Digital mission engineering

Connecting the models to the mission

Competitors and adversaries are rapidly advancing their capabilities and becoming more sophisticated. As a result, the systems that we must develop to stay competitive are becoming more complex. And we need to deliver them faster - without sacrificing capabilities or escalating cost.

Yesterday’s engineering tools and practices will not allow us to keep pace. By adopting and leveraging Digital Mission Engineering, aerospace and defense professionals can capture mission objectives and requirements digitally and connect them to the broader ecosystem to create a persistent digital thread throughout the entire product or system lifecycle.

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Resources

  • Introducing Digital Mission Engineering

    Kevin Flood, AGI’s Vice President of Engineering discusses the importance of the mission model within the digital engineering enterprise, the role of persistent digital model, and the need for a physics-based digital environment.

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  • Connecting engineering and mission analysis to systems models

    Jeff Baxter (AGI) and Joshua Edwards (Phoenix Integration) discuss how to connect engineering and mission analysis to systems models from early trade space analysis through operations and sustainment.

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  • Developing physics-infused descriptive models with STK and SysML tools like Cameo

    Jeff Baxter (AGI) and Joshua Edwards (Phoenix Integration) discuss how to develop physics-infused descriptive models with STK and SysML tools like Cameo. In this webinar, they show how descriptive models in SysML tools can take advantage of STK's physics-based modeling and simulation environment using ModelCenter.

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  • Extending STK mission models with detailed ANSYS engineering simulation tools

    Jeff Baxter (AGI) hosts Ming Xu, Shawn Carpenter, and Valerio Viti from ANSYS to discuss how to extend STK mission models with detailed ANSYS simulation tools. Topics include: thermal analysis for spacecraft with STK SOLIS and ANSYS Mechanical, communications analysis with STK Comm and ANSYS Electronics, and tracking hypersonic vehicles with STK Aviator, STK EOIR, and ANSYS Fluent. Joshua Edwards (Phoenix Integration) then discusses how these models integrate with descriptive models in Cameo using ModelCenter as part of an example digital mission engineering ecosystem.

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