12 min

The Mechanical Side of Generative Design Part Two Talking Aerospace Today

    • Technology

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

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

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