GE AVI­A­TION PRO­VIDES AD­VANCED SYS­TEMS ON BOE­ING 787-10 DREAM­LINER

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GE Avi­a­tion is a key sup­plier on the 787-10 in­clud­ing the com­mon core sys­tem and en­hanced air­borne flight recorder.

The com­mon core sys­tem (CCS) pro­vides the pri­mary com­put­ing en­vi­ron­ment for the 787. The sys­tem has three ma­jor el­e­ments: pro­cess­ing for the avion­ics and util­i­ties ap­pli­ca­tions soft­ware; re­mote data con­cen­tra­tors, which re­duce the wir­ing in the air­craft con­sid­er­ably through lo­cal con­nec­tions to sen­sors and other dig­i­tal gate­ways through­out the air­craft; and the core data net­work, which con­nects the CCS with other air­craft sys­tems. The CCS is de­signed, man­u­fac­tured and tested at GE Avi­a­tion fa­cil­i­ties in Grand Rapids, Michi­gan, and Chel­tenham, UK.

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