Presagis teams with Service Supplier Aeroconseil, subsidiary of AKKA Technologies Group

MUNICH, 22 March 2012. Presagis and Aeroconseil, a subsidiary of AKKA Technologies and an international provider of aircraft engineering and air transport services, have teamed to deliver a powerful, combined solution consisting of expert consulting services and solutions able to be leveraged from cockpit design through to final certification.

Aeroconseil’s consulting services include a holistic understanding of the aircraft’s entire development life cycle, from design to operation, says a representative. Aeroconseil employs Presagis tools, including VAPS XT and VAPS XT-178, to offer dynamic, interactive, and graphical interfaces for safety- and mission-critical avionics and embedded displays. Presagis COTS object-oriented DO-178B-qualifiable HMI tools facilitate the certification process, enabling the development of avionics graphics’ applications that can be certified to comply with safety-critical regulations.

“The Aeroconseil-Presagis relationship provides increased value to our customers,” says Nicolas Lambert, head of the Operations and Cockpit Systems department, Aeroconseil. “Customers will benefit from the world-leading expertise in cockpit design and human factors, from the preliminary and conceptual studies until certification. Aeroconseil and AKKA Technologies Group assist their customers in defining a process that enables them to structure cockpit design phases using rapid prototyping cycles, as well as include Human Factor aspects. Presagis tools greatly support the process that we help define.”

 

 

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