Welcome to the June edition of Aerospace Manufacturing. The global pandemic has been the strangest of times for aviation. For some it has destroyed livelihoods whereas for others it’s meant rethink, reimagine and reinvent. It’s been a chance to ‘reset’ and look at how efficiently we run our businesses.
Dassault Systèmes’ global affairs director, Severine Trouillet looks at how simulated airflow technology can help to restore passenger confidence, validate the efficiency and effectiveness of open ventilators and highlight potential cross-infection areas in airports.
Web Industries’ thermoplastic composite programme manager, Mark Richardson and global director of research and technology, aerospace Grand Hou, look at how composite materials formatters are turning to automation to meet the needs of next-generation aircraft.
It’s Milan’s turn to host EMO, the world machine tool exhibition, and one that is considered as the most important tradeshow in the machine tool industry. Aerospace Manufacturing rounds up the exhibitors’ latest products.