Digital Mission Engineering at Simulation World
Simulation World is the premier virtual event for executives, engineers, researchers, and manufacturing professionals to learn about engineering simulation. This free, two-day event (April 20–21) consists of interactive sessions, group discussions, and Ansys guided training.
During our daylong, digital mission engineering presentations, several AGI customers and partners will speak about the value of using computer-based modeling, simulation, and analysis to evaluate operational outcomes. Two of our partners — Carol Erikson, vice president, Systems Engineering and Digital Transformation, Northrop Grumman Space Systems and Larry James, retired Lt. Gen. USAF, deputy director, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory — will present as featured speakers in the two-day executive track.
Shrinking timelines and increasingly interconnected systems require revolutionary approaches to system design and operations. By adopting a digital mission engineering approach, you can dramatically reduce delivery times at every phase of the life cycle.
- Carol Erikson, vice president, Systems Engineering and Digital Transformation, Northrop Grumman Space Systems: 5 Mega Trends that will have the Biggest Impact on the Simulation Industry
- Larry James, retired Lt. Gen. USAF, deputy director, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory: Simulate Mighty Things: How Simulation Enables JPL to Expand the Frontier of Space Exploration
Speakers: Digital Mission Engineering One-Day Track
- Stephen Thomas, Technical Director, Parsons: MBSE in Command and Control Applications for an Air and Missile Defense Scenario
- Bob Kanon, Senior MBSE Systems Engineer, SAIC: End-to-End Digital Mission Engineering Solution
- Mark Davis, Director of Mission Systems Architecting, Raytheon Intelligence and Space: Building and Analyzing Mission Assessment Environments
- Blake Regalia, Systems Software Engineer, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory: Connected Engineering for a Connected World Featuring Mars 2020, Jupyter, SysML v2, and OpenMBEE
- Dr. Policarpio Soberanis, MBTE Lead for AS Sector, Northrop Grumman: Transforming Test with Digital Models
- Hector Velasco, Staff Systems Engineer, RF/Comms IPT Lead, Northrop Grumman: Leveraging Digital Mission Engineering to Bring RF Communications to the Mission
- David Allsop, Digital engineering Chief Engineer, Boeing: Shifting Left by Using Modeling and Simulation Integrated with Operational Testing and Verifications and Validation
- Tom Wheeler, Director of Systems Engineering Technical Center, MITRE: Increasing Collaboration and Capabilities with a Multidisciplinary Digital Engineering Platform
- John Carrico, Captain, Space Exploration Engineering: Spacecraft Mission Analysis and Risk Mitigation Using High-Fidelity Astrodynamics Models in Monte Carlo Simulations