2020 AIAA SciTech Forum

 

Earlier this year, ADI had the pleasure of contributing to the 2020 AIAA SciTech Forum. Two engineers from ADI traveled to the event in Orlando, Florida, presented papers and discussed state-of-the-art approaches to aircraft systems development, integration, verification and validation.

On Monday January 6th at 9:30 am, for one of the first sessions of the conference, ADI’s Tim Magisos presented a paper “A modern approach to managing complex multi-protocol network definitions throughout the product lifecycle” to a packed audience. The presentation was well received and generated a robust question and answer session afterward. According to Tim, “there was clear interest in better understanding the challenges and potential solutions for managing multi-protocol network message definitions in today’s complex product development projects. I enjoyed attending and meeting with colleagues, old and new, at the conference.”

If you would like to learn more, you can download your own copy of Tim’s paper from the AIAA or feel free to contact ADI with any questions or follow-up comments.

On Friday January 10th at 10:30 am, ADI’s Brian Hale presented a session on “Cyberphysical Aircraft Development & Test using Industrial Linux Servers”. His presentation offered a glimpse into some of the exciting advancements ADI has made with recent work in the civil aviation sector. According to Brian, “I was happy to be able to attend several technical presentations on Model- and Simulation-Based Development, learn and share about some promising new technologies and connect with the engineers and scientists that continue to propel the aerospace industry into the future.”

If you would like to learn more, you can download your own copy of Brian’s paper from the AIAA or feel free to contact ADI with any questions or follow-up comments.