Our software is used in the industry and military of different countries. Not all organizations formally agreed to be publicly listed here or even rejected because of the secret nature of their projects. If you need a reference inside your company you can contact us and we can see if we can provide you with an internal reference.
Customers we can publish here are:
System Support Center NH90/TIGER within Airbus Helicopters.
|Canadian Armed Forces|
German armed forces:
Other customers work in the military, defense industry or scientific organizations. Most customers are from Germany, the US and Spain but there are also other countries like Canada and Norway.
Customers noted about our FLIDAS software:
- It is very easy to use. Most features are immediately usable without consulting the manual
- Stability and quality: Shows a lot less defects than other software
- After looking at the market they have found it is the most feature rich software in its price segment
- FLIDAS is one excelent chapter 10 tool
A sample project
FLIDAS replaces old Flight Analysis software at TAURUS Systems
The department for Missile Engineering and Flight Trials of the TAURUS Systems GmbH (owned by MBDA Deutschland GmbH and Saab Dynamics AB) needed to upgrade to a new generation of IRIG 106 chapter 10 data recorders during the development of the KEPD 350 cruise missile. They needed to remain operational in the flight tests of PCM, analog and video data. Now they are completely using FLIDAS for the extraction of their data.
In a first step end of 2014 a dedicated FLIDAS plug-in was developed to extract PCM data from the new recorder in the same format as the previous recorder. With this first safe and low-cost approach the rest of the post-processing could stay the same as before and tests could be carried on with the new hardware.
In a second step mid of 2015 the rest of the internal post-processing was updated to improve capabilities. A new dedicated FLIDAS plug-in was developed to extract data in a new format. This also offered the benefit of a harmonization of data between a simulator and the recorder which now use the same post-processing.
It was possible to keep classified data completely out of the development by defining all classified data in configuration files only available to TAURUS Systems.
The use of an IRIG 106 Chapter 10 compliant recorder will now prevent further changes in the measurement process just because of a new recorder because new compliant recorders can be used as a replacement without changes to the software.