AviaOK at the Aerospace Testing Expo
2005 in Hamburg, Germany
May 13, 2005 - AviaOK Intl.
participated again at the AEROSPACE TESTING EXPO in Hamburg, Germany. The international exhibition was held in Hamburg International Exhibition Center on April 5-7, 2005. By tradition, it gathered worldwide leaders in the manufacture of test, diagnostic and measuring equipment: D. Marchiori, National Instruments, Virginia Panel Corporation, TechSat, Testek, Beta Air JSC
, Elkus, etc.
The exhibition was dedicated to:
Research and development in test equipment
Flight tests and certification
Testing during manufacture, assembly and quality assurance
Maintenance and repair during operation
Specializing in design and manufacture of automatic test equipment, AVIAOK International Company presented new systems built on National Instruments platform to the general public. In particular it demonstrated automatic test stations based on modern VXI, PXI, SCXI technologies and new generation Compact RIOTM platform. The latest portable measurement systems, i.e. compact luminosity measuring system Foton - 2004 based on a hand-held computer generated genuine interest.
Besides, AVIAOK exhibited its services in the fields of software development, data verification and validation (to the newest DO 178B standard) and computer-aided design (CATIA).
This year is remarkable for the fact that two national pavilions - Russian and Australian - opened at the exhibition. The Russian pavilion showed products and services of leading domestic companies such as Beta Air JSC, Elkus, Tekhpribor, GOS NII AS, Aviapribor - Voskhod, etc.
By participating in the exhibition conjointly Russian companies could demonstrate advanced developments of Russia, its huge scientific potential and high-quality competitive products to the world aviation community!
The Russian pavilion was organized by AVIAOK International Company, which is the official representative of AEROSPACE TESTING EXPO in Russia and CIS.
The exhibition participants not only visited pavilions and stands of companies but took part in the Open Technology Forum. A report of Anton Tarasenko, Head of Software Development Department on "Construction of scalable test systems: from flight to laboratory testing" stirred up a strong interest of the forum participants.
AEROSPACE TESTING 2005 enabled AVIAOK to present its products to a general audience of potential buyers and partners from various countries and to get acquainted with new achievements of leading foreign companies. We won't fail to come to Hamburg next year to take part in AEROSPACE TESTING 2006.