The rigour comes form their development processes and how they will model the development lifecycle as building blocks versus the traditional approach of treating each product as a bespoke product with its own replicated unique lifecycle for development and treating it product as a unique "work of art" with all of the associated costs.Defiance wrote:Sounds a bit too good to be true. You do have to wonder how much rigour is behind their design if they can make these sorts of claims this early in the lifecycle.
AERALIS is predicating their approach on the greater use of automation of design based on rule based modelling, automation of testing and modular manufacturing techniques and modular certification lifecycles and "standardised" interfaces.
Aerospace is going "agile" and that the approach that AERALIS is taking - it is a mind shift for a lot of people - but if you have worked in software for any time, you would be familiar with the concept. I am excited by the approach that AERALIS is taking and i have my fingers crossed for them.