European Organization for Civil Aviation Equipment (EUROCAE)
Organisation européenne pour l'équipement de l'aviation civile
1963-04-24 Lucerne Switzerland
Founded as European Organization for Civil Aviation Electronics -- Organisation européenne pour l'équipement électronique de l'aviation civile, on adoption at first General Assembly of a memorandum of understanding. Current title adopted 1990, Stockholm (Sweden).
Focus on electronic equipment for air transport, dealing exclusively with aviation standardization for both airborne and ground systems and equipments.
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