(26 October, 2016)
09:00 - 09:40     HALL A (Parallel Session)

Presenter: Mr. Tolga İNAL, Ms. Nilgün ALTIN (TAI)
16 November 2015
09:00 - 09:40     HALL B (Parallel Session)
CFD Based Response Surface Modeling Applications: Missile Aerodynamics and Store Separation

Presenter: Mr. Abdullah Emre ÇETİNER (ASELSAN)
09:40 - 10:20   HALL A (Parallel Session)

Instrumented Launcher Systems

Presenter: Mr. Ebutufan YÜKSEL (ROKETSAN)
Integration of a missile on an aircraft requires a series of tests and analysis. In the verification and certification phase of a missile integration programme, recording flight and missile data is an important step for establishing compatibility between an aircraft and missiles. The presentation will describe an Instrumented launcher system that is a measurement and test launcher capable of recording missile and flight data by using a data acquisition system.  A certified and qualified launcher, Cirit Quadpack Launcher System (CQPLS), is modified by placing inertial navigation system, functional inert missile, missile control unit, data acquisition system, data recording system, accelerometers, GPS antennas, and harness. After flight recordings, data is post processed to analyse and evaluate communication between aircraft and missile, pilot actions through firing stage, flight phases, vibration levels on launcher.

09:40 - 10:20     HALL B (Parallel Session)

Model-Driven Development Without Breaking the Bank: Lightweight Code Generation for UML Ports

Presenter: Mr. Alper Tolga KOCATAŞ (ASELSAN)
10:50 - 11:30

Computer Variation in the Avionics

Presenter: Mr. Aksel SALTUKLAR (ELMA)
The talk includes different kinds of ATRs, ARINC 404, ARINC 600 and small form factor systems. We will go through bus based and non bus based rugged computer. VPX technology compared with COM-express based solutions. Video recording hardware for civil avionic will round up the talk. This talk targets engineers who are dealing with avionics hardware. The  audience should be  witness to engineering capacity ELMA has. The bandwidth of the custom products covers  backplanes , chassis to complete integrated solutions.
11:30 - 12:10
High Efficient Heat Dissipation
on Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs)

Presenter: Mr. Markus Wille , R&D Manager, Schoeller Electronics Systems GmbH

The production of printed circuit boards (PCB’s) with cooling elements has a long tradition at Schoeller Electronics Systems, where heat sinks have been bonded to multilayer circuit boards in high volume for different types of automotive control units for more than 15 years. This experience and competence were at an early stage successfully used for building up the infrastructure for the current mobile telecommunication networks with power amplifiers that consists of printed circuit boards with integrated elements for high efficient heat dissipation.

This paper describes the various techniques for effectively dissipating heat from heat generating electrical components of printed circuit boards. Small copper coins that are matching the shape of the electrical components are located underneath the component and are integrated in the PCB construction. The heat from the component will be dissipated by the copper coin to a heat sink. The thermal conductivity of such kind of copper coin is about 10 times higher than usually achieved with so called thermal via arrays. Several different methods of integrating copper coins into the construction of PCB’s have been developed and will be presented.

New developments such as the “Chip-on-Coin” technique are providing solutions for highly miniaturised electronic circuits and micropackaging. The integration of copper coins into PCB’s is suitable for all common substrates including RF and microwave substrates as well as for conventional PCB substrates. Just recently also rigid-flexible circuit boards can be equipped with copper coins.

13:10 - 13:50

Development of Graphical Interface via Generation
of Data File Memory (DFM)

Presenter: Mr. İbrahim ARDIÇ (TAI)
13:50 - 14:30



HAVELSAT and BeEagleSat are 2U cube satellites which have been developed in the scope of Eupean Union QB50 project, in collaboration with universities, Large,Small and Medium industries of Turkey. For the development of 2U CubeSat project, HAVELSAN and Istanbul Technical University (ITU)are working together as partners.

