Avionics specialist Geotest-Marvin Test Systems changes name to Marvin Test Solutions

Posted by John Keller

IRVINE, Calif., 13 June 2013. Executives of avionics test & measurement specialist Geotest-Marvin Test Systems Inc. in Irvine, Calif., are changing their company's name to Marvin Test Solutions to strengthen the company's association to The Marvin Group, known for its 50-year history in aerospace and its focus on test solutions, company officials say.

Marvin Test Solutions is a member of The Marvin Group, a company with a deep history in the defense and commercial aerospace industries, as well as avionics maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO). Marvin Test Solutions leads with the Marvin name, focusing on providing long-term solutions and support that meet the challenges of aerospace and manufacturing test applications, company officials say.

The company focuses on applications for flight-line, intermediate-level, depot-level, and production acceptance testers for the U.S. F-16 and F-15 jet fighters, Korean TA and FA-50 combat jets, AH-64 Apache attack helicopter, Boeing 737 and 787 commercial jetliners, and commercial space systems, Marvin Test Solutions officials say.

Marvin Test Solutions has delivered test solutions for factory, depot, intermediate, and flight-line applications since 1988, ranging from test system components and software to complete systems.

Marvin Test Solutions provides turnkey systems supporting armament and avionics test, including the MTS-3060 SmartCan universal O-level smart weapons and armament test set, the MTS-209 I-level common armament test set, and the TS-217 D-level universal launcher test set. Marvin Test Solutions will exhibit at the 2013 Paris Air Show next week in Le Bourget France.

For more information contact Marvin Test Systems online at www.marvintest.com.

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