NTS developing Automated Test Equipment for 777 Program

  • 12-Jul-2010 03:32 EDT

The Boeing Co. selected National Technical Systems Inc.’s Test Systems Engineering Division to provide Automated Test Equipment (ATE) systems in support of its 777 program. The ATE systems will perform tests on 777 systems, avionics, and engines using automation to quickly perform measurements and evaluate the test results. The firm fixed price contract will continue through January 2011.

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