Aerospace R&D Solutions

Aerospace R&D engineering requires big compute to perform large-scale structural, fluid dynamics, thermal, and electromagnetic analyses. Rescale’s customers leverage the latest cloud hardware technology to analyze complex applications including wing structural strength, turbine flow, antenna placement, and lightning strike.

Aerospace R&D Solution

Leading Aerospace R&D Companies Benefit From Rescale

Accelerated Development

Multiphysics simulation is a key part of modern product development Accelerate innovation and time to market with Rescale.

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Secure Workflows

With end-to-end encryption and the latest certifications, Rescale offers a secure environment for your data.

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Cloud Desktops

Via a standard internet connection, Rescale’s customers can remotely access their 2D/3D desktop applications and interactively visualize their simulation results.

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Featured Aerospace R&D Customer: Boom Supersonic

Boom Supersonic is an aerospace startup that is designing a supersonic passenger jet that will take business travelers from San Francisco to Tokyo in 5.5 hours, revolutionizing business travel and revitalizing a long-stagnant industry. By doing all their simulation in the cloud with Rescale, Boom was able to:

Increase Simulation

Increase simulation throughput and reduce time to market by scaling out and parallelizing their jobs on Rescale’s virtually unlimited cloud hardware.


Scale the business quickly by automating the company’s simulation workflow and centralizing data management on the Rescale ScaleX platform.


Eliminate in-house IT overhead. Instead, they are able to focus 100% on product development.

HPC Resources for Aerospace R&D Professionals

Benchmarking Cloud-HPC Hardware for R&D and Engineering Applications

An IT and HPC Leader’s Guide to Optimizing Their Most Critical Compute-Driven Operations R&D and engineering teams developing new, more advanced productsare demanding more high-performance computing (HPC) resources topower their computation-intensive applications. At the same time,there has been an explosion of specialized HPC hardware in the cloud,pushing many organizations to explore new ways to deploy…

Going to the Moon By Way of the Cloud – New York Times

Firefly Aerospace, a start-up based in the suburbs of Austin, Texas, is building a rocket to fly to the moon. No, this isn’t a remake of “A Grand Day Out With Wallace and Gromit,” in which the animated duo go to the lunar surface on a search for cheese; it’s a real company. It’s also…
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Sensatek Empowers R&D Innovation with Rescale

Launching Disruptive Technology in Established Markets Sensatek Propulsion Technology, situated on the Space Coast – the aerospace hub of Florida, delivers cutting-edge turbine sensor technology to customers in record time. In the recent wave of innovation among aerospace companies, operational speed and agility are critical factors of competitiveness. Sensatek needed a way to accelerate their…