The 2U CubeSat will be launched as a part of European Union's FP7 QB 50 project carried out by von Karman Institute (VKI) in Belgium. The main purpose of the cube satellite is to collect atmospheric measurements from the multiple points of Thermosphere layer (which has not been examined enough yet).These measurements will be done by sensors that have been developed under the same project as well. These new measurements are aimed to improve the existing models of thermosphere. Satellite subsystems (Communication, Orientation and Control (Attitude Determination and Control), Mission Computer (On Board Computer), power (solar panels, batteries, electrical power distribution board), payload (MNLP-electron probe) have been gathered from different developers and being integrated by HAVELSAN and ITU.

HAVELSAN has developed  the software in accordance to the hardware sub-system interface documentation (ICD) and the system operational scenarios. ITU is responsible for the hardware testing / hardware integration of the project. HAVELSAN has provided entire software support during the development and integration phases. All expenses have been covered by HAVELSAN. In the scope of the Project, Havelsan established a ground station in its main facility. During this Project, HAVELSAN has gained experience on the development of satellite software & architecture and also on satellite system design, test and integration.

HAVELSAT and BEEAGLESAT cube satellites have been delivered to the QB50 project team in the Netherlands to make the final inspection and pre- flight testing in August 2016. In order to launch the satellites from International Space Station, they will be sent to USA by QB50 Project team. The expected date for the launch is in the fourth quarter of the year 2016.
14:30 - 15:10     HALL A (Parallel Session)
Cockpit Technologies and Flight Management Systems

Presenter: Mr. Tolga ZORER (ASELSAN)
14:30 - 15:10    HALL B (Parallel Session)
Overcoming the most
time-consuming DO-178C objectives

Presenter: Mr. Mark RICHARDSON (Field Application Engineer, LDRA)
Despite the intensive amount of resources that certification requires, it’s nothing in comparison to the cost of something missed.

Based on studies from leading aircraft manufactures, the size and complexity of avionics software continues to grow dramatically. The current rate of software growth is pacing 400 percent every two years. The challenges presented by this phenomenal growth are crystallized by the sobering realization that all the new software will need to comply with DO-178B’s more rigorous successor, DO-178C, Software Considerations in Airborne Systems and Equipment Certification.  Additionally, the increasingly distributed nature of development, the need for a high degree of automation, reuse, portability, and interoperability, requires increasingly sophisticated and integrated processes and associated tooling.

Adoption of new technologies such as model based design, multi-core, time and space partitioned operating systems, and object oriented technologies help alleviate some of these challenges.  To properly incorporate this evolving technology and meet compliance goals requires powerful development verification methodologies and technologies.

This presentation will discuss methodologies, tools and subject matter expertise as a means to achieve successful certifications for software suppliers. Included in the webinar are how lifecycle traceability, automated software analysis and verification, and other techniques can be used to meet the objectives in DO-178C, DO-330, and DO-331 and achieve certification goals within schedule and cost targets.

October 26, 2016 | 15:40 - 17:00
presented by
Integration of Digital Flight Control Computer (SUKB) with National Real Time Operating System (GİS)

Presenter: Mr. Murat VURAL (TAI)
SUKB Project whose customer is Turkish Defense Industry Under Secretariat (SSM) is completed by TAI in 2015. In this project Autopilot Modes and Electro-Mechanical Flight Control System are developed and applied on Hürkuş Training Aircraft in Iron Bird environment. In 2016, Integrity Operating System which was used for all SUKB software has been changed with GIS developed by TÜBİTAK-BİLGEM. This integration project has high importance to use national real time operating system in other platforms especially in aviation domain. This presentation firstly informs general concept of SUKB. After that, integration project phases of GIS to SUKB are explained step by step.
GİS Real Time Operating System and Integration with TAI Digital Flight Control Computer (SUKB)

GİS is the first and only hard real-time operating system (RTOS) developed in Turkey at TÜBİTAK BİLGEM. GİS aims to fill the technological gap in RTOS industry for Turkey. Currently, GİS supports various widely used architectures in avionic industry and continues adapting to the new platforms. In 2016, GİS is integrated with TAI Digital Flight Control Computer (SUKB) applied on Hürkuş Training Aircraft in Iron Bird Test Environment. In this presentation, Integration effort and phases of GİS-SUKB Integration Project are explained after general description of GİS concepts. Ongoing projects and future road-map of GİS are briefly covered.