A major OEM manufacturer had an aggressive schedule to achieve an early ETOPS certification and first-flight deadline. A critical component of the program was a top avionic supplier’s major block point update.
A leading global systems supplier was building an Avionic System for a major aircraft OEM. Lacking the resource capacity with this unique engineering expertise, the supplier was in jeopardy of missing schedule, which would have jeopardized aircraft delivery to major airlines. Because of the larger-than anticipated scope tied to this highly-complex system, two main tasks required outside help: low-level requirements development and associated test creation and execution.
One of the world’s top systems suppliers was building a next-generation computing platform for Boeing’s commercial aircraft. Its initial attempt to repurpose an existing military platform for commercial use presented a number of unforeseen challenges.
Under contract with a customer involving the Flight Management Computer System for a US Navy aircraft, a world-leading systems supplier determined that it would not be able to assign sufficient in-house resources to meet program goals.
A top commercial aircraft OEM was behind schedule on a project. They asked the avionics supplier managing the software development effort to accelerate their work by a year. Performance Software was the supplier’s first choice for assistance to meet the aggressive deadline.
A major control systems supplier was in an urgent bind: they had a pressing deadline for a FADEC software update for a regional airplane certification. Complicating the situation, the systems supplier was constrained by test environment resources for system verification, software development and testing.
A major systems supplier was unable to meet a critical contract milestone. The contract involved preparing the Flight Management System for first flight integration with a U.S. military combat helicopter. Late into the project, the supplier determined their resources were insufficient to meet the technical, budget, and schedule requirements.