Condor Engineering technology assets aquired by GE Fanuc
Charlottesville, VA — GE Fanuc Embedded Systems has completed the acquisition of the technology assets of Condor Engineering, which include test-and-simulation products, embedded boards, and core technology to meet the data communications needs of commercial and military aircraft manufacturers and suppliers.
“We are very pleased that the addition of the Condor Engineering technology provides GE Fanuc Embedded Systems with an expanded reach in the avionics industry,” said Maryrose Sylvester, president and CEO of GE Fanuc. “Synergistic product lines offer compelling, high-performance solutions that address the needs of the customers in this industry.”
Condor’s products include hardware interface solutions for application engineers, extensive high-level API libraries for software developers, GUI monitor and control programs for integrators and test engineers, and core logic for embedded designers. This technology supports F-16, F-18, F-22, C-17, C-130, Airbus, and Boeing aircraft. Test-and-simulation products include COTS avionics communications solutions including CompactPCI, PCI, PMC, and VME platforms.
The former Condor Engineering team has been designated as GE Fanuc avionics interface products’‘center of excellence’ and will continue to provide a high level of expertise and customer care.
— Richard Phelps , senior editor, Control Engineering
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