- Posted August 2, 2012 by
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Mars Rover Curiosity: Designing the Largest And Most Advanced Space Exploration Robot Ever Made
This package will show and tell how Curiosity, the largest and most complex space exploration robot ever constructed, was "virtually" designed, simulated and built before it was physically created. Specifically, it will highlight the role Siemens Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software played in helping engineers at NASA'S Jet Propulsion Labs (JPL) design the vehicle – from the initial concept to simulations of the harsh space environment.
It will also show and tell how PLM software is helping engineers make "all sorts of things" go far and fast in an increasingly cost conscious environment. The latest spacecraft can go from 13,000 mph to 0 mph in seven minutes, withstand temperatures of -135 to 1500 degrees Celsius, and travel in orbit for 8 ½ months.