MONTREAL, QUEBEC -- (Marketwired) -- 07/17/13 -- Marinvent Corporation is proud to announce that its achievements have been recognized by Wings Magazine in their current issue in a feature entitled "The Difference Makers", which is also available on-line at www.wingsmagazine.com. Marinvent is singled out as one of the foremost innovators in Montreal's burgeoning aerospace cluster and in the Canadian aerospace industry as a whole, at a time when SMEs like Marinvent are perceived as particularly important for the future of Canada's extremely important aerospace industry. The article by Matt Nicholls highlights Marinvent's flying avionics test bed, its long history with the Electronic Charting industry, its sought-after aviation training expertise, and its current flight test work with NASA, as significant aerospace contributions.
Marinvent is an aerospace R&D test and evaluation company headquartered in St-Bruno, QC. whose major function is to reduce the risk, life cycle cost, time to develop, and time to certify novel aerospace technologies for fixed wing, rotary wing and unmanned platforms. Marinvent specializes in Flight Test Services, Systems Engineering, Human Factors Engineering, Software Development and Civil Certification. Marinvent and its US JV partner AdvAero have a stellar track record of providing outsourced software development and services, and have been awarded numerous Supplemental Type Certificates (STC), ranging from single display upgrades to complete cockpit retrofits, such as the Honeywell CDS/R® retrofit for the Piaggio P180 aircraft, which included a completely new Electronic Flight Instrumentation System, FMS, INS AHRS, autopilot interface, radar, lightning detection, EGPWS, T2CAS, and RVSM certification. Marinvent and AdvAero have more than 100 combined years of experience in the aerospace R&D, with a customer base extending from NASA to every major avionics manufacturer in North America.
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