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On 4th and 5th May, the Politecnico di Torino will host the conference “Quality in aerospace – the challenges and the results”, an event organised by AICQ Piemontese, AICQ Aerospace, Politecnico di Torino and Thales Alenia Space, which brings together professionals, academics and industry representatives to discuss the future of quality in aerospace. The event is aimed at industry, the scientific community, research institutes, universities, users of space applications and students, and the moderator will be Antonio Lo Campo, from the daily newspaper ‘La Stampa’, one of the most experienced journalists in the space sector.
Leonardo Peretti, associate partner of Protocube Reply, will participate with his speech “XR Technologies to improve Aerospace Assemblies Quality and Safety” on the importance of XR technologies to improve the quality and safety of aerospace assemblies.
During the conference, there will be several discussion sessions covering space systems and their technologies, with a focus on the paradigm shift that is affecting aerospace quality from large and medium-sized space systems to small satellites, cubeSats and services provided.
Protocube will present a mixed reality demo with Varjo X3 technology. Two experiences will be shown at the same time: two identical drones (designed by LMA in collaboration with the Politecnico), one physical piloted by radio control, the other virtual used to display infographics. Many operations will be achievable simply by eye tracking!
XR technologies include augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR) and mixed reality (MR). These technologies can be used to create virtual working environments in which engineers can perform assembly simulations, verify the correct installation of components, and detect any problems before the final product is completed. For all that, the aerospace industry is a major user of XR technologies, as aerospace products are often complex and require great attention to detail.
It will therefore be a valuable opportunity for Protocube to share the company’s knowledge and experience in the use of XR technologies and the development of advanced technologies to improve the quality of aerospace products.
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