Ground tests are an important phase in the aerospace industry, where all functional requirements can be systematically verified in a traceable way.
AERTEC Solutions has over 10 years of experience behind it in designing, integrating and maintaining electrical, electronic, hydraulic, mechanical, etc. test benches for various aircraft systems such as powerplants, brake packages, communications, fuel, data buses, flight controls, etc. This work includes validating all types of sensors and transducers designed to support aircraft manufacturing and optimise MRO tasks for air forces and airlines.
Our strength lies in our in-depth experience in in-house electronic designs that can be integrated with other systems, and in the development of real-time systems with intuitive human-machine interfaces (HMI) to monitor all types of parameters and all of the environmental variables.
The option to add wireless or electronic communications to our systems for health monitoring makes it easier to operate and maintain the equipment.
Portable device that allows you to monitor voltage levels and verify frequencies in cable harnesses in the aircraft during the wiring testing phase and which also aids MRO tasks.
Portable device for measuring and recording absolute pressure values in the cockpit, allowing the system to provide real-time information about altitude and vertical speed.
Multi-function board for SLSC platforms with 8 channels with inputs (differential, current, PWM, three-phase, etc.) and outputs (GND, OC, 5 V, 28 V, etc.) that can be fully configured with software, with a 16-bit resolution and two 10/100/1000 Ethernet interfaces.
Electronic board with a proprietary design based on FPGA and SoC (System On Chip) technologies, used to acquire signals from LVT, LVDT and RVDT sensors. The signal captured is recorded through a PCIe bus, which is converted to a VMEbus that is customised to meet the client’s needs, to ensure plug-and-play software compatibility. It also includes generic voltage and current generation and measurement signals.
Electronic board with a proprietary design based on FPGA and SoC (System On Chip) technologies, used to acquire up to 16 signals from Synchro-Resolver sensors. The signal captured is recorded in a PCIe bus, which is converted to a VMEbus that is customised to meet the client’s needs, to ensure plug-and-play software compatibility.
Handheld device that follows the SWaP-C (Size, Weight, Power, Cost) optimisation concept, used to test aircraft signals on the ground. It can be configured to monitor and acquire a wide variety of signals, including analogue and discrete signals and even specific aircraft protocols (ARINC-429, RS-232, etc.). It can be connected directly or wirelessly to the aircraft, which reduces the need for additional wiring.
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Aerospace & Defence Systems Director
Aerospace & Defence Systems Development