Avionics (aviation At Least) Manufacturing, Development And Sales
Within an ongoing project for a company engaged in avionics production in russia, we are looking for a professional to help us with understanding of some issues in avionics industry.
This is the approximate list of topics we’d like to discuss:
• which avionics systems (modules) are usually produced by the complex avionics supplier in-house, which ones are outsourced? Which ones have their own market apart from complex supplies? Which systems are regarded as the most critical for the complex supplier business?
• what resources (time, money, engineers) could it take to develop different avionics systems (or other important competences) from scratch?
• in what systems does strong synergy between military and civil segments occur? Why?
• what is the process and what are the difficulties of becoming:
• tier-2 systems supplier?
• tier-1 systems (but not complex) supplier?
We are looking for an expert with 5+ years of experience in one of the leading avionics suppliers/integrators, the relevant position could be:
• senior/executive position - strategic development in avionics companies
• senior engineering position - new products development in avionics, establishing sales and supplier-client relations
• position of responsibility in aircraft manufacture company (project manager and etc.)
• senior position in consulting firm; industrial focus in avionics (aviation at least) market; 5+ strategic projects for leading avionics companies
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Commercial Airlines Operations
We have an immediate need for a commercial airlines operations and for an it expert; both must work with avionics systems.
This will be a 1-hour paid phone consultation.
Geography: united states
companies: jetblue, delta (current or recent former)
possible titles: flight operations manager, maintenance operations control manager; information security engineer, avionics engineer, avionics network engineer
-what improvements could be made to aircraft connectivity?
-what is your data acquisition and distribution strategy?
-who owns data collected on the aircraft?
-how is all this data managed/handled?
- what kinds of automation benefit your flight or maintenance operations? How does it benefit you or the airline?
- how would you describe the future needs of airlines? Are ground connections satisfactory today? What improvements would benefit you and your organization within the airline?
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according to businessweek:
chet fuller, the former ge aviation executive and u.S. Navy pilot tasked with finding buyers for the new cseries jet, will leave the company to pursue other career opportunities, bombardier said last week. The cseries has collected 182 firm orders, and the company has said it will have booked 300 by september, the tentative date for the airplanes entry into commercial service. The latest purchase came today, when iraqi airways committed to buying five cseries jets with options for 11 more.
The cseries is an audacious gambit by bombardier to muscle into the market for medium-size jets such as boeing's 737 and airbus's 320 families. Those planes have become the workhorses of global airline fleets, with 140 to 190 seats and ranges of around 3,000 miles. The cseries will have seating for 149 people in its larger version. look, airbus and boeing have had this space to themselves for two decades, fuller told bloomberg news in february 2011. You know what? The world deserves choice.
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