Partnership Between Front End Analytics and Georgia Tech’s Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory

Front End Analytics and ASDL will leverage their capabilities in digital twins, system design & simulation, advanced engineering methods, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.

Front End Analytics and ASDL will leverage their respective capabilities in digital twins, system design & simulation, advanced engineering methods, machine learning, and artificial intelligence

Front End Analytics and Georgia Institute of Technology Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory (ASDL) announce a strategic partnership. Front End Analytics and ASDL will leverage their respective capabilities in digital twins, system design & simulation, advanced engineering methods, machine learning, and artificial intelligence to develop advanced predictive solutions to improve companies’ products, operations, and customer experiences. 

“We are thrilledto work with ASDLto give our customers a predictive digital advantage” said Dr. Juan F. Betts, CEO at Front End Analytics. “Given the vast transformation our world is experiencing,the need for companies to fundamentally adapt and power their business models with advanced predictive technologies has never been greater.”

“We are excited to partner with Front End Analytics to advance the state of the art in predictive engineering solutions,” says Dr. Dimitri Mavris, S.P. Langley NIA Distinguished Regents professor, Georgia Institute of Technology and director of ASDL. “This collaboration will be mutually beneficial, but will also provide value to organizations looking to improve their products and operations.”

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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