Engineering Services


As much as Radio Systems project documentation is enshrined in its ISO9001 procedures, we adopt a flexible project-specific approach to the subject. Broadly the scale of documentation has to be commensurate with project size, complexity and be in compliance with any externally derived specification requirements.

Whilst Radio Systems derives documents internally, input is actively sought from Clients and all documents are subject to Client approval.


Typically, a system delivery project would include the following

FDS – Functional Design Specification

DDS – Detailed Design Specification

RAMS – Risk Assessments and Method Statements

Drawing set – To include GA (General Arrangement), Block Diagrams, Wiring Diagrams etc.

FAT – Factory Acceptance Test document

SAT – Site Acceptance Test document

ICM – Installation and Commissioning Manuals

Operator Handbooks

Technical Handbooks

ABDS or VDB – As Built Document Set or Vendor Data Book to contain copies of all project documentation

PDSA – Post Delivery Support Agreements

If the project is for overseas delivery the following shipping documents are also originated or supplied by Radio Systems

CI – Commercial Invoice

COO – Certificates of Origin

COQ – Certificates of Quality

PL – Packing Lists

ICAO/IATA – Air Cargo Compliance Declarations