Synthesis®

Industry 4.0 enabled compliance tool
Synthesis

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Optimum aircraft efficiency with built in real time stall avoidance.
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Marinvent is a privately held Canadian company headquartered near Montreal, one of the largest aerospace centers in the world. Marinvent provides consulting, services, training, tools and IP to reduce our customers risk and help them innovate quickly.

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September 13, 2019

Marinvent Announces Successful Delivery to the Government of Canada.

We are delighted to announce Marinvent’s delivery of Synthesis®, our Industry 4.0-enabled compliance tool, to the Government of Canada.

Synthesis BCIP Award September 2019

April 12, 2019

APM video – in-flight Stall monitoring during NRC testing –

 

April 2, 2019

Marinvent Announces Successful Delivery to the Government of Canada of its APM Product – APM Delivered to First Customer and Completion of Independent Testing

November 14, 2017

Marinvent Secures Government of Canada as Launch Customer for APM. Final APM BCIP Press Release 6 Nov 2017

October 10, 2017

Marinvent is very pleased to announce their APM sensor has won the Tech Briefs “Create the Future” Design Contest for 2017 in the Aerospace and Defense category. See the full brief here.

May 31, 2017

Marinvent and QRA Announce New Tool Availability and Sign Up First University Partner – click here see the full announcement.

March 15, 2017

Flight Test Centre of Excellence (FTCE), is delighted to announce that it has received approval from Transport Canada as Canada’s first Independent Flight Test and Certification Design Approval Organization (DAO) 17-Q-01. Read the full press release here.

March 14, 2017

Marinvent is a Proud Hospitality Sponsor of AETE’s 50th Anniversary. You can read more on www.aete50th.ca. aete50th March 08, 2017 Marinvent Corporation announces today a partnership with QRA Corporation for the integration of QRA´s QVscribe with Marinvent´s Synthesis® certification tools, to significantly improve the way requirements are handled. Read the entire press release here. February 2017 Marinvent’s President Dr. John Maris named Defence Executive of the Year by Canadian Defence Review (CDR). See the full article here, pages 17-20. January 2017 Marinvent is pleased to announce that it has received AS9100 certification in January of this year. July 2016 July 14, 2016 – The Hon. Chrystia Freeland, P.C., M.P., Minister of International Trade of Canada highlights Canadian aerospace success at the Farnborough International Airshow. Read the full news release here. July 13, 2016 – Marinvent Corporation President John Maris announced today at the Farnborough International Airshow the launch of Canada’s first independent research, development, flight test, and certification center, CertCenterCanada (www.certcentercanada.com). CertCenterCanada addresses the challenges faced by aerospace companies as they try to reduce the substantial costs, schedule, and risks associated with flight testing and certification. The centre will provide a single-source resource of expert services, facilities, test assets, and access to Transport Canada delegates (DARs) covering a broad spectrum of disciplines. Read the full press release here. On July 28th, 2016 AerospaceU.com, a joint venture of Marinvent Corporation and KnowledgeOne, launches its first online course dedicated to software certification in the aerospace industry. The course, DO-178, is an introductory program that encompasses several topics including the reasons certifiable design is important and where certifiable design fits into the broader certification process. Click here for the full press release:DO178 course_press release.APM Delivered to First Customer and Completion of Independent Testing

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