Global Partnerships in Avionics Development Engineering
There are several methods by which international companies collaborate in avionics system design and engineering, specifically the interaction of information technology and engineering departments, in completing end-to-end solutions. This might include the structure and workshare involved in the process and how it differs from other IT/engineering relationships, design and development methodology, supply chain management and overall challenges, benefits and emerging trends.
In this live, interactive webinar, panelists will share case studies on a particular industrial relationship, program or platform. These avionics engineering partnerships or joint ventures may be with companies based in India, China or other emerging international markets. Panelists will also discuss the benefits and challenges of these partnerships including innovation, localization for new markets, cost optimization and reduced time to market.
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Hear from these speakers:
Head of Engineering – Cabin Electronic Systems
Airbus Operations GmbH
General Manager & Practice Head - Avionics Infotech Enterprises
Chief Engineer for Systems and Software
Infotech Aerospace Services
Editor in Chief, Avionics Magazine
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