Harlow Aerostructures and Verocel (software testing facility) have Completed DO-178 testing for an auto throttle system designed for general aviation aircraft. Harlow, based in Wichita, designed the HAT-05 auto throttle’s hardware and software for use by twin-engine, advanced aircraft with full-authority electronic digital controls (FADEC) in new or retrofit applications, it said. Verocel, based in Westford, Massachusetts, partnered with Harlow to help with software certification.
Harlow Aerostructures LLC, located in Wichita, Kansas, has been supplying to the aerospace industry since 1954. We produce components from large bulkheads, spars, chords, stringers, to small bushings, bolts, pins and bearings.