Digitization, connectivity, new materials and rapid development cycles in aerospace and defense come with important challenges.
On one hand, organizations from such industries deal with diverse and wide portfolios of products, including many different platforms like airplanes, drones, vehicles, ships and satellites. On the other hand, communication, navigation and radar systems are becoming more complex, also considering their long and costly testing and certification processes. In this scenario, electromagnetic simulation has become essential.
In this webinar we will showcase:
(a) Market differentiated simulation solution and workflow combining antenna design / placement through virtual flight / drive tests to rapidly evaluate multiple scenarios and accurately understand system-level performances
(b) Novel design solutions for complex radomes with Frequency Selective Surfaces (FSS)
(c) Streamlined analysis process leveraging a robust component library for complex, electrically large antenna placement and RCS simulation problems
(d) Incorporating radio and radar coverage, connectivity and co-existence analysis capabilities into your existing development process
(e) Radio frequency interference and spectrum management
(f) Automatic impedance matching and design of RF components, and seamless access, flexibility and scale of Altair's software licensing and delivery models to deliver increased value and productivity.
- Learn how to combine installed antenna performance with radio coverage analysis
- Discover a unique solution for radome modeling and simulation
- Understand analysis of interferences in a site via collocation interference
- Learn how to reduce physical prototyping, thereby reducing costs
Dr. Jordi Soler is vice president of global business development for Altair's electromagnetic and electronic solutions. Jordi has 20+ years of industrial experience and a strong background in electromagnetics, antennas, EMC, RCS, electronics and communication systems. He has occupied several business development and engineering management positions and led multiple product development projects for many industries, including automotive, aerospace, military, electronics, wireless and telecommunications. He has won several international awards and is co-inventor of over 20 patents involved in licensing deals worth more than $70 million.