The drone industry is growing at a staggering rate. It aims to be a USD 2 billion industry with a CAGR of 15% by 2026. In the next 3 years, the economic and employment opportunities are set to multiply by 3x and 6x respectively. This accelerated growth is supported by engineering advancements in sensors, optics, materials, design technology, etc. This has widened the scope of drones in a variety of sectors including defense, urban mobility, emergency services, agriculture, etc.
Sensors, controllers, motors, navigation systems and hardware are key components of a drone and have evolved over time. The materials are now lighter, more durable; the electronics more compact and reliable; and the optics now have a broader range of capabilities. The advancement of sensors and software upgrades now boosts hardware performance. Simulation has had a substantial role to play in this journey. Simulation has reduced the testing time of drones to less than 50%. Weather, wind conditions, load factors – all can be simulated, and the performance-reliability ratio could be determined. Overall, reduction in product development time, cut down of production cost and a steep rise in safety and reliability are all boons of simulation.
With the government now taking steps to nurture and speed up the drone industry, simulation experts like Ansys are willing to contribute to making simulation smoother and effectively upscale this industry. The Ansys Startup Program is enabling hundreds of young ventures to expand their line of business using technology. Drone manufacturers are embracing Ansys for their designing, analysis, and certification purposes.
This webinar is meant to bring together engineering leaders and technology experts from the drone industry. Drone startups will be a part of the webinar to discuss their adaptation of simulation. Participants would also get a chance to interact with esteemed speakers and professionals contributing to this area.
Amit Agarwal leads the technical team of Ansys India, serving customers across India, ASEAN and ANZ. He works closely with strategic customers across industries and has led many crucial campaigns for Ansys India including ones on customer retention, new and emerging products and global campaigns on customer success stories and industry best practices. He has also initiated successful campaigns on academic relationships and key account development.
In his earlier role, Amit was instrumental in developing an industry-focused sales and technical team at Fluent India serving India and South East Asia. He has worked closely with key academia, private and government organization and multinational design centres across industries in India. With B. Tech., Aerospace Engineer from I.I.T. Bombay, Amit has been with Ansys for 25 years, having started his career with the former Fluent organization.
Lalan Singh is a Regional Technical Manager, Ansys. Lalan has been with Ansys over 15 years and has a broad range of experiences in engineering analysis. He leads a team of experts supporting simulation activities for various Aerospace systems. He obtained his master’s degree from IIT Kharagpur.
This webinar shall take you through the following:
- Key challenges in design and development of drone systems
- Various challenges associated with propulsion, navigation systems, aerodynamics, avionics, motor-design, materials, etc.
- Role of physics-based simulation in encouraging the development of indigenous systems
- Importance of simulation in design validation and certification
- Highlights of the Ansys Startup Program and taking advantage of the special offerings of the bundle
|05:00 PM – 05:05 PM IST||Greetings and welcome|
|05:05 PM – 05:40 PM IST||Industry Expert Presentation by Ansys – “Simulation Driving innovation for Safe & Reliable Urban Air Mobility|
|05:40 PM – 06:25 PM IST||Fireside chat with Ansys and Drone Experts|
|05:40 PM – 06:25 PM IST||Concluding remarks|
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