Aerospace, Education, Employment, Montreal

Aviation

Aviation and Aeronautics Career Guide

Job Titles (English)

  • Solutions architect
  • Avionics assembler
  • Structural designer
  • Draftsman-designer
  • Profile trimmer
  • Propulsion engineer
  • Mechanical engineer
  • Mill operator
  • Machinist
  • Aeronautics painter
  • Avionics technician
  • Aeronautic mechanical
  • Quality supervisor
  • Program manager
  • Software engineer
  • Assembler/Finisher
  • Business Development and Sales- Aerospace
  • Cabinetmaker
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Flammability Analyst
  • Flight Controls System Specialist
  • Procurement and Supply Chain Specialist
  • Project Coordinator
  • Safety Engineering Specialist

Job Titles (French)

  • Acheteur
  • Administrateur de contrat
  • Agent de liaison
  • Agent de méthodes
  • Agent logistique
  • Architecte de solutions
  • Assembleur aéronautique
  • Assembleur électrique
  • Assembleur en aérostructure
  • Avionique / avec ou sans licence E
  • Câbleur aéronautique
  • Concepteur de structures
  • Concepteur d’outillage
  • Concepteur mécanique
  • Dessinateur concepteur
  • Ébavureur
  • Électromécanicien
  • Estimateur
  • Gestionnaire de projet
  • Ingénieur aéronautique
  • Ingénieur avionique
  • Ingénieur commande de vol électrique
  • Ingénieur électrique
  • Ingénieur en propulsion
  • Ingénieur hydro-mécanique
  • Ingénieur industriel
  • Ingénieur informatique
  • Ingénieur logiciel
  • Ingénieur mécanique
  • Inspecteur qualité
  • Lamineur
  • Machiniste
  • Mécanicien aéronautique
  • Opérateur
  • Peintre aéronautique
  • Plaqueur
  • Programmeur CNC
  • Rédacteur technique
  • Responsable qualité
  • Soudeur
  • Technicien avionique
  • Technicien de méthodes
  • Vérificateur en chef

 

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Aerospace, Canadian, Montreal

GE’s Bromont Aviation Facility

 

GE Aviation Bromont
GE Aviation Bromont

THE GE AVIATION PLANT IS EXPANDING.

AT THE GE AVIATION BROMONT (QUEBEC) FACILITY, WE MANUFACTURE CUTTING-EDGE AIRCRAFT ENGINES THAT TRANSPORT PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD.

GE is the world’s leading manufacturer and service provider for jet engines. We supply the world with motors for commercial aircraft, military, marine, business and general aviation.

– See more at: http://en.parcscientifiquebromont.com/companies/ge-aviation/#sthash.eO79skcB.dpuf

Opportunities at GE

http://www.geaviation.com/

Aerospace, Montreal

Smoke Detection and Evacuation Test on the C Series Aircraft

How do we prove our C Series aircraft is safe in case of fire? Learn more from Eduardo Peñaz, Flight Test Specialist.

Comment démontrer que l’avion C Series est sécuritaire en cas de fumée? Eduardo Peñaz, spécialiste d’essais en vol, nous explique

 

http://news.commercialaircraft.bombardier.com/

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPvyf8tiq_GhyqqJJ8XuBaA

Sept 16th, 2013 Mirabel CSeries Maiden Flight

CSeries Maiden Flight WP_000451 WP_000456 WP_000463 WP_000477

Aerospace, Employment, Montreal, Women

Rolls-Royce A Place For Women Engineers

Martine Gagne Talks About Women In Engineering

Carrie Lambert Shares Her Career Story

Rolls-Royce YouTube Channel

https://www.youtube.com/user/RollsRoyceplc

Student & Graduates Internship Programs @ Rolls-Royce

http://www.rolls-royce.com/careers/students-and-graduates/internships/our-programmes.aspx

Fonts, Technical Writing, Visual Content, Writing

Character Encoding: ASCII vs. Unicode

Difference Between Unicode and ASCII

Unicode,also known as UTF-8 or the "Universal Alphabet"
 (used by almost 70% of websites, in 2013)

Unicode currently contains most written languages and still has room for even more. This includes typical left-to-right scripts like English and even right-to-left scripts like Arabic. Chinese, Japanese, and the many other variants are also represented within Unicode.

