AEROSP12

AeroSpace Programmer

OJASWI KUMAR MISHRA (2ND YEAR 'C')

KRISHNA ENGINEERING COLLEGE

What is an Aerospace Programmer?

As a programmer in the aerospace industry, the duties in your job description will vary. There are many different types of projects to work on, such as:

* Scripting to generate automation tasks or documentation.
* Performing data analysis with software.
* Developing software simulations.
* Working on algorithm design.
* Automated testing for verification purposes.
* Writing embedded flight software.
* Developing new features for aerospace electronics.
* And much more.

mainly focussed on software design, modeling, simulations, training, and testing

What types of roles are available?

There are many different types of Python jobs you can do in the aerospace industry.

*Data Science/data engineering: The focus on data collection is becoming more important in the aerospace industry. The next generation of space travel will need data scientists and data engineers experienced in big data analysis to work on a development team, focusing on advanced discoveries in engineering and science.

*Back End: A backend developer helps design scalable, data-intensive software architectures, and troubleshoots software and performance issues.

*Machine Learning: If you work with machine learning in the aerospace industry, expect to focus on optimizing classification and detection algorithms

Why use Python in Aerospace?

Python is a general-purpose programming language used for small and large projects. It’s free, open-source, and has out-of-the-box functionality. Python can be used to do many things with your data, like record, gather, process, display, save, and publish it. Python may not be the standard language in aerospace, but it’s widely used.

Why work in Aerospace?

Let’s take a look at some of the perks of working in aerospace:

* Help reach ambitious goals: Companies like SpaceX, Blue Origin, and NASA need talented individuals like you to help them reach their goals of commercialized space travel and missions to Mars.

* Receive high pay: Aerospace programmers receive great compensation.

* Be in demand: Aerospace is a growing industry, with a 3% projected growth in the next decade.

* Be innovative: You have the opportunity to create and work with new space technologies. Many companies are working on virtual reality, sustainability, and AI.

Why use Python in Aerospace?

Python is a general-purpose programming language used for small and large projects. It’s free, open-source, and has out-of-the-box functionality. Python can be used to do many things with your data, like record, gather, process, display, save, and publish it. Python may not be the standard language in aerospace, but it’s widely used.

Aerospace Programmer Salaries :

How to become An Aerospace Programmer

A common track for an Aerospace Programmer is to have a background in computer science or computer engineering, and then apply for jobs in the aerospace industry.

              ## Gather the prerequisites

* Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in computer engineering or computer science

* Security clearance depending on the work.
* Experience with programming version control software like Git.
* Development experience with Python, JavaScript, C++, and/or other programming         languages.
* Strong writing and presentation skills.
* Experience in software development lifecycles, configuration management, and           agile and scrum.
* Experience with Linux.
* Strong problem-solving and interpersonal skills Etc.



Work on relevant projects

It’s helpful to showcase relevant work and skills when applying for jobs in the aerospace industry. 
Here are some ideas for aerospace projects:

Web scraping: Demonstrate your ability to go to a website, get information from it, and put the information into an Excel spreadsheet. Doing this in Python is great for readability.

Develop a graph for thrust required and thrust available at sea level: Demonstrate your ability to graphically show how the thrust available decreases with altitude, and how the thrust curve’s shape changes with the drag characteristic at altitude.

Open-source projects: Contribute to open source and take part in relevant work. You can check out GitHub for available projects.

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