Marvin Test Solutions Featured at Dubai Airshow 2013 with Innovative Armament Test Systems
Global Aerospace Test Systems Provider Improves Maintenance and Sustainment
Dubai, UAE – November 14, 2013 –Marvin Test Solutions(formerly known as Geotest-Marvin Test Systems) a trusted provider of innovative test solutions for military and commercial aerospace organizations, today announced the company is exhibiting at the Dubai Airshow 2013, November 17-21 at Dubai World Central, United Arab Emirates. The company will join Aero Precision in booth #2360.
“For the last 25 years, Marvin Test Solutions has provided military and commercial off-the-shelf test solutions that are military-ready, offer aerospace-quality performance, and overcome the obsolete, legacy test equipment,” said Major General Steve Sargeant, USAF (Ret.), CEO of Marvin Test Solutions, and The Marvin Group Vice President for Strategic Development. “Attending and exhibiting at the Dubai Air Show is part of our lifelong commitment to serving the global military and commercial aerospace industry with next-generation test solutions that lower the overall cost of maintenance and sustainment.”
Marvin Test Solutions offers an array of solutions that support aerospace and armament equipment for operational-, intermediate-, and depot-level test including the MTS-3060 SmartCan™, the MTS-209, and the MTS-916-3.
The hand-held, battery-operated SmartCan™ is an innovative universal O-level test set for 4th and 5th generation fighter aircraft that delivers unrivaled test capabilities to bridge the Armament Test Gap that exists with legacy test equipment. Providing smart weapons emulation of JDAM and AIM-120, offering audio and video test capabilities, and featuring more than 30 measurement channels, the SmartCan™ allows maintainers to test all legacy and smart (MIL-STD 1760) weapons systems.
The MTS-209 is an Intermediate-Level Common Armament Test Set (CATS) capable of testing Alternate Mission Equipment (AME) including launchers, pylons, bomb racks, and their major subassemblies when removed from the aircraft. The flightline-qualified MTS-209 is portable and supports both legacy and smart AME.
A state-of-the-art target simulator, the MTS-916-3 replaces multiple obsolete target simulators for AGM-65 Maverick missiles and guidance sections. Used in conjunction with the state-of-the-art MTS-206 and the legacy AN/DSM-157, the MTS 916-3 delivers high reliability, offers a small footprint, and features better automation than the simulator it replaces.
Offering Worldwide Distribution with Aero Precision
In August 2013, Aero Precision, a Greenwich AeroGroup company, announced a new worldwide partnership agreement with Marvin Test Solutions for the marketing, distribution, and resale of the company’s full line of military test systems. Working with Aero Precision allows Marvin Test Solutions to give military and aerospace professionals in 64 countries access to Marvin Test Solutions’ products and systems.
Marvin Test Solutions has a global record of proven success, with test equipment deployed in support of major platforms in use around the world, including flightline, intermediate-level, depot-level, and production acceptance testers for F-16, F-15, TA and FA-50, Apache, Boeing 737 and 787, and commercial space systems. In addition, Marvin Test Solutions has the ability to establish armament depots in conjunction with The Marvin Group.
About Marvin Test Solutions, Inc.
Marvin Test Solutions, a vertically integrated aerospace test and measurement company, has delivered innovative, feature-rich test solutions for factory,
flightline, intermediate-level, and depot-level applications since 1988. As a member of The Marvin Group, an award-winning aerospace company with a 50-year history
in the Defense and Commercial Aerospace industries, Marvin Test Solutions has test equipment deployed in support of most of the major defense aircraft and munitions
in use around the world. Marvin Test Solutions quickly delivers full-spectrum, successful test solutions - making test, maintenance, and sustainment of the most
mission-critical systems easier and faster.