Exciting times at TechSAT – After 30+ years in Poing, it is time for a change. To accommodate our growing business and workforce, our company is moving its headquarters to a new site, which is even closer to Munich and only a stone’s throw from the Munich Exhibition Center.
We are happy to invite you to meet us at the Automotive Testing Expo Europe 2019 in Stuttgart in Hall 10, Booth #1678.
Software data loading is becoming a more and more important issue to the aerospace industry. Data has grown in complexity and new security requirements have to be met. TechSAT GmbH and Lufthansa Technik have teamed up to offer a solution consisting of a Data Loader Connector Panel (DLP), ARINC 615 Portable Data Loader and the eEnabled Software Management platform.
AVIC, the Chinese aerospace giant, and TechSAT signed a long-term partnership agreement on March 7, 2018. The ceremony took place in Munich in the presence of the management of AVIC EM, QAG (subsidiary of AVIC), NEXEYA, and TechSAT (subsidiary of NEXEYA).
Aarjay International Pvt Ltd has signed a new distribution agreement with TechSAT GmbH, an expert in integration and verification equipment, to market and sell TechSAT products in India.
Congratulations to COMAC for their successful maiden flight of the Chinese C919! TechSAT is proud that we could contribute to this success with development support and IV&V means for the SAVIC Cockpit Display System.
The United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) of Russia has successfully completed the maiden flight of its new MC-21-300 commercial aircraft at the airfield of Irkutsk Aviation Plant (IAP), an affiliate of Irkut Corporation.
TechSAT’s latest product development is «Tiffi», a software solution that simulates parts of the SCI (secure communication interface), which is a gateway between Airbus’s Avionics Full-Duplex Switched Ethernet (AFDX) network and the open-world Ethernet side.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was host to the 51st Airline Maintenance Conference (AMC) this year. TechSAT, which attended the event for the 15th time, used this renowned industry meeting to answer airline questions, talk to airline and supplier customers, and attend the Airline Avionics Institute (AAI) reception and trade show.
Recently we received the confirmation about a very special product order – one that has taken several years of discussion and patience to come to realization. Our US customer has informed us that they have selected TechSAT’s Configurable Data Loading Engine (CDLE) target code package to fly on the Lockheed-Martin/ESA Orion spacecraft built for NASA.