aLL-i is a conceptual design and digital manufacturing environment built as an open-source framework and integrated platform, interfaced using chatbot-transformed models with the ability to analyze and optimize both conventional and unconventional designs on digital twins in an engineering metaverse on augmented reality against physical models replicated as surrogates to update and validate digital twins. This capability is achieved in part by allowing analysis information for vehicles to be drawn from multiple sources.
aLL-i does not rely on fixed empirical correlations and other handbook approximations. Instead, it provides a framework that can be used to design and produce featured vehicle concepts featuring advanced technologies by augmenting relevant correlations with physics-based and data-driven engineering methods to achieve ultimate accuracy and reliability.
aLL-i is an open source framework that provides a comprehensive engineering metaverse on augmented reality, allowing users to design and manufacture featured vehicle concepts with advanced technologies. It utilizes its modular APIs, such as the aLL-i API, to monitor and control all design and manufacturing platforms, using digital twins on CNN models replicated against physical surrogates. This allows designs to be validated, developed, and updated instantly against changes in real-time data streamed on the aLL-i platform. Additionally, users have access to the latest software and hardware tools to optimize their product development process, as well as the ability to quickly share, edit, and review their designs with colleagues and other stakeholders.
The aLL-i platform features several APIs, including saVVY for conceptual design, i-poWer for power system design and management, and aLL-i E for all-electric propulsion system design. Each of these APIs is featured in separate branches on Github repositories, allowing users, engineers, and designers to contribute , collaborate, access the latest updates and features.
aLL-i is an open source framework that provides a comprehensive engineering metaverse on augmented reality, allowing users to design and manufacture featured vehicle concepts with advanced technologies. Through its modular APIs, users, designers, and engineers can collaborate on projects such as Blended Wing Body aircraft design and optimization, E Thrust for all-electric propulsion, HEPS for hybrid power systems, eVTOL, multicopter and CAV design. The aLL-i platform features several APIs, including saVVy for conceptual product design, aLL-i E for all-electric propulsion system design and alternatives, and i-poWer for power system design and management. With its branch APIs, users can access the latest updates and features for VEPDEM for power management system design and management, Hydrogen for design of hydrogen-fueled cells, and Battery for design and optimization of battery packs.
aLL-i is supported by leading technology developers and platform providers through partnerships with Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft AI, OpenAI, AWS, META AI, and Hugging Face. As a Google Developer, aLL-i is registered in Google Start-Up Accelerators, and is a member of the Microsoft Partner Network. Through its collaborations with these companies, aLL-i has developed a chatbot that is able to communicate with users and link to transformer models. This allows users to access the latest updates and features of the platform quickly and easily.
aLL-i is attending the ASME 2023 Turbomachinery Technical Conference & Exposition from June 26-30 to present their work on saVVy, a conceptual product design platform for aerospace. Additionally, aLL-i will be attending the IEEE 2023 Aerospace Conference at the Yellowstone Conference Center in Big Sky, Montana from March 2-9, 2024 to present their featured studies on Blended Wing Body design.
aLL-i will be exhibiting and presenting at Composites UK's Automotive Sector Showcase on Wednesday, June 21st, 2023 at the APC in Warwick. Additionally, aLL-i will be presenting their featured Battery technology during Advance Engineering 2023 on November 1-2, 2023 at the Birmingham NEC. Lastly, aLL-i will be presenting their featured Hybrid Systems technology during IMECHE Manufacturing and Engineering Week 2023 on June 7, 2023 at 10:00 AM at the NEC Birmingham.