The Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory (ASDL) hosted the second day of the Georgia Tech-Boeing University Innovation Program Review on 2 November. The review occurs annually and is the opportunity for Georgia Tech researchers to present about projects funded by Boeing on AI-, MBSE-, and manufacturing-related topics.
ASDL is involved in a number of projects presented during the review.
- Future Factory Manufacturing and Supporting Application for Equipment and Process Health Monitoring
- System Model Complexity & Health Management for MBSE Applications
- Natural Language Processing for Requirement Engineering
- AI Tool
- NPSS Parametric Geared Fan Development
- Cislunar ISR Study
Prof. Dimitri Mavris, director of ASDL, commented, “Advancing the state of the art in manufacturing, especially for aerospace applications, is a core area of research at ASDL. Some of these projects are also helping to develop the future workforce, training them in Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing, and Model-based Systems Engineering.” He added, “We look forward to continuing our collaboration with Boeing in these areas.”