Forum 360: Modern Development in a Digital Environment 4 August 2021 1130 - 1245

“A Digital Twin is a virtual representation of a connected physical asset and encompasses its entire product lifecycle... This in turns leads to significant decreases in the resources needed to design, produce, and keep aerospace assets operational.” (Digital Twin: Definition and Value, AIAA and AIA Position Paper, December 2020.) In this session we’ll learn how industry is applying digital twin and digital thread to air vehicle design and the benefits and challenges that come with this.

Learn more about how digital engineering will support the U.S. Space Force
  • Susan-Carver Susan Carver
    Engineering and Technology Vice President, Advanced Development Programs, Lockheed Martin
  • Barry-Chapman Barry Chapman
    Vice President, Aerospace & Defense, Federal and Marine Industries, Siemens Digital Industries Software
  • Linda-Hapgood Linda Hapgood
    Vice President, Engineering Practices, Processes and Tools; and Functional Chief Engineer for Systems Engineering, The Boeing Company
  • John-Huffman John Huffman
    Senior Technical Fellow, Digital Realm and Data Sciences, Spirit AeroSystems
  • Michel-Tellier Michel Tellier
    Vice President, Aerospace & Defense, Dassault Systèmes
  • Craig-Woolston Craig Woolston
    Vice President, Engineering, and Chief Engineer, Northrop Grumman