With the philosophy of "Sustainable Engineering Solutions", ENDUS has been actively providing national and international avionics projects with a wide team of expertise in a wide range of fields from requirement definition, structural analysis, system solution, testing, verification and support covering the entire certification process.

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Our expertise in aerospace engineering, Thermal Management Systems, Pump|Fan|Heat Exchanger Combinations, Electronic Cooling Systems, Aircraft Heating/Cooling, Pressurization System Localization is our primary service area, plus Military Communications Protocol Software Development in various sub-Air/Marine/Land Platforms We have the capacity to work in military standards for customer needs in Avionics Software Modeling (Verification & Development & Testing), Weapon Systems ( 1760 interface, 1763 HYS certification), solutions, design and analysis services. With our dynamic and disciplined engineering team, we continue to develop our services and solutions with our sustainable R&D and Human Resources activities.

To our customers; In order to provide effective solutions in the triangle of quality, cost and reliability, we provide engineering services by using our extensive knowledge and experience on various space technologies and the difficulties encountered in the field of aviation.

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According to IATA, air traffic is expected to double over the next two decades, with about 7.2 billion passengers flying by 2035.

In such an environment, innovation is very important for the aviation industry and there should be no mistakes. Produced aircraft should be increasingly safe, electric, light, ecological, economical and maintainable. The use of real-time 3D design models and the integration of various innovations that the market needs are very important today. We are working hard in this field to both modernize our existing systems and develop systems that will meet the needs of the new world.

We also anticipate that infrastructures will need to adapt to accommodate traffic growth. Wider runways, terminals with improved gate and baggage handling systems that provide greater productivity are some of the requirements that could be. At the same time, the development of systems to manage these structures and the expansion of their features will depend on certain international standards. Innovation in aviation will continue apace as airlines strive to meet the expectations of private and recurring customers by improving their connections and other services.

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