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Tune in to the Talking Aerospace Today Podcast, where Siemens talks about the innovations in the area of aerospace with industry leaders.

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Tune in to the Talking Aerospace Today Podcast, where Siemens talks about the innovations in the area of aerospace with industry leaders.

    A Forward Look on AI in A&D Part Two

    A Forward Look on AI in A&D Part Two

    Welcome to Talking Aerospace Today – a podcast for the aerospace and defense industry. A place that brings the promise of tomorrow’s technology to the ears of our listeners today.
    The rapid rise of AI in recent years has taken the world by storm. While there are bound to be some obstacles in its implementation, the number of new opportunities it presents for businesses is immense. Aerospace and defense in particular is prime to benefit from the inclusion of AI into its engineering processes.
    In this episode, Todd Tuthill, Vice President of A&D for Siemens Digital Industries Software, is joined again by Barclay Brown, Associate Director for AI Research for Collins Aerospace and leader for the AI Systems Working Group at INCOSE. They discuss what AI can bring to the A&D industry, how engineers could best utilize it in their work, and why companies should embrace AI sooner rather than later.
    In this episode, you will learn:

    Ways AI can benefit the A&D industry specifically

    More barriers to unleashing AI’s full potential

    How AI could improve engineers’ workflows

    Why people should start embracing AI today

    Connect with Todd Tuthill:
    LinkedIn
    Connect with Barclay Brown, Ph.D., ESEP:
    LinkedIn
    Connect with Patty Russo:
    LinkedIn
    Resources:
    Siemens Aerospace & Defense website

    • 19 min
    A Forward Look on AI in A&D Part One

    A Forward Look on AI in A&D Part One

    Welcome to Talking Aerospace Today – a podcast for the aerospace and defense industry. A place that brings the promise of tomorrow’s technology to the ears of our listeners today.
    With the conclusion of the exploration of digital transformation maturity, the podcast now examines one of the key aspects that appeared throughout every stage: artificial intelligence. Previous episodes have discussed recent innovations in AI and potential applications in aerospace and defense, but what can AI do for the industry further down the line?
    In this episode, Todd Tuthill, Vice President of A&D for Siemens Digital Industries Software, is joined by Barclay Brown, Associate Director for AI Research for Collins Aerospace and leader for the AI Systems Working Group at INCOSE. Together, they begin to discuss a more forward-looking vision than usual for AI in aerospace and how it can potentially lead to the advanced forms of engineering once thought impossible outside of science-fiction.
    In this episode, you will learn:

    How quickly AI is rising across industries

    The challenges holding back the adoption of AI

    How to address concerns about trust and handling proprietary data

    The extent of where AI can be applied in hardware and engineering tools

    Connect with Todd Tuthill:
    LinkedIn
    Connect with Barclay Brown, Ph.D., ESEP:
    LinkedIn
    Connect with Patty Russo:
    LinkedIn
    Resources:
    Siemens Aerospace & Defense website

    • 19 min
    Reaching Closed-Loop Optimization Part Two

    Reaching Closed-Loop Optimization Part Two

    Welcome to Talking Aerospace Today – a podcast for the aerospace and defense industry. A place that brings the promise of tomorrow’s technology to the ears of our listeners today.
    Digitalization efforts made in the aerospace and defense industry today have already done wonders in accelerating engineering workflows and reducing the amount of labor for A&D programs. The last stage of digital transformation maturity, closed-loop optimization, promises to build on those achievements and revolutionize the industry further.
    In this episode, Todd Tuthill, Vice President of Aerospace and Defense for Siemens Digital Industries Software, is joined by Thierry Olbrechts, Director for Siemens’s Aerospace Industry Solutions, Simcenter Simulation and Test Portfolio. They continue their conversation on closed-loop optimization from the previous episode, discussing how it can benefit more than just product design and why companies should begin building their optimization capabilities now.
    In this episode, you will learn:

    How closed-loop optimization extends across the product lifecycle

    Why optimization’s impact across the product lifecycle matters

    How optimization builds on digitalization’s achievements in reducing manual interactions

