The “brain” of each civil aircraft is in the pilot’s cabin, where a varying assortment of C.S.O. products are implemented everyday. The aircraft cockpit contains many electronic systems from VECB (universal engine control computer systems), through TCAS (traffic alert and collision avoidance system), FCU (flight control unit) etc., which are located in all sorts of mechanical parts or systems, where C.S.O. has its place in the supply chain. Most of the individual components in terms of purpose do not have such strict production requirements as applies to water management, in spite of which all the employees treat the production of components in the same responsible manner.
A separate relatively big project here is the housing that is made by a special process of riveting milled machined components and outsourced pressed parts. Here the partially high requirements for precision were substituted by high requirements visual perfection.