The QualityPark Group was established in 1999 a high technology provider for innovative engineering and process solutions widely experienced in aviation, automotive, rail and finance market. QualityPark is home of highly educated and qualified engineers, developers and consultants supporting together business and engineering processes through technologies, services and product solutions dedicated to higher safety and quality. QualityPark was founded in 1999 independently with active support of the DaimlerChrysler Research. The motivation establishing QualityPark was to bring advanced technologies from research into customer solutions giving today’s benefits in time and costs.
In 2000, the AviationCenter has been set-up as business unit and in 2003 as independent company.
|Year||Company||Key Customer & Partner|
|1999||Foundation of QualityPark GmbH (Berlin)|
|2000||Aviation Center as business unit||Automotive Research Projects for the DaimlerChrysler Group (Germany)
Airbus Projects in Research & Technology (Germany)
Partnership with Integrated Chipware (GB)
V&V projects with Airbus
Projects with Airbus, Bosch, Siemens, DaimlerChrysler
|2003||Foundation of QualityPark AviationCenter GmbH (Hamburg)||
Setup of Systems Layout Competence
|2004||QPAC office at Airbus Technology Park (ATP)||
Partnership agreement with Verity Inc. (GB)
Airbus A380 projects (Galley & electrical integration, TRS support)
Member of BBAA/BDLI, Aerospace Network (Germany) & Network Initiative Engine Technology
Partnership with LATelec
|2008||QPAC office Airport Center Berlin Schönefeld||
Participation in A350 XWB SAM A project
3 years contract with Airbus Safety Department
|2010||QPAC office Harburg Channel 5-7||
Development of System Safety Program Plan for the EADS Talarion UAV
Welcome China Part3: AVIC Delegation visiting QPAC in Berlin
|2012||QPAC office Wildau||
Cooperation with Hamburg Schools and NaT
QPAC office Stade
QPAC US opens office in Miami
PNAA Annual Aerospace Conference 2013
QPAC becomes member of the ZAL Association for the Promotion of Applied Aviation Research.
QPAC signs cooperation agreement with TU Dresden
QPAC joins Norlin
EASN conference Milano
A350 simulation from Flight Factor uses QPAC Fly By Wire model.