Aversan Hosts the Mississauga Board of Trade

  • Amy Gopaulsingh
  • July 4, 2019

Aversan was proud to host David Wojcik and Brad Butt of the Mississauga Board of Trade (MBOT) at our office on Thursday, June 28th. David is President and CEO and Brad is Vice President, Government and Stakeholder Relations at MBOT. They spoke with Aversan’s Nathan Nandhakumaran about business in Mississauga and the opportunities for growth…

Aversan Kicks Off National Engineering Month!

  • Amy Gopaulsingh
  • March 4, 2019

Happy National Engineering Month! March 1st marks the beginning of National Engineering Month!  In 1992, Engineers Canada founded National Engineering Month to “celebrate engineering excellence” in Canada.  The month strives to strengthen bonds of people within the profession across the country.

Summer Internship Experience 2018

  • Sucheta Mehra
  • September 26, 2018

For most student interns, a summer internship is an opportunity to gain real-time industry experience in the field of their interest that they cannot achieve in an ideal school setting. It’s an invaluable learning experience for new grads and employers alike, but it takes a conscious effort from both parties to make it successful. This…

Focus on bringing your next innovation to market. Let an independent, on-demand testing center of excellence provide a unified and balanced combination of test planning, test management, automated testing services, best practices, tools, and technologies. Applying a TCoE within a managed quality assurance group resolves the challenges associated with decentralized and under-performing testing functions. In the…

Aerospace System Testing at Aero17

  • Sorina
  • July 27, 2017

The Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute (CASI) held the bi-annual Aerospace conference on May 16-18, 2017 in Toronto. The conference offered a great opportunity for aerospace enthusiasts from industry, academia, and government to learn about the latest research and developments being conducted in the aerospace community. Over 300 delegates attended, and a total of 180 oral…

With strong new regulations in Canada and the USA, the hey-day of unregulated consumer drone flight is at its end. The tightening of regulations goes far beyond what typical consumers see. Soon manufacturers and developers of unmanned aerial systems may face much more stringent requirements to sell their devices. Aerospace Safety Requirements The RTCA is…

Will They Ever Make a Plane Bigger than the An-225?

  • Taylor Straatsma
  • March 30, 2017

There is no doubt that commercial passenger airplanes are big – the Boeing 747-8 and the Airbus A380 dominate in this category. Each has the ability to transport more than 500 passengers on the longest regularly scheduled commercial flights in the world, however, the flying giant Antonov An-225 Mriya (dream) tops these both for its…

What will happen in the Drone industry this year

  • Ryan Anderson
  • February 23, 2017

The presence of UAVs in all industries is growing every day. Imagine a remotely piloted vehicle with a thermal camera, which could autonomously follow the edge of a forest fire to track its progress. Or a small quad-rotor with cameras and sensors which could be used to safely inspect a bridge or building exterior while the…

October 24th, 2003 marked the final commercial flight of Concorde. Since then no commercial aircraft has been capable of supersonic flight. With rising fuel costs, increasingly efficient subsonic flight and a ban of supersonic flight over land, it seems as though the era of supersonic civilian flight is over.  However, a new wave of interest…

Choosing the right software development lifecycle is crucial to the successful implementation of any project. Developers have many choices to choose from such as Waterfall, V-model, Agile, and spiral, just to name a few. The life-cycle adopted can vary with the industry, scope of the software system, and product in mind.  When safety and reliability…