Mon, Feb 20, 2012
Meets ISO-9001 Requirements For Aviation, Space, And Defence
Universal Avionics Systems Corporation said in a news release
Thursday that it has received registration to Aerospace Standard
ISO-9001:2008/AS9100C. AS9100C standardizes the Quality Management
System requirements for Aviation, Space, and Defense Organizations.
Compliance to this quality standard ensures improved product
quality, customer satisfaction, supplier control, program
management, risk management, and manufacturing efficiencies through
the implementation and use of thoroughly documented and controlled
processes and procedures throughout Universal.
Universal Avionics Helicopter Panel
"Attaining AS9100C registration is a significant milestone for
Universal Avionics and our Quality Management System," said Bob
Uhde, Universal Avionics' Director of Airworthiness and Quality.
"However, it's the daily commitment to quality by each of our
employees that has enabled us to achieve this registration, and
which will guarantee that the highest level of quality excellence
will be maintained," he added.
The company manufactures SBAS-enabled (WAAS) Flight Management
Systems, Flat Panel Displays, a line of Integrated Cockpit
displays, synthetic vision, and the Application Server Unit which
integrates charts, electronic documents and checklists with
displays systems along with other products.
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