The aviation electronics lab provides student with support for the design, simulation and testing of practical work in digital and analog electronics. These includes interfacing transducers / sensors for different communication buses used by on-board computers (ARINC429, SPI, I2C, UART). The acquired signals can be subject to digital processing with specific filtering, modulation, and transmission-reception problems. The languages used for application development are Octave / Matlab, C and assembly language, and the test platforms includes all major processors: X86, X64, ARM and AVR processing architectures. The lab also provides students with the logistics needed to develop artificial intelligence applications with neural and fuzzy logic networks used on drones for image processing, filtering, controlling, and autonomous flight.
For space, the Aviation Electronics Laboratory allows testing of energy sources on board satellites such as solar panels and fuel cells.