Aerospace Systems Engineering involves a systems approach to the design, efficient operation and modification of high-tech devices for the aeronautical and defense industries.
Aerospace systems engineers are involved primarily in designing aircraft and propulsion systems and in studying the aerodynamic performance of aircraft and construction materials.
Aerospace systems engineers work with the theory, technology, and practice of flight within the Earth’s atmosphere.
Analysts often contend that the aerospace industry is one of the most complicated and technologically advanced in the world. Engineers in this field must create safe, dependable, and efficient systems for commercial and defense uses.
Aerospace engineers use systems engineering as an essential technique to accomplish this goal. It employs a methodical approach to designing, developing, and managing complex systems such as airplanes and spacecraft.
Lots of modern aerospace companies are using a model-based systems engineering (MBSE) approach to designing their systems and vehicles.
That’s because MBSE and aeronautic systems engineering are natural compliments. A systems engineering approach to aviation systems considers the whole system’s life cycle, from concept and design to development, testing, and operation.
Consequently, the system is developed and built to fulfill the demands of all stakeholders, including customers, regulatory agencies, and aircraft manufacturers.
Want to learn more? Tonex offers Aerospace Systems Engineering Training, a 3-day course that covers the fundamentals of systems engineering and their applications in aerospace systems, emphasizing commercial and military systems.
Participants are provided with a practical knowledge of all components, technical and managerial, included in systems engineering as used in aerospace systems of variable complexity.
This hands-on training focuses on the challenging parts in systems development including requirements definition, integration, distribution of requirements, risk management, verification and validation.
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