In my previous blog, I highlighted the JPL case study that described how Femap was used to create the simulation model of the Mars Rover, its spacecraft and descent vehicle. Now there is a chance to hear more about this live, at the Femap Symposium on June 26th and 27th. We are very pleased to announce that the keynote speaker at this event will be Darlene Lee, Group Supervisor, Spacecraft Structures and Dynamics at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Ms. Lee, a longtime Femap user, will discuss how Femap was used to model the loads environment for the design of the space hardware from launch to landing – during which Curiosity endured the 7 minutes of terror – and the specific design of the Rover.
Darlene Lee and the Rover Curiosity engineering team
As well as this fascinating keynote, other reasons to attend the Femap Symposium are to…
Increase your productivity – there are a lot of advanced topics being covered so this is a great chance to extend your knowledge of Femap
Find out about other partner technologies that can be used with Femap
Meet the Femap development team
Network with other Femap users
We look forward to seeing you there. If you are planning to attend please let others know by liking the Femap Facebook page – we’ll be posting future announcements there – and follow live tweets on Twitter with #Femap.