    Why companies should start investing in optimization capabilities now

    Connect with Todd Tuthill:
    LinkedIn
    Connect with Thierry Olbrechts:
    LinkedIn
    Connect with Patty Russo:
    LinkedIn
    Resources:
    Siemens Aerospace & Defense website

    • 17 min
    Reaching Closed-Loop Optimization

    Reaching Closed-Loop Optimization

    Welcome to Talking Aerospace Today – a podcast for the aerospace and defense industry. A place that brings the promise of tomorrow’s technology to the ears of our listeners today.
    After delving into automation, AI, and generative design, the podcast’s exploration of digital transformation maturity is almost at its end. Now is the time to discuss the fifth and final stage of the journey, closed-loop optimization, and how it builds upon and adds to the previous stages that came before it.
    In this episode, Todd Tuthill, Vice President of Aerospace and Defense for Siemens Digital Industries Software, is joined by Thierry Olbrechts, Director for Siemens’s Aerospace Industry Solutions, Simcenter Simulation and Test Portfolio. They introduce closed-loop optimization in the context of digital transformation maturity, and begin using the space industry as a use case as to how closed-loop optimization can improve upon the industry’s engineering workflows.
    In this episode, you will learn:

    What closed-loop optimization is in the context of digital transformation maturity

    How engineering workflows and optimization worked in the space industry’s past

    How digital transformation and tools have already transformed those workflows

    How closed-loop optimization can improve them even further

    Connect with Todd Tuthill:
    LinkedIn
    Connect with Thierry Olbrechts:
    LinkedIn
    Connect with Patty Russo:
    LinkedIn
    Resources:
    Siemens Aerospace & Defense website

    • 16 min
    The Mechanical Side of Generative Design Part Two

    The Mechanical Side of Generative Design Part Two

    Welcome to Talking Aerospace Today – a podcast for the aerospace and defense industry. A place that brings the promise of tomorrow’s technology to the ears of our listeners today.
    Generative design has a long history with the mechanical engineering domain, stretching all the way back to early attempts at topology optimization. Yet what generative design capabilities exist today for engineers to use now, and what will they look like as time goes on?
    In this episode, Todd Tuthill, Vice President of Aerospace and Defense for Siemens Digital Industries Software, is joined by John O’Connor, Director of Aerospace Product and Management at Siemens. They discuss what generative design looks like mechanical engineering today and how it might change, as well as how generative design can safely use company’s proprietary data to build new designs.
    In this episode, you will learn:

    The capabilities of generative design for mechanical systems today

    Generative design’s relationship to a company’s proprietary data

    The time-saving potential generative design allows

    The future direction of generative design

    Connect with Todd Tuthill:
    LinkedIn
    Connect with John O’Connor:
    LinkedIn
    Connect with Patty Russo:
    LinkedIn
    Resources:
    Siemens Aerospace & Defense website

    • 12 min
    The Mechanical Side of Generative Design Part One

    The Mechanical Side of Generative Design Part One

    Welcome to Talking Aerospace Today – a podcast for the aerospace and defense industry. A place that brings the promise of tomorrow’s technology to the ears of our listeners today.
    The last two episodes introduced the concept of generative design in the context of digital transformation maturity and how it could benefit the design of electrical systems. However, generative design is not uniform across engineering domains, with each domain having a different history regarding generative design and different design requirements to consider.
    In this episode, Todd Tuthill, Vice President of Aerospace and Defense for Siemens Digital Industries Software, is joined by John O’Connor, Director of Aerospace Product and Management at Siemens, to explore what generative design means for the mechanical domain.
    In this episode, you will learn:

    The definition of generative design and how it differs from generative AI

    How generative design benefits engineers

    How generative design for mechanical systems differs from generative design for electrical systems

    The history of generative design for mechanical engineering

    Connect with Todd Tuthill:
    LinkedIn
    Connect with John O’Connor:
    LinkedIn
    Connect with Patty Russo:
    LinkedIn
    Resources:
    Siemens Aerospace & Defense website

    • 14 min

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