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According to IATA, air traffic is expected to double over the next two decades, with some 7.2 billion travelers flying by 2035.
For the aerospace sector in this kind of environment, innovation is crucial, and the margin for error non-existent. Manufacturers have full order books, and the aircraft they produce must be increasingly safe, electric, lightweight, ecological, economical, maintainable and connected. The use of 3D design models that can be shared in real-time is now essential for integrating and interconnecting the various innovations the market now requires. In AKKA’s view, digitized processes are now pivotal for ensuring supply chain reliability, while the shift towards digitized navigation, maintenance and other documentation makes it possible to analyze the vast amounts of data exchanged between aeronautical systems.
We also anticipate that infrastructures will need to adapt to accommodate traffic growth: wider runways, terminals with improved gate and baggage-handling systems ensuring greater productivity. We also expect that autonomous vehicles will be used to inspect planes or transport passengers to their planes some time in the near future. Traffic control and flight plan management systems will also have to use cutting-edge technology which will be internationally standardized and fully capable of safely integrating future innovations. Innovation will also continue apace on-board as airlines look to match the expectations of premium and repeat customers by improving and adding to their connectivity and other services.
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- Aerospace (15)
- Aviation (3)
Certification & Safety
- Environmental Qualification (DO 160)
- Design Process Assurance
- Safety analysis
- Cockpit & Avionics Design
- Human factors & Ergonomics
- Integrated Modular Avionics
- Aircraft Operability & Maturity
- Aircraft Health Management
- Model Based System Engineering (MBSE)
- Data Science for Aircraft Engineering (DSAE)
The core of aircraft stability and control is the flight control system. For more than 30 years, AKKA has been working on flight control with leading aircraft manufacturers.
- Aerodynamics, Acoustics & Energy
- Flight Dynamics
- Aircraft Performance
- Primary and Secondary Structure
- Component Integration and 3D Tolerancing
- Stress & Thermal Analyses
- Electrical & Mechanical Systems Installation
- Hydro-mechanical Systems
- Electrical systems
Involved all along the product V cycle, AKKA brings our expertise in propulsion systems, propulsion control, and air systems to the pre-development, development phases, and operations phases. Our role is to accompany our customers through an optimized integration of systems, addressing the constraints posed by functions and physical interfaces.
AKKA supports aircraft manufacturers and suppliers for certification and in-service support of EWIS.
- Simulation & Virtual Testing
- Ground & Flight Testing
We implement methods and processes to develop systems and material by using a support strategy integrating RAMS objectives into overall designs.
AKKA has solid experience of the life cycle of Standard and Optional Service Bulletin life cycle, developed through 25+ years of experience. As a major partner of Airbus, AKKA’s team has kept developing its skills, flexibility, expertise and experience on Service Bulletin activities. AKKA has dedicated teams in Toulouse (France), Hamburg (Germany), Madrid, Seville (Spain) and Mobile, Alabama (USA).
AKKA has been supporting major Aircraft and Equipment Manufacturers including Airbus, ATR, LATECOERE, SAFRAN and others to support and enable technical documentation activities and manual production for more than 30 years.
AKKA’s Integrated Logistics Support offer aims to support our Customers handle their own supply chain and meet their performance and maintenance objectives. From the Call-for-tender phase to the In-Service life, AKKA rolls out a strategy that targets the right balance between asset utilization and support costs (spares, documentation, tools, etc.).
AKKA provides end-to-end cabin modification solutions (retrofit, upgrade, In-Flight-Entertainment, etc.), from design, development, implementation to certification. Should our clients require kits, AKKA is able to source, store, implement and certify the modification, and delivers the corresponding Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) required by EASA and FAA.
AKKA delivers high value-added services in maintenance engineering and airworthiness activities (FAL follow-up, flight test support, aircraft transaction management, airworthiness management, borescope inspections, etc.), all along the aircraft lifecycle.
AKKA’s Flight Operations offer aims to optimize operational processes, manage documentation, monitor Customers requirements and provide support with any flight operation that requires expertise and flexibility. AKKA is the adequate partner to work with different aerospace stakeholders thanks to its holistic experience in that field.
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