Course Name Length
Advanced DO-178C Training Workshop 4 days
Advanced Link 16 Training 3 days
Aerospace Systems Engineering Training 3 days
Applied Systems Engineering for Logisticians 3 days
ARP-4754A Training | Civil Aircraft and Systems 3 days
ARP-4761 Training | Safety Assessment Guidelines 2 days
Avionic Systems Engineering Crash Course 4 days
Defense Demilitarization Program Course (DDPC) 3 days
DO-160G Training | Environmental Conditions and Test Procedures for Airborne Equipment 2 days
DO-178 And DO-254 Avionic Training Bootcamp 4 days
DO-178 Training | DO-178C Training | DO-254 Training 4 days
DO-178C Training Crash Course | Software Considerations in Airborne Systems and Equipment Certification 4 days
DO-178C Training | Workshop 3 days
DO-200A Training | Processing Aeronautical Data 2 days
DO-254 Training | Design Assurance of Airborne Electronic Hardware 2 days
DO-254 Training: Avionics Hardware 2 days
DO-278A Training | Software Integrity Assurance 3 days
DO-297 Training | IMA Development Guidance 2 days
EMC/EMI Training for Aerospace 3 days
Link 16 Cybresecurity Crash Course 4 days
Link 16 Training for Managers 3 days
Link 16 Training | Courses | Tactical Data Link Training 3 days
Link 22 Training 2 days
MIL-1553 Training | MIL-STD-1553 Training 2 days
MIL-1760 Training 2 days
Military Integrated Logistics Information System Training | MILIS Training Course 3 days
Military Operational Capability Concept Training | OCD Training 5 days
Supply Support Logistics Training Course 3 days
TTNT Training | Tactical Targeting Network Technology Training 2 days

Aerospace & Defense Engineering Training

Aerospace & Defense Engineering Training courses by TONEX are combinations of science and engineering practices and concepts that are required to create the civil, commercial and military aircrafts and spacecraft. Generally speaking, “defense” means equipment, support, and communication systems covering the land warfare, as well as the surface warships and submarines. TONEX intends to cover all areas of aerospace and defense engineering that is applied in these fields.

Aerospace engineering is the main area of engineering that addresses aircraft and spacecraft development. It is categorized into two main and overlapping branches: aeronautical engineering and astronomics engineering.

Aerospace & Defense Engineering Training

Aerospace engineering used to be called as aeronautical engineering, but as flight technology expanded to contain craft function in outer space, the wider term of “aerospace engineering” has mainly substituted it in common usage. Aerospace engineering, in particular the astronautics category, is sometimes referred to as “rocket science”, which is a wrong term to use.

defense training courses

Flight vehicles are expected to advance extremely fast to provide the unique conditions similar to those formed by changes in atmospheric pressure and temperature, with constructional loads used based on the elements of the vehicle. To that end, they are normally the results of different technological and engineering practices such as aerodynamics, propulsion, avionics, materials science, structural assessment and producing. The relationship among such technologies is referred to as aerospace engineering. Due to the complication and number of practices engaged, aerospace engineering is performed by interdisciplinary teams of engineers, each of which have their own unique expertise.

Aerospace & Defense Engineering, From the Systems Engineering Perspective

Due to the broad definition of systems engineering, any area that contains more than two elements that have an interaction with each other can be called a system. Therefore, aerospace and defense engineering can perfectly be placed under systems engineering.

Systems engineering is a systematic method for the design, understand, technical manage­ment, functions, and retirement of a system. A system is constructed or collected of various components that can generate the results that are not achievable by each of the elements individually.

Generalized Components:

  • Environment
  • Sub-systems with associated functions or processes
  • Inputs and outputs

Essence of Systems Engineering

  • The customer does not realize the problem, and should not
  • The “Metric” notion is very complicated
  • Effective approaches are goal-oriented, not a technology-oriented or chronological
  • Bystanders should be considered
  • There is often confusion among the decision making roles

Systems Life Cycle

  • Concept development
  • Preliminary design com­pletion
  • Final design and construction
  • System assembly
  • Integration and test
  • Launch
  • Operations
  • Closeout

Defense Engineering

  • Air domain
  • Ground attack
  • Tactical bomber
  • Naval patrol
  • Battleground surveillance
  • Airborne early warning
  • Electronic combat
  • Photographic inspection
  • Troop/materiel transport
  • Unmanned air vehicles

Aerospace & Defense Areas

Some of the main areas related to aerospace and defense include:

  • Airframe/platform
  • Weapons systems
  • Defense electronics
  • Military communication systems
  • Simulation and training
  • Military assessment
  • Avionics system
  • Operations assessment
  • Project engineering
  • Systems engineering
  • Model-based systems engineering
  • Military and avionic standards and guidelines

Why TONEX?

  • Extensive experience in both aerospace and defense systems
  • Comprehensive courses
  • Trainings are mostly hands-on
  • Hands-on sessions include labs, practical exercises, and hands-on workshops
  • Examples and projects are chosen from real-world case studies

Experts in Aerospace & Defense Engineering  Training: FAA, Aerospace & Defense Training Courses and Seminars: DO-178, DO-178C, DO-254, DO-278, DO-160G, Modeling and Simulations, Defense Technologies, Tactical Digital Information Link (TADIL), Tactical Data Link (TDL) Capabilities, Enterprise Architecture Frameworks, DoDAF, SysML, Safety, EMC/EMI, RF and Microwave Communications, SATCOM, VSAT, SOA, Systems Engineering and System of Systems Engineering, Aircraft, Ground Vehicles, Missiles & Guided Weapons, Missile Defense, Naval Systems, Radar Systems, Sensors & Situational Awareness, Tactical Communications, Training & Logistics, Transportation & Safety Management, Unmanned Systems, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) and Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) Systems Engineering. Who Should Consider a Defense Engineering Custom Program?
Any organization in the following technology fields should also consider a TONEX custom program to keep its workforce on the cutting-edge.

Aeronautics. Armaments & Energetic Materials. Biological. Biomedical, Chemical, Energy Systems, Electronics, Ground Systems, Lasers, Optics and Sensors, Processing & Manufacturing, Marine Systems, Nuclear Systems, Positioning, Navigation and Time, Information Security, Signature Control

Aerospace & Defense Engineering Training