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TTTech and Intertechnique cooperate on EU project

The project on More Open Electrical Technologies (MOET) was launched successfully on July 5th.

TTTech is a participant in this joint development project formed by 61 companies in the EU's Framework Programme 6.

MOET stands for More Open Electrical Technologies and aims to establish a new industrial standard for electrical system design in commercial aircraft. This will strengthen the competitiveness of the EU's aerospace industry.

One of MOET's important design objectives is to improve operational aircraft capacity. Its Power-by-Wire (PbW) concept will enhance aircraft design and electrical power flexibility.

Press release issued by TTTech Computertechnik AG on August 29, 2006


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TTTech Computertechnik AG Engine Controls, Research/Consulting Services, Electronic Components, Computer-aided Design, Avionics Controls, Data Bus


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