designing and deploying commercial and military Avionics and Aerospace systems

Course Topics

  • Overview of Avionic Systems and Systems Engineering Processes
  • Support of Avionic systems, projects and programs
  • Avionic Systems Requirements Definition and Analysis
  • Analysis, designs and requirements definitions for new software systems, system configurations, sub-systems, and hardware products
  • Electrical, Mechanical and Service Subsystems and Components
  • The Cockpit Environment
  • Flight Control Systems
  • Engine Control Systems
  • Fuel Systems
  • Hydraulic Systems
  • Electrical Systems
  • Pneumatic Systems
  • Environmental Control Systems
  • Emergency Systems
  • Airborne Surveillance Systems
  • Rotary Wing Systems
  • Advanced Systems
  • Global Positioning System (GPS)
  • Inertial navigation systems (INS)
  • Radio Navigational Subsystems
  • Airborne Instrumentation
  • Pulsed and continuous wave
  • Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR)
  • System Design and Development
  • Avionics Technology
  • Military Avionics
  • Avionics Protocols in Military
  • MIL-1553-B
  • MIL-1773
  • MIL-1760
  • Fault tolerant design
  • Avionics function design and safety
  • FAA Certification
  • Software Considerations in Airborne Systems and Equipment Certification
  • Standards for Processing Aeronautical Data
  • Fundamentals of DO-178C
  • Design Assurance of Airborne Electronic Hardware
  • Fundamentals of DO-254
  • Standards for Processing Aeronautical Data
  • Integrated Modular Avionics Development Guidance and Certification Considerations
  • Guidelines for Development of Civil Aircraft and Systems
  • Guidelines and Methods for Conducting the Safety Assessment Process on Civil Airborne Systems and Equipment
  • Design reviews of avionics requirements implementation
    Assist in customer proposal development with system definition and functional
  • Prototype development of new avionic systems, configuration, software and products.
  • In-depth troubleshooting and debugging of avionic system designs

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