ABRAHAM TECHNOLOGY has signed Strategic partnership agreement with the Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC), the key regulator of the aviation industry in the CIS.
The subject of the Agreement is the long-term partnerships establishment between the parties for the following key areas:
Additionally, the organizations agreed to work together on the following tasks:
«We are very glad to sign the Agreement with the InterstateAviation Committee. We consider this as one of the most important steps of our strategy implementation” - said Stanislav Kochkin, ABRAHAM TECHNOLOGY CEO. – «We are pretty sure the national unmanned aircraft flight management system must meet the high standards of manned aviation. Therefore, our very strong believe is the system from the very beginning should be engineered and built based on technologies proven by aviation industry usage.
This is a cornerstone of our vision.
But speaking of standards and proven aviation technologies - we inevitably come to the necessity such critical tasks as certification.More precisely, it is critically to develop a certification base and standards for a new emerging industry, to establish evaluating and certification processfor new solutions and so on.
We are sure that strategic partnership and cooperation with such respectable and internationally recognized organization as the IACwill help us to perform these tasks in optimal way».
About the Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC).
The Interstate AviationCommittee (IAC) was established in December 1991 as a follow up of the InterstateAgreement on Civil Aviation and Use of Airspace signed by 12 newly established independentStates.
IAC’s goal is to ensure safe and orderly development of civil aviation and efficient use of the airspace of the States covered by the Agreement.
The purpose of the Agreement is to maintain:
unified aviation regulations, airworthiness standards, a unified system of aviation equipment certification and its production, internationally categorized airfields and their equipment, independent investigation of air accidents, coordination of civil aviation development issues and harmonization of national air traffic management systems development programs.
The IAC Agreement and Regulations were registered by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) in July 1992.
IAC has cooperation agreements with many international civil aviation regulators and organizations– in particular, ICAO, EASA, IATA, IFALPA, IPA CIS, EurAsEC and others