Aerospace program cycles govern the life cycles and operation of line replaceable unit (LRU) test systems. Countless aerospace LRU testers are still in service because programs didn’t include the budget or time to update and extend the capability of deployed systems.
When a test architecture can’t meet all test requirements, it can be difficult to propose changes to the status quo solution. This leads to outdated test systems still in operation.
Deferring these infrastructure upgrades increases the cost and risk associated with an upgrade on a subsequent program. And this lack of technological readiness can limit an aerospace program’s ability to innovate and be competitive.
NI and its ecosystem of partner companies focus on accelerating the process of building an aerospace LRU test system, so you can focus your expertise on producing an optimized product. We’ve developed a resource to help you minimize this risk in your organization.