Digital twin studies started for the national warplane

TAI, which will carry out all the design and tests of MMU with the help of digital twin technologies, will accelerate the product development process and continue its production and testing processes with digital technologies.

​Turkish Aerospace Industries (TUSAŞ) has started working with digital twin technology for the design and production of the National Combat Aircraft (NCA), which is targeted to leave the hangar on March 18, 2023.

According to the statement made by the company, TAI, which uses the 3DEXPERIENCE PLM platform and aviation industry experiences to develop the MMU from design to production, has made an agreement with Dassault Systemes for this technology. TAI, which will carry out all the design and tests of NCA with the help of digital twin technologies, will accelerate the product development process and continue its production and testing processes with digital technologies.

Continuing its efforts for NCA to leave the hangar on March 18, 2023, TAI shared its experience of the PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) system used for digital twin technology at the event where it came together with distinguished guests from the defense and aviation community. In the event, the knowledge sharing of Dassault Systemes and the PLM application experiences of other companies in the sector were also conveyed, along with the experiences of TAI.

Related Posts
Read More

Turkey’s new fighter jet could be Russian-made Su-75 Checkmate

President Erdoğan said, "We are going further and further in the defense industry, and we will go further. But tomorrow, 'Why don't you buy the F-35?' Emphasizing the words "If you don't give, we won't buy. Then we will apply to other doors." The Greek press claimed that Turkey's new warplane will be the Russian-made "Su-75 Checkmate". The US press praised the "Su-75 Checkmate" in their analysis and included the concern in its news.
We use cookies on our website to give you the most relevant experience by remembering your preferences and repeat visits. By clicking “I understand”, you consent to the use of ALL the cookies.