Please join us for a two-hour virtual event about software from AGI, an Ansys company!
First, we’ll introduce you to the extensive catalog of digital engineering software from AGI and Ansys and how we’re learning to integrate these products into some extraordinary toolchains!
Then, we’ll discuss how AGI software contributes to test and evaluation activities that use digital twins.
Main topics will include:
1) AGI and Ansys Overview
2) Test and evaluation
Roberto is the international engineering manager for AGI, supporting also the business development activities in Europe and Scandinavia. He received his BSc in Computer Science Engineering and a Master in Geographic Information Systems from the University of Rome RomaTre. He’s a candidate for a Master in Business Administration with the Open University Business School. He is responsible for supporting AGI’s Business Partners and Users to help them using and leveraging AGI technology. He has spent more than 8 years with AGI and more than 10 in the industry, proving efficiency and effectiveness of modeling and simulation software in the defense domain.
Joe Murphy has been a 25 year member of the technical and leadership staff at AGI, maker of the Systems Tool Kit (STK) family of physics based mission modeling & engineering software products.
Joe has been leading a business area with AGI over the past 10 years in development of a Test & Evaluation Tool Kit (STK/TETK) product line designed to help test practitioners achieve greater efficiency & effectiveness in execution phase test planning, execution & post-flight verification analysis.
Part of a larger effort to support the DOD’s call for aerospace & defense digital engineering transformation initiatives, Joe has been helping various industry partners and customers integrate these tools with specific MBT&E strategies into T&E disciplines and test teams within various programs of record.
AGI’s recent acquisition by Ansys Corporation (Dec, 2020) places these MBT&E efforts within a larger overall buildout of capabilities to achieve these goals.
Neil is a key account manager for ANSYS, responsible for the Ministry of Defence and a number of Aerospace and Defence primes in the UK. He has a BEng in Fuel and Energy Engineering from Leeds University. He has been working in the engineering software industry for over 25 years, as an account manager for ANSYS for 15 years and prior to this for a number of CAE companies across a broad industry base. He is responsible for overseeing the technical and commercial engagement and developing strategic partnerships in order to help companies realise the full potential of engineering simulation for their business.
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