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    "Zero-emissions” podcast series (Ep. 3): Product Design and Building for Certification

    "Zero-emissions” podcast series (Ep. 3): Product Design and Building for Certification

    Welcome to Talking Aerospace Today – a podcast for the Aerospace & Defense industry. A place that brings the promise of tomorrow’s technology to the ears of our listeners today.
    How do you build a great product and stay within cost and schedule? This is a critical question facing OEMs of zero-emissions aircraft today. And how do you mass produce these things anyway? To build a high-quality air taxi or eVTOL within cost requires the complete optimization of the product – as well as the production process itself. 
    Today, in our third episode, “The Zero-Emissions Aircraft: Product Design and Building for Certification” we’ll be talking about how to leverage the digital twin to create an optimal design that meets the desired quality and performance standards – and prepares teams for certification. Once again, I am joined by my partner Dale Tutt, vice president of aerospace and defense at Siemens Digital Industries Software. 
    In our previous podcast, we talked about the variables and trade-offs associated in the early stages of conceptual design. Today, Dale discusses the move out of preliminary design and into the many disciplines and domains associated with product design. We’ll touch on how the digital twin can be leveraged throughout this stage – which includes verification and certification.
    I’m your host, Scott Salzwedel, and welcome you to today’s show. In addition to the digital twin, we’ll touch on the digital threads that assist teams during the product design process as we move along deeper product development.
    Some really great stuff. I hope you’ll be able to join.
    In this episode, you will learn:
    How MBSE digital thread contributes to product design. (07:38)The benefits of virtual commissioning. (08:18)The role of the digital twin in product optimization. (09:24)The processes that should be in place before starting certification. (13:58)
    Connect with Dale Tutt:
    LinkedIn
    Connect with Scott Salzwedel:
    LinkedIn
    Resources:
    Siemens Aerospace & Defense website
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    • 20 Min.
    "Zero-emissions” podcast series (Ep. 2): Conceptual Thinking and Preliminary Design

    "Zero-emissions” podcast series (Ep. 2): Conceptual Thinking and Preliminary Design

    Welcome to Talking Aerospace Today – a podcast for the Aerospace & Defense industry. A place that brings the promise of tomorrow’s technology to the ears of our listeners today.
    In commercial aviation, innovation has been motivated by the need to increase speed or carrying capacity. Of course lowering production costs is another huge motivator. And let’s not forget safety. The industry is about to undergo another revolution; this time motivated by the need for more sustainable flight and zero-emissions air travel.
    Today, in our second episode of a five-part series, we’re going back to the early planning stages of a zero-emissions aircraft, in an episode we’re calling “Zero-emissions Aircraft – Conceptual Thinking and Preliminary Design.” We’ll cover the digital threads involved in the early conceptual stages and how these digital threads mature as the process progresses. What are the design considerations? How about the trade-offs? You’ll learn the importance of the comprehensive digital twin – even in these early stages.
    I’m your host, Scott Salzwedel, and I will be joined once again by my special guest, Dale Tutt, Vice President of Aerospace and Defense at Siemens Digital Industries Software. Dale has great insight in the many phases of aircraft development, and he’ll share some of that expertise with us today. 
    I invite you to take a listen and see how digitalization plays a role in the early stages of aircraft development and helps build cleaner, greener, state-of-the-art, zero-emissions aircraft. 
    In this episode, you will learn:
    The variables to be considered in the development of a zero-emissions aircraft. (2:00)The trade-offs to consider while developing. (3:27)The role digital threads play in the early stages of development. (6:24)What the preliminary design phase involves. (9:36)The role of simulation during the development process. (14:15)The difference between the product digital twin and the production digital twin. (16:51)Connect with Dale Tutt:
    LinkedInConnect with Scott Salzwedel:
    LinkedInResources:
    Siemens Aerospace & Defense website

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    • 21 Min.
    Agile Product Development in the Aerospace and Defense Industries

