Aerospace companies are in the vortex of turbulent times.The speed and skill with which they adopt to the tumult will determine their fate. How can we help your aerospace company deliver more affordable products faster? How can you more efficiently integrate simulation and certification at every phase of a program to reduce costs and minimize risk? How can you manage the complexity of new materials, systems, personalization and manufacturing innovations in the context of both existing and new programs?
A new Innovation Campus at Wichita State University.
Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPERIENCE® Center has been developed in partnership with Wichita State University’s National Institute of Aviation Research (NIAR), to establish an interconnected community of top researchers, corporations and laboratories to accelerate innovation. The Innovation Campus will consist of 29 buildings located on 120 acres, including 9 partner buildings, with Airbus already occupying the first.
Accelerate concept to takeoff up to 50% leveraging the Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPERIENCE® Center Network.
The 3DEXPERIENCE® Center Network includes facilities and teams across the globe. The first center is a 22,000 ft2 facility located on the Innovation Campus at WSU designed to accelerate Aerospace companies’ (from startups to established OEMs) ability to innovate from initial requirements through production and into operations while facilitating certification the entire time.
Located within the Experiential Engineering Building (EEB), the 3DEXPERIENCE® Center will enable companies to engage in advanced product development and the manufacturing of next-generation materials and technologies, with key components:
Bringing together the virtual and the real, the 3DEXPERIENCE® Center delivers unique capabilities to accelerate the innovation from concept to take-off.
Collaborative and collective Intelligence
Thanks to the 3DEXPERIENCE® platform, Aerospace companies will also be able to work together simultaneously across multi disciplines to bring new innovations to life. Now program managers, engineers, manufacturers, testers and suppliers, together at every stage of the program, can understand design tradeoffs, manufacturing constraints and program impacts.
Through the Innovation Campus, your company can take advantage of a number of solutions to accelerate the pace of innovation across a program:
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