Is your company preparing for a future in electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft? Are you among the more than 300 companies that have embarked on eVTOL development?
From first concept through prototyping and developmental test flight, challenges abound! Watch this webinar to see how a model-based approach to E/E systems development turns eVTOL aircraft development challenges into opportunities.
Learn how key trends in eVTOL are impacting development in this renaissance of aviation. Watch to explore how the following trends are driving eVTOL companies:
Learn how to get your eVTOL program airborne faster and more efficiently. This presentation addresses challenges in E/E systems development with a model-based approach to eVTOL development, manufacturing and sustainment.
eVTOLs are not simply electrically powered helicopters. These vehicles are aircraft optimized for electrical propulsion powered by banks of batteries. eVTOLs require new approaches and innovative technologies to achieve flight and fly safely.
Taking flight is just the start. Beyond maturing vehicle concepts and engineering design, there are new regulatory standards to meet and flight testing and certifications to complete before the ramp to high-volume production, all while ensuring economics for operation and sustainment are met to make eVTOL commercially viable. In this environment, traditional manual and disconnected approaches are slow, laborious and increasingly risky.
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E/E systems development is a critical aspect of the viability of any eVTOL program. With the right tools, you can manage much of the complexity to overcome obstacles, expand opportunities as you achieve program success. See how you can develop vehicles efficiently with solutions for successful E/E systems development for eVTOL.
Solutions Architect and Market Development Manager - Integrated Electrical Systems (IES)
Steve is solutions architect and market development manager in the aerospace industry for the IES segment of Siemens Digital Industries Software. With more than 28 years in the aerospace industry, his experience includes leading and executing projects and programs in technical and program management roles, defining and implementing new business processes and tools and developing and mentoring engineering teams. His technical strengths include airworthiness and engineering design (structures and system engineering) along with strong customer and end-user focus. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering mechanics from University of Wisconsin-Madison.