Ask Siemens anything about digital twins for sustainable aviation
Globally, aviation accounts for 4.9% of the CO2 and non-CO2 emissions. Industry is taking steps to reduce aircraft emissions and improve fuel efficiency in an effort to combat climate change but with twice as many air travelers expected by 2037, those efforts alone will not be enough.
It’s clear that bringing the aviation industry in line with UNFCCC and other sustainability goals will require commercial aircraft to transition to alternative energy sources such as biofuels and electric power. And this transition implies the complete redesign of multiple aircraft subsystems, up to and potentially including the airframe itself.
This webinar, hosted by OpenSystems Media, features an open question and answer session in which our Siemens aerospace experts field a variety of questions on the future of sustainable aviation and how digital twins are making it possible.
In moving from traditional to climate-neutral aviation, there are many challenges and risks that impact development processes. Our pioneers in carbon-free engineering answer questions about zero-carbon flight and discuss efforts in the development of climate-neutral aircraft. Topics discussed include new:
Watch this Q&A session now to learn more.
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Director of Aerospace and Defense Industries Simcenter Solutions
Thierry Olbrechts graduated in 1993 from KU Leuven, Belgium. He joined Siemens in 1996. Since 2000, Thierry has been responsible for the Aerospace Simulation and Test business development, go-to-market and aerospace solutions strategies.
Simcenter Solution Manager for Aircraft Engine
Erik has worked with gas turbines for 13 years in various R&D roles. Erik joined Siemens Digital Industries Software in 2018. Today, he is an industry consultant for turbomachinery within the simulation and test subsegment.
Aerospace Business Development Manager, Simcenter System Simulation
Stéphane joined Siemens in 2005 as a sales representative for major aerospace customers. Today, Stéphane leads aerospace and defense business development for Simcenter system simulation solutions.
Embedded Computing Design
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