Aerospace projects generally require additional considerations given regulated safety and large-scale aircraft/spacecraft manufacturing processes. Projects should start with a clear scope and detailed specifications and requirements and then follow a specific tailored design process to ensure project requirements are met.
Systems Interface experience in the aerospace industry spans 30+ years and many hundreds of projects. Our approach is to use a requirements-based design approach. Additional considerations factoring into the design may include:
Safety and Reliability
Traceability and Documentation
Customization and Scalability
Manufacturing Environmental Constraints
Legacy System Integration
Redundancy and Fault Tolerance
Rigorous Testing and Validation Approaches
Long Aircraft Service Life Considerations
To get started, we will work to clarify specifications and requirements and a clear functional process description. We will then work through a multi-phase engineering design process with customer reviews. Lastly, an implementation plan coupled with a tailored test strategy and specific plan will be developed and executed in partnership with the customer.
Safety is paramount in any workplace, and scissor lifts are no exception. Collisions, whether with structures, objects, or other machinery, can result in severe injuries or even fatalities. Traditional safety measures, such as spotter personnel, can be fallible and subject to human error. Scissor Lift Collision Avoidance Systems are designed to mitigate these risks, enhancing worker safety and operational efficiency.
Systems Interface sets itself apart from other companies with an unwavering commitment to flexibility in meeting customer-specified designs and production requirements. Whether it's providing engineering support, building to order, or refining designs for the next stage, we serve as your dedicated partner in control assembly.
With a rich history, we've successfully constructed thousands of power distribution stations, and machine vision inventory tracking systems, and integrated hundreds of collision avoidance systems into industrial trucks and movable structures. These systems aren't just components; they're integral to safety.
Currently, we're advancing safety measures further with the development of an advanced safety system. This innovative solution incorporates photoelectric and physical sensors, adding an extra layer of protection to hundreds of industrial trucks and man lifts during their final assembly stages. Crucially, this system enhances safety without making permanent modifications to the equipment. While normal operations proceed seamlessly, the system stands as a vigilant guardian. It alerts the operator and halts movement upon proximity risks, allowing movement only away from the point of impact.