BI Business Applications and Dashboards
Development of different small business applications and business intelligence dashboards to support 3D design processes.
For these applications, I mainly use data provided by a data warehouse on the customer infrastructure and apply data analysis to discover useful information inside this data. To visualize this data, I use the Palantir skywise platform, the DevExpress / DevExtreme framework, or in some cases JS libraries like Chart.js.
As a project leader, I am responsible for 2-3 projects at customers in the aviation industry.
In these projects, I take over the administrative project work (project planning, resource planning, financial planning) and am in direct contact with different customers in aviation.
Retirement of Business Owned Tools
Support for a Business Intelligence (BI) framework that provides the ability to view data from all customer legacy systems. This framework is used to retire different business owned tools such as Excel tables or MS Access databases.
In this project, I supported users from different engineering departments to create dashboards and perform data analysis (SQL). Additionally, I held training / awareness sessions and collaborated with the developers of the framework.
Development of a Reporting Center
Creation of a web application with Angular, which connects different legacy systems and derives KPIs from them.
This tool is based on an Angular Frontend, with PHP Backend, which accesses an MYSQL data model. Also, version management with GitLab was set up. The web tool is currently used by over 150 people in the aircraft industry.
Development & Maintenance of a Configuration Management Database
Development & maintenance of an MS Access database that steers manufacturing drawings based on the aircraft configuration.
Masterthesis – Aeronautical Engineering
Development of a Methodology and Extension of the Fault Injection Toolbox (FIT) supporting Trajectory Based Particular Risk Analysis
Events or influences which are outside the system concerned and have a damaging effect on the system (e.g. bird strike) are called Particular Risks. It is necessary to investigate the aircraft in terms of these particular risks to fulfill the airworthiness requirements for a system or the overall aircraft design. This thesis focuses on the development of a methodology and the implementation to perform model-based Particular Risks Analysis using the Fault Injection Toolbox (FIT). This tool is used to inject faulty signals to existing design models and investigates the system behavior of the manipulated system model.