The configurable integrated surveillance system (CISS) under development for the Boeing 787 is the largest effort of its type Rockwell Collins has ever undertaken for the commercial market. "This is very big for the company," says Andy Vesel, director of communications, navigation and surveillance engineering. The investment was so large that it needed approval from the Rockwell Collins board, and Vesel notes that the avionics company has a "shared fate" on this team with Boeing. "If the ...

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