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17 February 2012
Commercial Aircraft

Virtual reality supports the A350 XWB’s design and development

A350 XWB design Realistic Human Ergonomic Analysis development tool
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17 February 2012

A350 XWB design Realistic Human Ergonomic Analysis development tool

, Virtual reality supports the A350 XWB’s design and development

Innovation has always been at the forefront of Airbus’ leadership, and the company is now gaining further benefit from innovative concepts that originate within its EADS parent company.
One example displayed at the Singapore Airshow is the RHEA (Realistic Human Ergonomic Analysis) development tool, which was conceived by EADS Innovation Works – the research and technology organization at EADS.  RHEA results from more than a decade of EADS work in creating virtual 3D environments that enable engineers to interact with computer-generated mock-ups, which are increasingly used in the aerospace sector.
RHEA enables operators to “enter” and interact with a full-scale 3D digital model by wearing special goggles, helmet-mounted displays, or even as an avatar artificial figure with human dimensions.
Following the successful introduction of RHEA at the Eurocopter helicopter business unit of EADS, this software was put into service by Airbus in supporting the A350 XWB’s design and development at French plants in Toulouse and St. Nazaire, as well as Hamburg, Germany.
The deployment of RHEA’s virtual reality world was further expanded at Airbus with its application at St. Nazaire to help train production workers as they move the A350 XWB into production.
A350 XWB design Realistic Human Ergonomic Analysis development tool
 

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