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    The Evolution of Electrical Development in Aerospace

    The Evolution of Electrical Development in Aerospace

    Welcome to Talking Aerospace Today – a podcast for the Aerospace and Defense industry – the place that brings the promise of tomorrow’s technology to the ears of our listeners today.
    We’re in a period of intense innovation these days and in order to survive A&D companies must find rapid solutions to get to market faster ahead of the competition. Companies of all sizes have to be flexible, productive, and efficient in finding new ways to reach their goals – in the face of growing complexity in all facets of product design, development and manufacturing.
    In our first episode of the podcast series “The Evolution of Electrical Development in Aerospace” we’ll be discussing trends shaping the industry today. How digitalization can become your new best friend. How a model-based approach to electrical design can be implemented throughout the complete product lifecycle from architecture design to certification, from manufacture to product support and beyond.
    My special guest, who will shed light on this topic and all upcoming episodes, is Tony Nicoli. Tony is the Aerospace & Defense Director of Integrated Electrical Systems for Siemens Digital Industries Software. Before Siemens, Tony worked in the industry as a researcher, a system engineer, a program manager, and a business innovator. He worked for Honeywell, Loral, and Lockheed Martin mainly in the areas of the surface-to-air missile countermeasures and ultrasonic imaging. Pretty cool stuff!
    My name is Scott Salzwedel and I’m the host of Talking Aerospace Today. I invite to take a listen to our latest podcast series that focuses on digitalization and the evolution of electrical design in the A&D industry.  I hope you’ll join us.
    In this episode you will learn
    How electrical design relates to the A&D industry (3:21)The trends the industry is facing today (3:39)How growing complexity is impacting the industry (5:32)How to transition to a model-based approach (7:24)A closer look at the Siemens E/E Systems development environment (9:43)Can you explain the E/E Systems approach in a step by step process? (10:50)Boeing’s model-based development techniques (12:19)Tony’s example of a manufacturing case (13:28)How Capital is helping customers during this global pandemic (14:22)The power behind a model-based development approach (15:21)
    Connect with Tony: 
    LinkedIn
    Resources:
    Capital websiteBlog: The Capital E/E Systems development solution. Exactly how has Capital evolved?White Paper: A closer look: Next generation electrical systems platform development

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    • 17 min
    Intelligent Manufacturing - Deliver Quality Products Faster

    Intelligent Manufacturing - Deliver Quality Products Faster

    Everyone’s talking about the factory of the future as something that’s way out into the future. But the truth is, you can set up your factory of the future today because tomorrow’s technology is right at your doorstep.
    Throughout this series, we’ve discussed the areas that can really take you one step ahead of your competitors by accelerating your productivity through digital transformation and today, in our fifth and final podcast of the series, we’re talking about ways to accelerate production ramp-up using intelligent manufacturing and flexible automation.
    Our special guest that will shed light on this topic is Dale Tutt, the Vice President of Aerospace and Defense at Siemens Digital Industries Software. He’s been involved in product development for 30 years now, and prior to joining Siemens, he was the Vice President of Engineering at The Spaceship Company. Before that, he spent 18 years at Cessna Aircraft Company and he had roles at General Dynamics Space Systems Division and Bombardier Learjet.
    Dale is known as the go-to guy for all things aerospace and defense, so tune in to listen to his expertise on how a digital factory can really help a company ramp-up their production rate faster and deliver their product to their customers faster.
    In this episode, you’ll learn:
    The common challenges manufacturers face today. (04:08)The manufacturing changes in the traditional factory, as well as in the digital one. (05:34)How companies can make the digital transition smoother. (09:04)The role Siemens plays when it comes to intelligent manufacturing. (11:02)A real-world example of how Siemens is helping customers right now. (14:05) 
    Connect with Dale:
    LinkedIn
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    • 17 min
    Take the Risk Out of Program Planning and Management

    Take the Risk Out of Program Planning and Management

    Everywhere you look in the news, you see examples of companies that are late and over budget. What’s causing this? Well, product complexity, on the one hand, is a common factor that makes it more difficult to manage schedule or cost. On the other hand, having all the programs managed in multiple systems can really affect productivity by the lack of transparency that it entails.
    So, how can all this be improved in order to increase productivity and get to market faster?
    Today, in our fourth podcast of the ‘Accelerating Productivity Through Digital Transformation’ series, we’ll be discussing how to improve program management by using a very real and proven digital thread: Siemens Integrated Program Planning and Execution, or IPP&E.
    Our special guest of the series is Dale Tutt, the Vice President of Aerospace and Defense at Siemens Digital Industries Software. He’s been involved in product development for 30 years now, and prior to joining Siemens, he was the Vice President of Engineering at The Spaceship Company. Before that, he spent 18 years at Cessna Aircraft Company and he had roles at General Dynamics Space Systems Division and Bombardier Learjet.
    Dale is known as the go-to guy for all things aerospace and defense, so tune in to listen to his expertise on how to better manage your programs so that you can execute them faster with less risk and accelerate your productivity by using a single interface for all your systems.
    In this episode, you will learn:
    The challenges companies face today around program management. (04:16)How to manage all the different systems inside of a program. (06:33)How Siemens’ IPP&E solution helps with program management. (08:02)The benefits of using the IPP&E solution. (09:53)
    Connect with Dale:
    LinkedIn
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    • 13 min
    Product Design and Engineering - Taking Engineering Agile

