Please join John Homan, Inside Sales Manager at Element, for a live webinar on May 27, 2020. Learn what testing is required for the DO-160 standard and how the testing requirements apply to your avionics and mechanical systems.
Why should I attend?
John will deliver guidance RTCA/DO-160: Environmental Conditions and Test Procedures for Airborne Equipment. John will provide instruction on the tests required for your products and systems to adhere to DO-160 compliance standards. He will discuss the following:
- What tests are specified in each section of RTCA/DO-160
- Which of these tests apply to you as an Aerospace manufacturer
- Testing timelines and information you need to create an efficient and solid test plan
John Homan, Inside Sales Manager
John began his testing career in 1987 at Environ Laboratories LLC as a Test Engineer. He advanced to Lab Manager and Project Engineer. He ventured into the Heavy Truck industry from 1997 to 2010 where he continued to manage test labs and make capital improvements to these custom facilities.
John returned to Environ in 2010 as Sales Manager. Element Materials Technology acquired Environ in 2015 and he became an Inside Sales Manager for multiple Element Aerospace Product Qualification Test (PQT) Labs.
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