Branko Pinter (2008) DEVELOPMENT OF AN APPLICATION FOR INSTRUMENT POSITIONING ON AVIO-BORDS FOR ULTRA LIGHT AIRCRAFTS. EngD thesis.
The thesis deals with the analysis, planning and development of an application for company Pipistrel, which makes ultra-light planes. The application is to simplify, speed up and consequently reduce the expenses of the production process. It however aims to improve only the part of the production process where the aircraft instruments (henceforth instruments) are being placed on armature plates (henceforth plates). This part of the production process was done manually so far and no application was used, so the choice of a program language and development environment was entirely mine. Considering the offer of the current technology and application development environment, I opted for a widely used development tool Microsoft Visual Studio 2008. I also had several programming languages to choose form, and decided to use C#, because it is often used today and I already worked with it in the past. For saving data I chose the Microsoft Access database. The introductory part of the thesis includes a short presentation of the company I cooperated with and a description of our approach to the problem. I described the analysis and the planning of the application system. This includes business processes, diagrams illustrating the use with descriptions of individual examples of use, database planning and user interface planning. Chapter 4 shows the results of my work - the application forms and the problems I came across during the development of the application. The final part of the thesis features my conclusions and a description of a possible further development of the application and descriptions of specific instruments.
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