The Future Of Digital Twins

Siemens

During the Apollo program, NASA created physical copies of rockets that were able to help engineers solve technical problems when an oxygen tank exploded. These early on-paper models led to the development of the digital twin, a way of having a computer-based platform that can mirror a physical product. And now the aerospace industry is developing digital triplets. Aviation Week Defense Editor Steve Trimble explains the history and sheds light on where the technology has been and where it is headed.
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How to the top five US airlines compare in the eyes of consumers? We analyzed social media data to create a profile of each of the top airlines based on consumer conversation. Take a look at the infographic below to see how the top brands in air travel stack.

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Harnessing the Power of Robotics for Social Good Regional Network of Flying Labs

NetHopeOrg

Emerging Fourth Industrial Revolution technology breakthroughs in fields such as robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) have a transformative role to play in the development sector, in addition to their well-known and growing impact in manufacturing and other industries.
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Flight Dispatch, Briefing and Journey Log Software Demonstration

Aircraft IT

During the Webinar you will see how skybook assists airlines and operators to make the jump from outdated ops and dispatch processes to a modern, paperless solution that integrates with other core systems, including rostering and flight planning, to provide one portal for all vital flight information and briefing data, including: flight dispatch, crew briefing, airfield situation awareness, weather, NOTAM, RAIM, flight plan, charts, documents, manuals forms and more.
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Using Drones for Inspection

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

This presentation discusses the growing use of small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) for inspections. In recent years, commercial and emergency services significantly increased their usage of drones for inspections of towers, pipelines, industrial plants, and for agriculture. This complimentary seminar provides a concise overview of the concepts required for these kinds of drone inspections.
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Connectivity Trends Fueling the Future of Helicopters

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Connectivity is no longer a luxury; it’s a mission-critical capability for helicopter operators. Understanding how FDM analytics work for your mission – oil and gas; air ambulance; VIP/executive transport; or law enforcement – is essential for efficiency and safety. Additionally, reliable and consistent connectivity could be the difference in completing a successful mission. But connecting a helicopter is more than just a simple install.
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How to the top five US airlines compare in the eyes of consumers? We analyzed social media data to create a profile of each of the top airlines based on consumer conversation. Take a look at the infographic below to see how the top brands in air travel stack.

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