    Agile Product Development in the Aerospace and Defense Industries

    Welcome to Talking Aerospace Today – a podcast for the Aerospace & Defense industry. A place that brings the promise of tomorrow’s technology to the ears of our listeners today.
    Wow, we are at the forefront of something truly revolutionary.
    There’s so much innovation going on. And there’s this vision that in the not-to-distant future we’ll all be flying around in urban air mobility vehicles. Seriously. Sure, there are some naysayers out there, but that’s not going to stop the visionaries, the dreamers.
    In order to pull this off, the industry needs to transform how it designs and manufactures aircraft. While new techniques and technologies are a must for the eVTOL manufacturers of the world, adopting new design and manufacturing technologies can also give the more established players – those with the more traditional aircraft a huge leg up as well.
    In this episode of Talking Aerospace Today we’ll be talking about agile product development. What is agile? And why is this such a big deal? Agile empowers companies to use the latest cutting-edge technologies. Companies become more nimble and more flexible in the engineering process. They can handle change orders easily and customize on the fly. All of this while meeting cost and schedule – taking on risk without compromise.
    I’m your host, Scott Salzwedel, and in this episode, I am joined by two A&D industry experts. Jim Roche, Executive Consultant, Director of A&D Practice at CIMdata, and the founder of PLM A&D Action Group. and Dale Tutt, my partner, and Vice President of Aerospace & Defense at Siemens Digital Industries Software.
    Please join me for this in-depth, one-of-kind discussion. Where else will you hear about the cascading “waterfall approach” and “sprints” in the same discussion?
    In this episode, you will learn:
    ●     What is the mission of the PLM A&D Action Group? (5:50)
    ●     Siemens’ involvement in model-based systems engineering (MBSE). (9:58)
    ●     The shortcomings of the traditional product development approach. (13:10)
    ●     The various aspects of agile product development. (16:11)
    ●     How does Siemens define agile product development? (17:43)
    ●     The challenges agile product development addresses. (22:35)
    ●     What is meant by a “sprint” in the context of agile product development. (24:28)
    ●     The characteristics of the legacy/waterfall approach. (29:37)
    ●     The characteristics of agile product development. (31:02)
    ●     The benefits of digital transformation. (38:24)
    ●     A real-world example of agile product development in action. (39:41)
    Connect with Jim Roche:
    LinkedIn
    CIMdata
    Connect with Dale:
    LinkedIn
    Connect with Scott:
    LinkedIn
     
    Resources:
    ●     Siemens Aerospace & Defense website

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    • 46 Min.
    "Zero-emissions” podcast series (Ep. 1): Cleaner, greener propulsion systems in the era of advanced air mobility

    "Zero-emissions” podcast series (Ep. 1): Cleaner, greener propulsion systems in the era of advanced air mobility

    Welcome to Talking Aerospace Today – a podcast for the Aerospace & Defense industry. A place that brings the promise of tomorrow’s technology to the ears of our listeners today.
    There’s a lot of talk round air mobility these days. So much innovation. No question the electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicles will have a huge role. There are many reasons as to why eVTOLs will be so popular. One of the primary reasons: zero emissions. Right now, more than ever, new modes of air transportation need to be cleaner, greener and better for our environment.
    Today, in our first episode of a new series we’re calling “The Future of Air Mobility: Zero Emissions Aircraft,” we'll be talking about how the aerospace industry is planning for a cleaner, greener future. We’ll cover the various types of propulsion technology and how better blends of fuel are helping to lighten the carbon footprint. You’ll hear about current advancements and how the digital twin is helping companies keep up with the latest technologies.
    I am your host, Scott Salzwedel, and I will be joined by Dale Tutt, Vice President of Aerospace & Defense at Siemens Digital Industries Software. Dale has a lot to say on this topic – and we plan to cover a lot ground.
    So please take a listen as we discuss the promise and future of zero-emissions aircraft.
    In this episode, you will learn:
    How the airline industry is preparing for a greener future. (2:08)The role of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) in reducing hydrocarbons. (3:52)Paths towards fuel efficiency and reduced emissions. (5:19)Why the wait to reach zero-emissions aircraft? (8:42)How energy density and power density relate to one another. (11:49)The controversy around hydrogen. (14:45)Why a comprehensive digital twin is critical in the design process. (21:33)Connect with Dale Tutt:
    LinkedInConnect with Scott Salzwedel:
    LinkedInResources:
    Siemens Aerospace & Defense website
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    • 24 Min.
    #5 eVTOL Electrical System Design and Compliance

