The Łukasiewicz-Institute of Aviation takes part in the GO PLM program by Siemens, addressed to academic centers. As part of the extension of cooperation, the Institute was given the opportunity to use other Siemens products to develop engineering competences in the field of designing aviation structures, rocket engines, sounding rockets and specialized unmanned aerial vehicles for experimental applications.
Every quarter, the Siemens GO PLM Program awards grants in the form of NX software to academic institutions with appropriate qualifications. The grant covers making the software available for a specified period along with training materials.
The NX and SIMCENTER software is used as part of the Institute’s non-commercial research and development grants in cooperation with the European Space Agency, the European Union (Horizon Europe), the European Commission (CleanSky and FutureSky programs) and within the statutory activities of the Institute. The statutory activity covers the maintenance of the potential and development of competences in the design of both manned and unmanned aircraft structures and facilities for the space industry. It also covers the training of new personnel (including interns) as well as basic research and development for the aviation of the future.
Siemens software will make it easier for students to carry out the tasks entrusted during the internship and later contribute to the expansion of engineering knowledge. Knowledge of the NX and SIMCENTER modules for most students will become a valuable skill that will facilitate finding a job in today’s market.
Every year, the Łukasiewicz-Institute of Aviation accept several dozen students from Polish technical universities and from the Ohio State University, with which the Institute conducts scientific cooperation.
The GO PLM is implemented by GM System. Integracja Systemów Inżynierskich Sp. z o.o. GM System has been taking care of training, service and uninterrupted smooth operation of CAx / PLM solutions at Łukasiewicz-Institute of Aviation for many years.
More about GO PLM: https://www.plm.automation.siemens.com/en/academic/.
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