Helping your Product development processes take flight
AN AVIONiCS MINDSET
Companies in the avionics industry are under constant pressure to maximize profitability and improve operational efficiency. Our roots are in avionics. In fact, we’ve helped some of the most successful avionics companies reduce the uncertainty of meeting their project delivery, budget and schedule challenges. By working with us leading airlines and avionics manufacturers benefit from our deep expertise in aviation software systems and protocols.
WHERE WE CAN HELP
YOU NEED A TECHNOLOGY CHANGE AGENT
Marrying legacy aircraft systems with today’s technologies can be difficult. We bring the expertise to leapfrog these technology changes so you can keep current with product and market demands, and add new functionality to older systems.
YOUR AIRCRAFT IS BECOMING MORE INTERCONNECTED
Today’s aircraft needs to connect with many enterprise and airport systems, and the data needs to flow securely between points. Our team is expert at tackling tackles those complex problems.
YOUR PRODUCT LIFECYCLE PROCESS NEEDS IMPROVEMENT
For the highest quality products, the entire product lifecycle needs to be well managed. Our process spans product definition incorporating the voice of the customer; product roadmap; minimum viable product (MVP), production planning thru sunset.
Base2 created a new Electronic Distribution Software system for our customer that significantly reduced the time to load software on to new aircraft. The EDS system moved the process from outdated floppy disks to utilizing a secure, online electronic vault.
iJet Onboard envisioned an environment where aircraft data could be aggregated across proprietary and disparate avionics systems to give airlines real-time monitoring, preventative maintenance, and predictive analysis capabilities.
We are happy to announce that for the sixth consecutive year we have received the Boeing Performance Excellence Award. The award recognizes Base2 Solutions for its superior performance in 2018.
Companies in the avionics industry are under constant pressure to maximize profitability and improve operational efficiency. Delivering high-quality products on time in strictly regulated industries like yours can challenge even the most well-organized company.
An alert issued by the Department of Homeland Security in late July warned of discovered vulnerabilities with implementations of Controller Area Network (CAN bus) networks in avionics.