ADSE B.V. is a Netherlands-based company created after the insolvency of Fokker aircraft in 1997. From that background, ADSE has evolved into a high-quality specialist organization in aircraft design, integration, certification and consulting. ADSE has successfully exported that know-how into the defense, and rail industries. ADSE employs about 80 full time staff and meets all other criteria to be classified as an SME. In the course of time, ADSE has worked with the world’s leading CS 25 OEMs: Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, Embraer and Mitsubishi. ADSE has a similar track record with CS 23 OEMs such as Pilatus and Evektor. ADSE maintains a good network and work portfolio for Aerospace tier 1, 2 and 3 industries worldwide. ADSE holds an EASA Design Organisation Approval (EASA.21J.481) and has been accepted by EASA as a Qualified Entity. The DOA is of an exceptionally wide scope, particularly for an SME. It was obtained from the Fokker heritage know-how and, to this aspect, is equivalent to an OEM.
Key assets for the project
For FᴜᴛPʀIɴᴛ50, ADSE will be contributing to TLAR specification and figures of merit identification, subsystem failure effects analysis with regards to certification, conceptual design studies and aircraft level effects as well as to the roadmap development. ADSE has been involved in sustainable aviation and transportation since its inception and has worked on improving the efficiency of aircraft whilst ensuring certifiable, practical solutions to achieving this. Knowledge and expertise on aircraft certification, safety assurance, design of sustainable aircraft and propulsion solutions and assessment of the impact of integrating new technologies in certifiable aircraft designs is a core competence of ADSE. This competence will also be applied for FᴜᴛPʀIɴᴛ50.