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Aerospace wire harnesses: Conquering Complexity

Aerospace wire harnesses: Conquering Complexity | Aerospace Engineering | Scoop.it
Designing, assembling and testing aerospace wire harnesses present unique challenges to harness manufacturers.

Via Alberto Garcia Romera
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i think this work is to hard to do it because you need to be 100% to do this work. aerospace jobs are the most hardest works in the world. tthe manufacturers need to support the extreme environmental and operatingin this work.

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M. R. RAO's curator insight, November 24, 2013 9:24 AM

What a sight? so many cables to be harnessed, time consuming jog. Engineers can do it

For a while my first immpression of this picture : I thought vegetables on display

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Aerospace Engineering and Operations Technicians : Occupational Outlook Handbook : U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Aerospace Engineering and Operations Technicians : Occupational Outlook Handbook : U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics | Aerospace Engineering | Scoop.it
Aerospace engineering and operations technicians operate and maintain equipment used in developing, testing, and producing new aircraft and spacecraft.
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the median pay in the 2012 was 61,530 per year and 29.58 per hour. your need a Associate’s degree for entry-level education. you dont need any of work experience in related occupation and on-the-job training. the number of job in 2012 was 9,900.

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The Netherlands: landing more of Europe’s Aerospace MRO business

What do leading aerospace companies such as Boeing, Bombardier, Avio, UTC Aerospace Systems, GE Aviation, Mitsubishi Aircraft, Terma, Elbit Systems of America, Bell Helicopters, Pratt&Whitney, AAR, Honeywell, BE Aerospace, Aviall, Chromalloy, Goodyear Aviation and CAE have in common? They have already capitalized on the many benefits of locating their European MRO, spare parts logistics, and/or training facilities in the Netherlands

 

With the growing trend toward outsourcing of aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), the Netherlands is uniquely positioned to save commercial and civilian aircraft operators significant time and money. The Dutch MRO sector employs some 8,000 highly trained and dedicated professionals and is growing rapidly. Their emphasis on “lean” maintenance helps eliminate waste and creates added value for MRO customers, end-to-end.


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my opinion for this is that this will work but i think that aerospace in the netherland will have some problems like the airpanes will not work . this will be good way to fly to europe too. that can be goof for the MRO.

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Et Voilà!!: Airbus A350 Takes Off In Maiden Test Flight

Et Voilà!!: Airbus A350 Takes Off In Maiden Test Flight | Aerospace Engineering | Scoop.it
The aircraft maker's direct challenge to the composite construction 787 Dreamliner of arch rival Boeing begins its maiden flight.

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now, the airport have another nice airplane.when this airplane be ready use to transport people from one place to another place. people wiil be anxious to be the people that try this new airplane.

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Bugatti - REVE BLEU - the "Blue Dream" will finally fly!

Global volunteer group recreates Bugatti's "Blue Dream" more than 70 years after the unfinished plane was hidden behind enemy lines.

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why this airplane was hidden behind enemy lines? i think this airplane is a power airplane because there giving alot of important stuff.

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Aerospace Engineers : Occupational Outlook Handbook : U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Aerospace Engineers : Occupational Outlook Handbook : U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics | Aerospace Engineering | Scoop.it
Aerospace engineers design aircraft, spacecraft, satellites, and missiles. In addition, they test prototypes to make sure that they function according to design.
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in the median pay 2012, they pay per year $103,720 and per hour $49.87.the entry-level education you need Bachelor’s degree.The work experience in a related occupation you dont need none. You dont need none on the job training. 

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Boeing: Condit: Vision 2016

Phil Condit's remarks on "Vision 2016" at the Boeing Huntington Beach Management Assn.
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i think that in the 2016 the boeing company will be better with the new changes that company will have. boeing will be more producer with the new thing that boeing will have.

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Aerospace wire harnesses: Conquering Complexity

Aerospace wire harnesses: Conquering Complexity | Aerospace Engineering | Scoop.it
Designing, assembling and testing aerospace wire harnesses present unique challenges to harness manufacturers.

Via Alberto Garcia Romera
oscar delgado's insight:

i think this work is to hard to do it because you need to be 100% to do this work. aerospace jobs are the most hardest works in the world. tthe manufacturers need to support the extreme environmental and operatingin this work.

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M. R. RAO's curator insight, November 24, 2013 9:24 AM

What a sight? so many cables to be harnessed, time consuming jog. Engineers can do it

For a while my first immpression of this picture : I thought vegetables on display