Reaching New Heights in Aerospace with Intelligent & Immersive Technologies

The aerospace industry is responsible for adhering to the highest standards of product design, manufacturing and personnel training. Components must withstand intense environmental stress conditions, and thousands of parts need to work together while featuring extremely tight manufacturing tolerances and low margins of error—and the slightest mistakes can lead to catastrophic events.

The required skill level in aerospace is high, and in-person training has traditionally faced challenges involving a lack of scalability. There is also an increasing trend of younger workers moving away from industrial jobs in manufacturing and aerospace, leading to a skills gap amidst a rapidly retiring workforce. Attracting and retaining aerospace workers is projected to be an ongoing challenge as the industry examines new ways to appeal to the workforce.

Emerging tech will be a differentiator. Augmented and mixed reality (AR/MR)—collectively dubbed extended reality (XR)—is expected to help renew interest and engagement, while simultaneously enhancing the precision and efficiency of workflows.

You will learn:

  • How real-time 3D technologies can streamline aerospace workflows
  • Use cases for prototyping and product development, simulation and testing, and maintenance and operation using real-time 3D technology

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