    Product Design and Engineering - Taking Engineering Agile

    What if you could build and test your product before the full design is complete, and actually start to learn something about it? What if your integration was not just about managing a bunch of interfaces around suppliers but also about managing your technical risks so that you could manage your schedule better? What if you could dissolve all these silos that exist between teams and between partners and really, truly accelerate your innovation? You can do that, by rethinking your product development approach.
    Today, in our third podcast of the ‘Accelerating Productivity Through Digital Transformation’ series, we'll be discussing how to accelerate product design by introducing agile product development. What is agile product development? Why should you care? And how Siemens helps customers in this area? These are all questions that Dale, our go-to guy for all things aerospace and defense, will answer.
    Dale Tutt is the Vice President of Aerospace and Defense at Siemens Digital Industries Software. He’s been involved in product development for 30 years now, and prior to joining Siemens, he was the Vice President of Engineering at The Spaceship Company. Before that, he spent 18 years at Cessna Aircraft Company and he had roles at General Dynamics Space Systems Division and Bombardier Learjet.
    Tune in and listen to this episode to find out more!
    In this episode, you will learn:
    The drivers behind the need for agile product development. (04:15)What agile product development is. (07:53)The steps that agile product development entails. (09:19)A real-world example of agile product development. (12:29)How Siemens helps customers when it comes to agile product development. (13:48)The advantages of agile product development. (16:13)
    Connect with Dale:
    LinkedIn
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    • 18 min
    MBSE – Orchestrate Your Technical Program

    MBSE – Orchestrate Your Technical Program

    ‘Product complexity’ is the new buzzword of the past few years. With electrification and with more and more software and autonomy, you have thousands of interfaces and interactions between all these systems and components - and companies need to acquire different skill sets to manage all of these multi-domain challenges because everything is now integrated.  
    As you might imagine, in the A&D industry, maximizing productivity throughout the product lifecycle is key to success and significant profits. Siemens’ tools can help companies gain competitive advantage by managing all the challenges and complexities faster, while at the same time keeping track of all the data and information that might come in handy in the future.
    Today, in our second podcast of the ‘Accelerating Productivity Through Digital Transformation’ series, we'll be discussing ways to orchestrate your technical program with model-based systems engineering. We’ll dive deep into what it is and the role it plays in the A&D industry, as well as some tangible benefits that come with using the MBSE Digital Thread.
    Our special guest that will shed light on all these topics we’ve mentioned is Dale Tutt, the Vice President of Aerospace and Defense at Siemens Digital Industries Software. He’s been involved in product development for 30 years now, and prior to joining Siemens, he was the Vice President of Engineering at The Spaceship Company. Before that, he spent 18 years at Cessna Aircraft Company and he had roles at General Dynamics Space Systems Division and Bombardier Learjet.
    Dale is known as the go-to guy for all things aerospace and defense, so tune in to listen to his expertise on the role MBSE Digital Thread plays in aerospace productivity.
    In this episode, you will learn:
    What systems engineering is. (04:16)What the ‘holy trinity’ of digital engineering entails. (06:16)The key elements that go into systems engineering. (07:34)The challenges in implementing systems engineering. (09:33)How the MBSE Digital Thread that Siemens offers can help companies manage the complexity of the digital world. (13:38)An example that proves the capabilities and the benefits of using Siemens’ MBSE Digital Thread. (14:51)
    Connect with Dale:
    LinkedIn
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    • 18 min
    Accelerating Productivity Through Digital Transformation

    Accelerating Productivity Through Digital Transformation

    Welcome to Talking Aerospace Today – a podcast for the Aerospace and Defense industry – the place that brings the promise of tomorrow’s technology to the ears of our listeners today.
    We’re in a period of a lot of innovation and in order to survive and even thrive, companies will need to find rapid solutions to get to market faster than their competition. They have to be flexible, productive, and efficient in finding new ways to reach their goals – and the growing complexity doesn’t make their task easier.   
    Today, on our first episode on the series of Accelerating Productivity Through Digital Transformation, we’re introducing the idea of what productivity is in this age of digital transformation, the trends that are hampering productivity, and what can A&D companies do right now to usher in a new era of productivity.
    Our special guest that will shed light on all these topics we’ve mentioned, is Dale Tutt, the Vice President of Aerospace and Defense at Siemens Digital Industries Software. He’s been involved in product development for 30 years now, and prior to joining Siemens, he was the Vice President of Engineering at The Spaceship Company. Before that, he spent 18 years at Cessna Aircraft Company and he had roles at General Dynamics Space Systems Division and Bombardier Learjet.
    Dale is known as the go-to guy for all things aerospace and defense, so tune in to listen to his expertise on the current trends of the digital transformation, as well as what it takes for a company to survive and thrive in this new environment.
    In this episode, you will learn:
    Some of the trends the A&D industry is facing. (03:00)The new programs that are being developed in defense. (05:06)The trends that you currently see in commercial aviation. (06:23)The innovation that is taking place in space exploration. (07:10)How companies can gain a competitive advantage in this age of digital transformation. (08:26)How Siemens helps customers to get to market faster through the Xcelerator Portfolio. (10:59)What you can expect from the following episodes in this series. (12:35)
    Connect with Dale:
    LinkedIn
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