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James Duvall | May 03, 2018

Video: Upgrading a Custom Test System for the U.S. Navy’s MK 41 Vertical Launching System

The U.S. Navy needed new automated test systems to support their MK41 Vertical Launching System (VLS) missile upgrades. From requirements, G Systems designed and built a new ATE with full wrap-around self-test coverage and a built in self-calibration routine.

James Duvall | April 17, 2018

Behind the Scenes of Modernizing Lockheed Martin’s F-35 Vehicle Systems Integration Facility

Remember the integrated data acquisition system  G Systems developed for Lockheed Martin’s F-35 Vehicle Systems Integration Facility (VSIF)? With more than 3000 analog, digital, and virtual channels, this highly scalable and reconfigurable system is responsible for simultaneously monitoring multiple aircraft sub-system integration tests and providing real-time data display and analysis.

Amy Principe | October 02, 2017

Avionics Magazine features G Systems Data Acquisition System

Avionics Magazine interviewed G Systems Partner and Senior VP of Engineering and Manufacturing David Baker to tell the story of "How Data Acquisition is Achieved for F-35 Sub-System Integration". 

Dave Baker | September 12, 2017

[Infographic] Developing a F-35 VSIF DAQ System

G Systems developed an integrated aerospace testing system that can acquire various types of data, including analog, digital, video, and additional data transferred from other systems through reflective memory for Lockheed Martin Aeronautics to use in the F-35 Vehicle Systems Integration Facility (VSIF), also known as “Iron Bird.” This system monitors aircraft sub-system integration tests.

James Duvall | June 07, 2017

G Systems' Aircraft Radome Test System Helps Ensure that Passengers Soar Safely

This video shows how G Systems' radome test system validates accurate radome repair and ensures aircraft passengers are safe

An airplane radome often serves as the nose cone of the aircraft, performing two crucial functions: first, to be aerodynamic and, second, to be transparent to the plane’s weather radar. What happens, however, when aircraft radomes don't function correctly? To borrow a phrase that originated in aerospace, "Houston, we have a problem." G Systems recently designed a solution. 

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