As aircraft become more electric, so, too does the complexity of integrating their systems and making sure they work together as planned under all scenarios. Now GE Aviation, better known for engines, has invested heavily in what may be the world’s first facility to do just that. GE Aviation is four months away from opening what it believes is the largest and most sophisticated electrical power research and development facility for future aircraft and UAVs. Dubbed Epicenter (the ...


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