    #5 eVTOL Electrical System Design and Compliance

    Welcome to Talking Aerospace Today – a podcast for the Aerospace & Defense industry. A place that brings the promise of tomorrow’s technology to the ears of our listeners today.
    eVTOLs are not only electrically powered but they need an electrical system that’s lean, lightweight, and efficient. They also have to be 110 percent safe - no question about it. So, what are manufacturers doing to ensure they meet these requirements in an efficient manner?
    Today, in our fifth and final episode of our "Innovation” podcast series, we'll explore and explain the design and manufacture of an electrical system for today's eVTOL aircraft. We’ll also touch on the importance of power management and why electrical platform weight is so critical to eVTOL design. Of course, all this wouldn’t be possible without a model-based engineering approach so we’ll dive into model-based design and the advantages of this approach when it comes to creating an electrical system for an eVTOL aircraft.
    I am your host, Scott Salzwedel, and for the last time in this series, I am joined by Dale Tutt, Vice President of Aerospace & Defense at Siemens Digital Industries Software. We’ll also be joined by and Anthony Nicoli, the Aerospace & Defense Director of Integrated Electrical Systems at Siemens Digital Industries Software. Tony is the Siemens guru of all things electrical in an aircraft.
    Please join us as we uncover electrical design considerations for eVTOLs, and how the digital transformation from Siemens addresses these complexities and challenges.
    In this episode, you will learn:
    Dale’s experience with electrical systems. (03:00)What manufacturers focus on the most in the electrical system of an eVTOL (04:15)The challenges with electrical systems in today’s eVTOL designs. (05:03)How companies are addressing the power management and platform weight of electrical system design. (05:57)How model-based techniques and approaches help with getting certifications easier and faster. (08:35)The benefits of using a comprehensive digital twin. (10:09)How embracing the digital transformation allows teams to operate more efficiently. (12:32)Connect with Dale:
    LinkedInConnect with Tony:
    LinkedInConnect with Scott:
    LinkedInResources:
    Siemens Aerospace & Defense website
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    • 16 Min.
    #4: eVTOL Structural Design using Composites and Additive Manufacturing

    #4: eVTOL Structural Design using Composites and Additive Manufacturing

    Welcome to Talking Aerospace Today – a podcast for the Aerospace & Defense industry. A place that brings the promise of tomorrow’s technology to the ears of our listeners today.
    The aerostructural design of an eVTOL aircraft is incredibly important. Yeah, the designs are pretty cool-looking, but considerations need to be made around managing vehicle weight and structural efficiency.
    Today, in the fourth podcast of our “Innovation” podcast series, we’ll be discussing eVTOL aerostructural design. This is a very important topic because through composites and employing additive manufacturing, OEMs can build with a stronger, lighter material for optimal aircraft performance. In this episode, we’ll dive into composites and the role additive manufacturing plays and how the digital transformation is making all of this possible.
    I am your host, Scott Salzwedel, and in this episode, I am joined by two industry leaders. Dale Tutt, Vice President of Aerospace & Defense at Siemens Digital Industries Software, and John O'Connor, Director of Product and Marketing Strategy at Siemens Digital Industries Software.
    Luckily for the industry, composites and additive manufacturing have come a long way and play a critical role in the aerostructural design of eVTOL vehicles. Get ready for an extremely profound and insightful conversation.
    In this episode, you will learn:
    ●     The unique characteristics of eVTOL structures. (02:47)
    ●     eVTOL structural design challenges. (04:43)
    ●     The challenge of bringing additive and composite technologies together. (05:43)
    ●     Achieving the balance between design optimization and manufacturing constraints. (08:11)
    ●     The role additive manufacturing plays in eVTOL structural design. (10:05)
    ●     How Siemens’ Xcelerator is helping customers with their digital transformation. (13:01)
     
    Connect with Dale:
    ●     LinkedIn
    Connect with John:
    ●     LinkedIn
    Connect with Scott:
    ●     LinkedIn
    Resources:
    ●     Siemens Aerospace & Defense website

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    • 19 Min.

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