For example, the development of satellites and spacecraft began or was born by the impulse of two engineers who were organizers and decision-makers at the same time in 1942. These two intelligent engineers were Wernher Von Braun (1912-1977) and Sergei Korolev (1906-1966). At that time rockets turned from an unbelievable idea to a serious study by engineers and scientists . According to  a vital role is played by the Advances in software engineering in space exploration by providing tools, techniques and a systematic approach to develop and service the many different kinds of software needed for deep-space discovery. In addition to software engineering,  says that electrical engineering is essential in space exploration because all spacecraft systems are controlled and activated directly by electrical energy.
is an international company providing service and products to its customers in the area of security and aerospace. The company focuses on different segments such as research, development, or technology but it also provides customers with logistics, engineering or management. The main goal is to improve the quality and affordability for its costumers at home and in international market. The company knows that it is necessary to invest into the technologies and research but it also focuses on highly technical people in order to be successful. First of all, there are several opportunities the company faces today.
However, the airline industry increases air traffic to smaller airports which benefit Airbus competitors that were building midsize, wide-bodied planes carrying over 300 passengers (Gordon,2018). In 2000 Airbus was 80% owned by the European Aeronautic Defense and Space company and 20% by British BAE Systems (Pitt, Koufopolulos,2012). This helps lower the cost for the consumer and fight it, competitors, as the European Union gives aid to Airbus for their acquisitions. For the consumers, the lower the cost of acquisition is a good entity. Consequently, for Airbus biggest competitors, Boeing, responded from Airbus aircraft by flooding the market with mid-size planes to help the increased volume of air traffic (Hambug,2017).
A pilot run will be done with beta testers comprising the students of Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysian Institute of Aviation Technology. After the pilot run, the survey will be done on various places: airport, immigration department. These places are chosen for: i. High numbers of potential respondents. ii.
Analysis of International Operations of Boeing Company Background A brief look at Boeing’s history The history of Boeing Company goes back to 1916, when William E. Boeing founded Pacific Aero Products Co., after developing the single-engine B&W seaplane together with Conrad Westervelt. The company was later renamed as "The Boeing Airplane Company" in 1917 and, the company started by manufacturing boats for the US Navy, and later on manufactured aircrafts including pursuit planes, patrol bombers, and torpedo planes etc. The following are some of the examples of products designed, manufactured and sold by Boeing Airplane Company: • military aircraft such as the B-17, P-51 Mustang, and F/A-18 Hornet • commercial transport aircraft such as
It is the document on maintenance of airplanes developed in 1970s. It was based on a theory that airplanes and its components will reach a period when they have to be overhauled to be restored to its working condition. It was process oriented and analysed failure modes from the part level up. MSG 1 and MSG 2 describe how maintenance should be performed on individual components. • Maintenance Steering Group 3 – It was based on developing a maintenance programs based on tested and proven airline practices.
The chairman is Mr. James McNerney. According to the Fortune magazine "Fortune 500" list (2013) Boeing recorded sales up to $86.623 and is ranked 30th. Boeing has several products and designs and a total production output of approximately 750 aircrafts and 10 satellites. Boeing has helped the US Navy during World War 1 by producing the seaplanes. Boeing created its first commercial airplane in December 1960 called the 727 jetliner.
My decision to apply for a PhD position at the department of aeronautics and astronautics , University of Washington, Seattle, is the culmination of my long term ambition to research, teach and preach aerodynamics. My interest in aircrafts since childhood had prompted me to take up Mechanical Engineering as my preferred field of study. The same passion for the field has inspired me to pursue a career in aviation. The passion to become a teacher coupled with my interest in aircrafts motivated me to find a job in an airline in India, my home country, as a technical and performance instructor of aircrafts. During my close to six years of experience at the airline, I have secured approvals to teach Aircraft Technical and Aircraft Performance courses of Boeing aircraft (B737-800 and B777 -200LR/300 ER).
I was positioned among top 25 performers out of 250 member batch in all the training modules. After the training, I was posted to H.A.L Avionics division at Hyderabad as an engineer in the ‘Planning, Methods & Tooling Department’, responsible for scheduling and process development cum tool design activity of the mechanical components for aircraft avionics. They would go into aircraft platforms of SU-30 MKI and Light Combat Aircraft-Tejas which are currently manufactured by HAL. While on the job, I developed designs for fixtures to be used for the manufacturing of over a 100 intricate components. Having acquired a substantial knowledge base in varied fields of mechanical engineering, I believe it is the right time to channelize my efforts in a specialized field within mechanical engineering