Summary:

1.ASCII uses an 8-bit encoding while Unicode uses a variable bit encoding.

2.Unicode is standardized while ASCII isn’t.

3.Unicode represents most written languages in the world while ASCII does not.

4.ASCII has its equivalent within Unicode.

Unicode® 6.0.0

Unicode 8.0 Character Code Charts

Characters

http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U0370.pdf
Simply copy and paste, see below:
Π Ϧ Ϯ கோ ஹெ

Those that don’t work will display as a blank box.

Ͷ ͷ ͺ ͻ ͼ ͽ ; Ϳ ΄ ΅ Ά · Έ Ή Ί Ό Ύ Ώ ΐ Α Β Γ Δ Ε Ζ Η Θ Ι Κ Λ Μ Ν Ξ Ο Π Ρ Σ Τ Υ Φ Χ Ψ Ω Ϊ Ϋ ά έ ή ί ΰ α β γ δ ε ζ η θ ι κ λ μ ν ξ ο π ρ ς σ τ υ φ χ ψ ω ϊ ϋ ό ύ ώ Ϗ ϐ ϑ ϒ ϓ ϔ ϕ ϖ ϗ Ϙ ϙ Ϛ ϛ Ϝ ϝ Ϟ ϟ Ϡ ϡ Ϣ ϣ Ϥ ϥ Ϧ ϧ Ϩ ϩ Ϫ ϫ Ϭ ϭ Ϯ ϯ ϰ ϱ ϲ ϳ ϴ ϵ ϶

SymbolsUnicode

http://unicode-table.com/en/#control-character

Heading 1: ♞ ☀ ☯

Getting Started: Unicode

 
Aerospace

Sport Flying Revolution: ICON Recreational Aircraft

New Light Sport Aircraft

The Sport Flying revolution has just begun. In 2004, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), working closely with the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) created what has been called “The biggest change in aviation in 50 years.” They created an entirely new category of aircraft (Light Sport Aircraft) as well as a new category of pilot license (Sport Pilot), both aimed specifically at consumer recreational flying. Now, the dream of flight is more accessible and more affordable than ever before. Satisfy your sense of adventure… It’s time to join the ICON revolution.

– Light Sport Aircraft
– Sport Pilot License
– Learn To Fly
– Safety
– External Resources

ICON Aircraft
ICON Aircraft
Aerospace, Innovative Products, Technical Writing

Cloud Based Aviation Technical Library

ATP Knowledge™ platformATP Cloud Based Technical Publication

ATP is a global information services company offering premier productivity, compliance and safety solutions to the General Aviation industry. ATP’s 40 years of industry leading innovation has produced the ATP Knowledge™ information service platform, the premier productivity and safety solution, and continues to set the pace for the adoption of best practices in the aviation industry. – See more at: http://www.atp.com/about/#sthash.N1rCIAnb.dpuf

Serving the Maintenance Ecosystem

Serving the general aviation maintenance ecosystem, the ATP Knowledge platform offers enhanced solutions to keep aircraft safe and airworthy. Promoting a culture of compliance and safety, the ATP Knowledge™ platform empowers maintenance professionals and regulators to efficiently manage the maintenance and airworthiness of aircraft in order to meet mandatory business requirements. Additionally, the ATP Knowledge™ platform facilitates collaboration and enables information exchanges and commerce between manufacturers, maintenance organizations, operators, regulators and schools.

– See more at: http://www.atp.com/about/#sthash.N1rCIAnb.dpuf

Cloud Computing

Simply put, “cloud computing” is defined as a service provided over the Internet. Anyone who has ever used Facebook or accessed email online has used cloud computing. In both of these examples, the application and the data are accessed over the Internet as a service without being installed on a PC or local network.

All software and information are stored remotely and managed by the cloud-based service provider, so users (including their company IT departments) don’t have to worry about security, data corruption caused by viruses, computer theft, equipment malfunctions or software glitches. The provider of the service manages and updates all information stored online.

Cloud computing also protects critical data from the risks associated with any variety of disasters, such as hurricanes, earthquakes or long-term power failures at your place of business. User information is safely stored in a secure, remote location rather than on a computer hard-drive or business network server. Data and services can always be accessed wherever and whenever an Internet connection is available.