Global aircraft maker Boom Supersonic has introduced the 3D experience platform from Dassault Systemes to speed up the design and development of Mach 2.2's supersonic passenger jet "Overture," according to Dassault Systemes. Its purpose is to commercialize supersonic aircraft and reduce price burden.
Boom Supersonic supports the entire product development processes from concept to manufacturing and certification through Dassault's 3D experience platform-based "Reinvent the Sky" industry solution. Reinvent the Sky is a solution that supports the development of light aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles.
Through this industrial solution, Boom Supersonic has halved its first prototype development time and improved product quality by reducing program complexity, inefficiency, cost and resources. Thus, barriers to entry into the market have been lowered.
Demand for air passengers and new products and services is increasing day by day. To counter this, startups and small OEM companies in the aviation sector are changing the landscape of the traditional aviation industry by introducing new technologies and new aircraft design concepts that will overcome technological limitations.
"The aircraft manufacturers are looking for ways to build faster, lighter and more efficient aircraft while maintaining passenger comfort," said David Ziegler, vice president of Dassault Systemes' aerospace and defense industry division.
"Dassault Systemes will support Boom Supersonic to provide a next-generation passenger experience through digital applications that have long played a pivotal role in the airline industry," he stressed.