How CFMS is helping aerospace prepare for a new digital engineering and sustainable future

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Understanding how a product will perform throughout its lifecycle is one of the great ponderables for aerospace engineers. But a not-for-profit organisation in the UK is working with companies across the country and internationally to solve some of these problems.
 
The Centre for Modelling and Simulation (CFMS), provides a digital testbed which forms the foundation for through-life engineering services by creating a virtual replica of systems and processes used for investigation of options and opportunities in advance for physical development.
 
Ian Risk who is the Chief Technology Officer at CFMS explains on this podcast just why CFMS is an unusual business outside of the university sector, and how it is helping organisations rapidly create new, high-performance solutions while maintaining safety, security and reliability.

With the increasing demand on aerospace to become more sustainable, these digital engineering skills are ever becoming more important.
 
 
 
 
 

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