GDC Technics says their strategic investments, expanding capabilities and a range of technology breakthroughs will help cement their industry leadership in modifying next-generation airplanes, and will continue to drive success into 2016 as the company expands its focus on a program they have dubbed “Engineering the Impossible.”
The company outlined their innovations to include:
- 20 percent lighter cabins. New fabrication techniques and advanced-technology materials resulting in cabins that are 20 percent lighter than industry norms.
- The latest in connectivity technology for communication and entertainment integrated onto carbon-fiber and conventional aircraft platforms.
- 3D Printing. Lightweight, precision-crafted cabin interior and IFE components are advancing this technology from rapid prototyping to finished goods.
- 3D Engineering. Combining the latest 3D engineering software applications with GDC’s Synchronicity operations management tool is reducing turn times for faster returns to service.
- Virtual Reality Design Interface Software. A full-scale, 3D interactive virtual reality design interface that is used to provide an immersive experience for customers, designers and even installation crews, at every stage of the luxury aircraft modification. GCD says the new software bridges the gap between aircraft owners, designers, engineers and production process.
“From our cutting edge 3D technology to our new advances in interior weight reduction, GDC’s demonstrated its commitment to innovation and customer care and service,” Mohammad Alzeer, GDC general partner, said. “These innovations and new technologies are as bold and forward-thinking as the next-generation for which they are designed to be incorporated in.”