Siemens PLM Software

Heart Aerospace selects Siemens software for electric aircraft certification

Siemens Digital Industries Software has announced that Swedish electric aircraft builder, Heart Aerospace has selected the Capital software portfolio from the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio of software and services to support its design, development, and certification of zero emission electric aircraft.
1 week ago

Siemens makes ZONA Technology acquisition

With the global drive toward climate-neutral aviation gaining pace and the rebirth of interest in supersonic travel, innovations in aircraft configurations require careful and diligent use of aerodynamic and structural design optimisation.
6 months ago

Digitalising the A&D industry

Dale Tutt, vice-president of aerospace and defence at Siemens Digital Industries Software explains how complexity can be turned into your competitive advantage through digitalisation.
1 year ago

Siemens delivers Digital Thread for Defence to transform defence industry

Through its Xcelerator portfolio, Siemens Digital Industries Software is delivering Digital Thread for Defence to enable next generation design, manufacturing and sustainment innovation across the entire aerospace and defence industry, including the Department of Defence (DoD), OEMs, the supply base and aerospace and defence start-up companies.
2 years ago

A bridge to the future

Colorado-based Bye Aerospace is using Siemens’ NX and Fibersim to reduce product development time for all-electric composite aircraft and enhance productivity with 66% fewer engineering employees.
2 years ago

Inventing a new way to travel

A robust and proven FEA pre- and post-processing solution, accessible to businesses of all sizes, Lisa Airplanes chooses Siemens PLM Software’s Femap and NX Nastran to certify its new two-seater plane, the Akoya
4 years ago

Safety and performance at minimum weight

Siemens PLM software reveals how it helps GKN Aerospace Fokker Landing Gear save up to 30% of performance and loads development time. Aerospace Manufacturing reports.
4 years ago

Building a super versatile jet!

Pilatus’ team of engineers were tasked with the development of the twin-engine PC-24. Based in the Alpine town of Stans, Switzerland, Aerospace Manufacturing hears how the team used Siemens’ simulation models to deal with the complexity of designing such an aircraft.
4 years ago

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