SIMI VALLEY, CA / ACCESSWIRE / August 11, 2016 / Airborne Wireless Network, a Nevada corporation (the "Company"), is pleased to announce that on August 9th 2016, it has entered into an agreement with Concept Development Inc. (CDI), a leading aerospace engineering design and manufacturing firm. CDI will assist the company in the FAA system certification process and beyond. CDI's expertise is in bringing projects from concept through each phase of the development cycle, including design, production, and product support. With an extensive client list and more than 40 years of industry experience, CDI has provided its services to companies such as Boeing, Northrop Grumman, Rockwell Collins and L3 Communications. CDI, also, has extensive experience with inflight entertainment systems with companies such as Thales (formally LiveTV) and Lumexis.
The Company has engaged CDI's expertise to define the onboard system design and assist with all aspects of integrating the Company's Airborne Broadband Digital Super Highway onto aircraft. This will include preparing system drawings, designing and manufacturing of the onboard hardware and components, and providing software development support. The Company considers this agreement a key element to its success and has provided CDI the option to share in the Company's success. CDI's vast industry experience and technical expertise gives the Company a solid foundation on which to build, test and ultimately implement its Airborne Broadband Digital Super Highway.
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SOURCE: Airborne Wireless Network