Aerospace Engineering Services
i7 Engineering aerospace engineering services range from:
- Conceptual Design
- Detailed Computer Design
- Engineering Analysis (FEA / CFD)
- Stress Check Analysis
- Tooling and Fixture Design
- Sourcing and Precision Manufacturing
- Technical Documentation
i7 Engineering combines Aerospace Engineering Services with Manufacturing capabilities that enable them to offer design to build services that help their customers meet the growing offset requirements in aerospace contracts as well as risk sharing partnerships.
High Quality Aerospace Engineering Solutions
The aerospace industry is destined to expand, assisted by a resurgent global economy. Globally, an increased level of air travel in emerging markets has propelled civil aviation. Similarly a heightened level of military spending worldwide and a renewed global interest in space is driving the defense sector.
Our Aerospace History
In 2010, prior to i7's formation, i7 engineering's founders were contracted to design and construct electrical systems for the Red Bull Stratos Project. Their team developed the remote-control, solid-state, space-rated electrical systems, which successfully provided power and control for life-support, cameras, telemetry and many other vital systems. The project was designed to transport skydiver Felix Baumgartner to the edge of space, to be the first skydiver to break the sound barrier while in free-fall from an extreme altitude, which he accomplished October 14th, 2012 falling at over 843.5 mph from 127,852ft.
On February 22nd, 2013, the FAI officially confirmed the 3 world records claimed by Felix Baumgartner for Maximum Vertical Speed, Exit Altitude and Vertical Distance of Free-fall. By achieving these world records, Felix adds his name to the list of FAI world record holders which includes such prestigious air sport personalities as Charles Lindbergh, Yuri Gagarin and, more recently, Bertrand Piccard and Steve Fossett.
In 2004, i7's Senior Electrical Engineer, Steve Arroyo, was also contacted to work on the avionics and power systems for the Mars Science Laboratory, later named Curiosity. His aerospace experience alone ranges nearly 40 years!