Turkish Aerospace Industries selects Siemens PLM

Turkish Aerospace Industries has selected technology from Siemens PLM Software to implement a complete digital twin in the company’s manufacturing enterprise.

Turkish Aerospace Industries has become Turkey's center of technology in design, development, modernization, manufacturing, integration and life cycle support of integrated aerospace systems, from fixed and rotary wing air platforms to unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and satellites. Extending the partnership for an additional 11 years, Turkish Aerospace Industries plans to implement a wide variety of software from Siemens’ end-to-end digital innovation platform, including the Teamcenter portfolio, NX software, the Simcenter solution and the Tecnomatix portfolio.

'Using software from Siemens, we will be able to create a digital twin of our products and apply engineering simulations to these products,' said Temel Kotil, president and CEO of Turkish Aerospace Industries. 'Turkish Aerospace Industries sees exciting opportunities ahead for the design and production of our indigenous products, made possible by infrastructure accumulations provided by Siemens in the field of industry.'

'The agreement with Siemens PLM Software will help ensure rapid implementation of the current Turkish Aerospace Industries projects and will keep product data safe and secured,' added Kotil. 'Our partnership aims to reduce the time-to-market period for our projects. Therefore, our company will deliver the products to the customers in a shorter space of time. Different groups working on the same project will be able to operate on the same data. Thus, design and production activities will be synchronized, and manufacturing errors can be reduced.'

'Turkish Aerospace Industries has quickly grown into a leader in the aerospace and defence market, and implementing a digital twin for design, manufacturing and systems performance will only help increase the company’s competitiveness,' said Tony Hemmelgarn, president and CEO, Siemens PLM Software. 'Using an integrated digital innovation platform can help test and verify system performance earlier in manufacturing, reducing physical prototyping and saving time and errors. Using an optimized manufacturing process will ultimately help Turkish Aerospace Industries deliver more innovative and robust solutions to their helicopter, UAV and aircraft customers.'

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