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Yes data scientists have a place in aerospace design engineering, as aptly demonstrated by Torenbeek, Synthesis of Subsonic Airplane Design. A treasure of statistical design information. We went through a pre-design process at uni, using the book as a design tool. For instance the table above, one of very many, lists design parameters for the initial phase ...


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I'll try to give you my perspective on working in aerospace product/systems development. First, there's no single answer that's all encompassing of the potential scope of jobs in the industry. In a company with a thousand engineers, there's probably 600 different job descriptions. As an Aero engineer starting out, I had a view of where my career would go. ...


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I think the dilemma in your situation is, that pretty much any engineer is a data scientist in some sense, as engineering deals with gathering information, analyzing it, making conclusions and then advancing design of doohickeys and whatchummacallems. Airspace engineering requires a lot of specialized knowledge, and thus a sole training of data scientist ...


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I am an aerospace engineer in a drone company and part of my job is "data science". We have a lot of flight logs on our server, which are uploaded automatically after a flight was done. I am using these as one part of my data source. Other sources can be simulations and specific component tests. As you can see there is a lot of data avaiable, even ...


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Be an adversary. Private companies now run 'Adversary" flying training where they own and operate private fighters to fly against pilots in fake engagements


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