FRANCE: There was not only Airbus and Boeing at Paris Air Show 2011. About 400 French SMEs have made the trip to join their dedicated space in exhibition hall 4. It is in this context that DMAP has joined the booth of the cluster Pegase. This was an opportunity for the company to announce a series of projects and partnerships that reinforce its strategic positioning focuses on competitiveness, civil and certification.
For this new edition of Paris Air Show, SMEs/SMIs, grouped under the label "French Aerospace Suppliers' beat their record of participation. About 400 French SMEs have made the trip to join their dedicated space in exhibition hall 4. It is in this context that DMAP has joined the booth of the cluster Pegase.
DMAP, specialized in the design of embedded systems, is an expert in the DO-254 standard that governs the development of electronics in civilian. The show has been an opportunity to discuss with end users, the stakes of this standard for avionics of tomorrow. DMAP was able to attract the interest of large groups because of its expertise which is still rare in the sector.
In his opening speech, the French president, Nicolas Sarkozy, officially announced the release of the aviation component of the Great Loan. As part of the call for projects called CORAC, DMAP has been selected by Safran to pave the way for a new generation of embedded systems.
DMAP is engaged in "the helicopter of the future" for the development of the future Eurocopter X4 which represents a real technological breakthrough that will implement numerous innovations in all technical fields.
DMAP has also joined the group EOSSY (Experts’ Offer for Safety System), formed around ARION and ENSTA, which brings together business and academia around a supply of safe architecture for businesses of critical areas such as aerospace, defense, nuclear or transportation.
And finally, DMAP is participating in the DDASCA consortium (Dependable Distributed Architecture for Safety Critical Applications), which aims to bring together end users from all safety-critical areas to develop a common approach to all these industries.