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Join Us at the 2023 Paris Air Show

June 19-25, 2023

Le Bourget Airport, France

Join us at the 54th International Paris Air Show to explore the latest technological innovations in aerospace and defense. 

Learn why leaders in A&D are partnering with Ansys to realize the full potential of digital engineering.

We'll be at Chalet 216 and look forward to seeing you there.

The Digital Transformation Imperative for the Aerospace and Defense Industries

The aerospace and defense industries have long operated on the cutting edge to develop and deliver advanced capabilities in all domains – land, sea, air, space, and cyber. However, disruptive technologies and novel approaches are challenging traditional advantages. To keep pace in these rapidly changing industries, companies must embrace digital engineering to create more flexible processes, update legacy programs, and speed new technology into service. 

Creating a Safe and Sustainable Future for Aviation

As aviation OEMs and suppliers pursue innovation in safe, efficient, and clean flight, they will need reliable ways to explore the possibilities and tell good ideas from bad. From propulsion to passenger safety, simulation enables you to experiment with radical new designs or discover ways that small changes can produce dramatic improvements. By throwing open all the doors to invention, simulation reduces costs across the entire product life cycle and accelerates the design and development process.

Staying Ahead of the Threat

Maintaining a competitive advantage in future war fighting depends on modernizing the production of defense capabilities, which is only possible through digital transformation. The intelligent, synchronized movements of forces require spectrum resilience, while hypersonic weapons demand novel strategic deterrence methods. To stay ahead of adversaries — in these domains and others —capabilities must be delivered faster. Simulation speeds new technology into service and can increase confidence in mission success by predicting real-world performance.

Designing the Next Generation of Space Missions

Increased commercial activity, featuring reusable launch vehicles and mass-produced small satellites, is increasing risks for all assets operating in low-Earth orbit. Simulation enables you to plan orbits and predict conjunctions so that you can maximize a satellite’s lifespan and keep it safe. ​

Farther from Earth, advancements in research and exploration will enable us to observe and explore the outermost regions of space. Simulation is essential to planning remote missions in the complex environments of space and designing the systems that can achieve them.​

Navigating Future Flight

Advancements in air mobility, enabled by autonomous systems and electrification, are transforming the way we think of short-distance flight. Simulation is essential to designing these new technologies and coordinating the vehicles that rely on them.

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