Since 1996, the Aero India Exhibition brings together some of India’s leading Aerospace & Defense organizations, discussing new ideas and cutting-edge technologies. Held every two years, the event is globally recognized as the premier forum for dialog and discourse among businesses, citizens, and government agencies. The 2017 edition saw 60,000 business visitors and over 1,00,000 general guests attending its many sessions.
This year, Aero India 2019 in Bengaluru, will be a space for conversations and partnerships built around India’s vital role in the global aviation landscape.
Over the last few years, the country’s economic upswing and the gradual privatization of defense manufacturing have proved to be major catalysts for development. Today, Aerospace & Defense is undergoing an ‘Industry Renaissance’, as digital technologies bridge the gap between current potential and future possibilities.
A leader in the sector for over three decades, Dassault Systèmes works with companies of every size, helping reinvent operational models, product blueprints, and delivery roadmaps. At Aero India 2019, we are at booth number AB2.19I– where we share instances and insights on how to achieve agility, efficiency, speed, and new business opportunities. Let us now look at these four themes in detail.
The modern Aerospace & Defense segment requires rapid design and development cycles, transforming dynamically in an agile mode and shortening time-to-market to gain an early mover advantage. Dassault Systemes’ proprietary 3DEXPERIENCE Network, combined with our platform collaboration, system engineering, prototyping, and stress-testing capabilities, help customers achieve their innovation goals.
At Aero India 2019, we showcase how Airbus leveraged 3DEXPERIENCE to transform how they work. Airbus needed a channel for collaborating with global experts, expediting design processes that took 1+ years. Our 3DEXPERIENCE platform was introduced to build a ½ full-scale TRU prototype in 90 days. Meet our experts to know how we completed a full-scale prototype in just 84 days.
Reduce costs and improve design
With aircraft systems getting increasingly more complex, companies must integrate multiple new technologies to meet demands. These include changing passenger expectations, cost pressures, and uptime targets. As a result, it is now critical to remove any inefficiency in the design-to-delivery value chain or risk losing market share to competitors.
Dassault Systèmes helps action significant process improvements in conceptualizing, manufacturing, testing, and obtaining certification for a new aircraft. This is powered by our xCAD Collaborative Engineering expertise, OnePart & enterprise marketplace, and real-time dashboards to view the process and engineering KPIs. To aid SME suppliers, we also offer bidding process automation, real-time project monitoring, cloud-based resource scalability, and Digital Continuity through 3DEXPERIENCE.
All of this and more will be demoed at Aero India 2019, helping OEMs/suppliers comply to schedule, cost, and specification objectives.
Increase production speeds for market leadership
Over the next few decades, airline fleet modernization and aircraft retirements will add to current aviation order backlogs. While companies traditionally scale up production by onboarding new resources, this can cause cost and quality issues. On the other hand, automation is only a short term solution; companies require genuine flexibility and robust technical competencies to achieve the desired production rates.
At Aero India 2019, Dassault Systèmes will explore how flow simulation, MES, advanced planning & scheduling, Lean dashboards, and other such methodologies could help produce faster. Instead of treating design, planning, validation, and execution as separate silos, we believe companies should adopt an integrated approach, gaining a competitive edge without compromising on quality.
Discover new areas of profitability
As Aerospace & Defense enter a period of ‘Industry Renaissance’, a completely new way of working is imminent. This is led by on-demand mobility, alternative manufacturing materials, high-density batteries, embedded sensors, and other technology advancements. We could even imagine switching from ground to air mobility in order to avoid urban traffic, in the near future.
Dassault Systèmes is committed to supporting disruptive projects in areas such as these. As startups forge new pathways based on ‘manufacturing lab ecosystems’ (instead of established operators simply expanding their portfolios) we bolster these initiatives via:
● Digital Continuity from Concept to Flight
● Controlled Execution through KPI Visibility
● Scalable Business solutions, On-premise or on Cloud
View all of this in action as part of Dassault Systemes’ ‘Reinvent the Sky’ solution at Aero India 2019.
We look forward to seeing you there
Starting 20th of February 2019, Aero India promises to be a gathering of the brightest minds, smartest ideas, and the most strategic pathways, essential for this sector. In alignment with the Indian Government’s ‘Make in India’ mandate, Dassault Systèmes is eager to emphasize the applications of next-gen engineering for Indian companies, small and large.
Once again, we are at booth AB2.19I. To explore business opportunities, visit us between the 20th and 24th February 2019. Click here to register.