This panel will highlight where standards and regulations affect the design process and provide insight into how to prevent design issues before they affect the overall certification process. It will focus on the use of global standards and their application.
Personal transportation vehicles and components, focusing on CTOL and VTOL hybrid flight vehicles, roadable airplanes and flying cars. Required technologies, alternative system configurations, designs under development, prototype hardware, and in-flight performance will be presented.
Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) builds coherent data structures by consolidating systems to allow global organizations work as a single team to design, produce, support and retire products, while capturing best practices and lessons learned along the way. PLM empowers organizations to make unified, information-driven decisions at every stage in the product lifecycle. PLM solutions establish a cohesive digital platform to optimize relationships, through coordinated data flow to right people at the right time to maximize value.
This focus of this session is the latest technology developments in materials and manufacturing used for aerospace design and manufacturing, from structures to skin, to include new alloys and composites using robotic techniques.
The current generation of aircraft is more-electric. The next generation will be fully electric. Aircraft of various configurations that were considered improbable, if not impossible, may now be likely. These new aircraft will result in higher performance, added capability, and a more reliable platform for both personal and commercial transportation, with the application of more integrated systems, such as integrated propulsion, power and control.