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INDUSTRY
AEROSPACE & DEFENSE
Airplane Turbine

The aerospace industry will forever be focused on making lighter aircraft, which generally translates into better fuel efficiency. Pursuant to this goal is reducing size, weight, and power (SWaP), yielding smaller and more energy-efficient systems, which in turn can produce overall cost savings.

Intel and its ecosystem of hardware and software offer standards-based, modular, rugged solutions for aerospace applications. Customers benefit from this broad selection of interoperable, COTS solutions at multiple levels of integration, along with software tools designed to shorten development time and costs, with higher levels of performance and computing headroom.

 

The need to improve maintenance programs is driving the industry to invest in digital technologies like machine learning, AI, to increase uptime. Predictive maintenance solutions using digital technologies can monitor and track an aircraft (e.g., sensors, engine temperature, and airflow rate) to alert when a failure is imminent so preemptive corrective action may be taken.

 

Similarly, investments in AI, nano sensors etc. continue to improve applications like real-time image processing, autonomous landing, collision sensing, object detection, target recognition, identification etc.

Military Aircraft
Integrating Cutting-Edge Technologies 

Defense contractors around the globe are incorporating advanced technologies into new weapon systems to achieve significantly greater effectiveness and versatility in manned and unmanned systems.  Growing confidence in artificial intelligence, advanced analytics, new materials and advanced production methods will continue to improve system performance while driving down costs. Defense contractors must integrate these new capabilities to deliver against modern warfighter requirements.

Defense budgets are on the rise again, but concerns remain about the structural overhead and inefficiencies. Defense companies look to improve upon their traditional bespoke development model. Typically this development approach carries high-cost structures (to carry the burden of cutting-edge development and compliance requirements), long development cycles and a limited ability to invest ahead of the market. Defense contractors must manage programs across the entire supply chain and improve on-time and on-cost delivery.

Soldiers and Tanks
Accelerate innovation while delivering on time, on cost and on schedule

Dassault Systemes offers a range of software tools and solutions to help leverage technologies for the defense sector to scale initiatives and achieve results for indigenous design and development of individual products and systems.  
Technologies in the below areas are in great demand.

• Additive Manufacturing
• Advanced materials
• Artificial Intelligence 
• Augmented reality
• Advanced Sensors, Antennae's, EMI, EMC
• Autonomy and Autonomous Systems
• Cyber, Cyber resiliency
• Electronic warfare
• Electric and hybrid-electric propulsion
• Hypersonic 
• Multi-domain Command and Control
• Robotics
• Unmanned Aerial and Ground Systems
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