Large aerospace Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) such as: Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Airbus, Sikorsky, Bell Helicopter, BAE, L3, Raytheon, Northrop Grumman, General Dynamics, Honeywell, Pratt and Whitney, General Electric, Augusta Westland, Rolls Royce, Safran, Embraer, Finmeccanica, Bombardier, Thales, Spirit, Zodiac, Rockwell Collins, and Dassault establish license agreements for numerous reasons. For the remainder of this blog these companies will be called the “Prime” since they are the primary company that designs and assembles their products. InterConnect Wiring has two license agreements with the Primes; one is with Lockheed Martin and a second one with Sikorsky Aircraft. Both license agreements are similar in many respects. Both agreements establish InterConnect as the Licensee for electrical products such as wiring harnesses, cockpit panels, relay panels, and circuit breaker panels. Both agreements allow InterConnect to access the respective Prime’s technical data and specifications, configuration control information, and tooling. InterConnect’s License Agreement with Lockheed Martin is for the F-16 fleet worldwide. InterConnect’s License Agreement with Sikorsky is actually called a Technical Support Services Agreement (TSSA) and it is for all Sikorsky aircraft (military and commercial) worldwide. License agreements benefit many companies and governments throughout the world. Four of the primary establishments that benefit are: (1) users who fly the aircraft, (2) the Primes, (3) logistics companies, and (4) the Licensee.