Independent Technical Evaluator (ITE)

Within the Military Air Domain the requirement for Independent Technical Evaluation (ITE) is detailed in MAA Regulatory Article 1220 and independent assessment is viewed as essential in ensuring the airworthiness of air systems.

Regulatory Article (RA) 1220 states:

Independent Technical Evaluator (Rotary Wing)

Aviation Requirement delivers elements of Independent Technical Evaluation (ITE) advice to a number of Rotary Wing platforms including Chinook, Puma HC Mk2, Gazelle, and Apache E.

AR ITE capability relating to airworthiness and safety covers independent analysis of the evidence supporting structural upgrades, modifications, fatigue lifing and repair schemes.

A supporting exposition details arrangements which enable Aviation Requirements’ enduring ITE capability – ensuring the Company’s ability to conduct consistently high quality ITE whilst ensuring demonstrable independence.

Independent Technical Evaluator (Fixed Wing)

Aviation Requirements is the Independent Technical Evaluator for the whole of the UK F35 Lightning II Programme.

AR ITE capability relating to airworthiness and safety covers independent analysis of the evidence supporting Equipment Safety Assessments, including qualitative assessments of aircraft handling, Human Machine Interface (HMI) and crew workload.

A supporting exposition details arrangements which enable Aviation Requirements’ enduring ITE capability – ensuring the Company’s ability to conduct consistently high quality ITE while ensuring demonstrable independence.

Independent Technical Evaluator (Unmanned Air Systems)

Aviation Requirements is the Independent Technical Evaluator for the majority of Combat Air Unmanned Air Systems.

Copyright © Aviation Requirements Limited 2021 | Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0.