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Milestones achieved include a systems requirement review, flight simulator development, creation of a vehicle avionics integration laboratory, system definition review, flight control integration laboratory, preliminary design review and the first free-flight test of the Dream ChaserA spacecraft.
Journalists will have access to the Space Vehicle Mockup Facility, motion and fixed based trainers at the Jake Garn Training Facility, Shuttle Engineering Simulator dome, Shuttle Avionics Integration Laboratory and Virtual Reality Lab.
Two Encore real-time computing systems, each with REFLECTIVE MEMORY, with one featuring a state-of-the-art 288 MHz Alpha Processor, have already been installed at Boeing's New Avionics Integration Laboratory in Seattle.
1, Boeing completed more than 9,000 hours of testing in its avionics integration laboratory.
The Block 2 software will be incorporated into the avionics software load being used in developmental F-22 radars at Boeing's Avionics Integration Laboratory in Seattle and in Boeing's 757 flying testbed aircraft," said Lew Miller, manager of the F-22 radar program at Northrop Grumman.
Boeing Defense & Space Group established the F-22 Avionics Integration Laboratory to integrate and test the most advanced fighter avionics system ever built.