Space systems performance engineering: launch it before you build it

On-Demand Webinar | 53 minutes

Digital twins support the space industry in reaching performance engineering targets.

Digital twin of a spacecraft

Organizations that have space ambitions need to be ready to question current development processes. This webinar, Space systems performance engineering: launch it before you build it, will present how digital twin technology supports the space industry in reaching performance engineering targets.

Advanced technology and competitive strategies are transforming the space industry. Consider the way space conquest is shifting from a race between governmental space agencies to include competition from private companies.

The harsh operational environment requires a good understanding of how space systems structures, propulsion systems, mechanisms and software will behave during launch and in orbit. Digital twin technologies enable you to master the complexity of space systems. While simulation helps design and virtually test your systems, physical testing allows you to validate simulation models. 

Examine the benefits of a digital twin in space systems engineering

  • Reduce engineering risks and costs while reaching performance targets
  • Implement a digital twin to innovate and gain engineering insight into the physical behavior
  • Perform extensive qualification testing campaigns in close connection with simulation

Learn about solutions for your space systems engineering priorities

  • Spacecraft propulsion performance
  • Structural, thermal and robots engineering
  • Spacecraft electromagnetics performance
  • Spacecraft testing, verification and qualification
  • Spacecraft safety and mission assurance

Explore space systems performance engineering with an expert

Thierry Olbrechts

Thierry Olbrechts

Director of Aerospace and Defense Industries Simcenter Solutions, Siemens Digital Industries Software

Thierry Olbrechts graduated in 1993 from KU Leuven, Belgium. He joined Siemens in 1996. Since 2000, Thierry has been responsible for the Aerospace Simulation and Test business development, go-to-market and aerospace solutions strategies.