Lockheed Finds AM Sweet Spot Lockheed Finds AM Sweet Spot July 24, 2018 by Robert Ghobrial – Technical Fellow and AM Technology Strategist, Lockheed Martin The bull’s-eye: military
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MOST COMPANIES THINK THEY LEAD THEIR INDUSTRY 4.0 COMPETITORS IN AI AND ROBOTIC TECHNOLOGIES
Extended reality (XR) has burst onto the scene in the last few years, offering us amazing visualization possibilities in myriad application areas along the aerospace supply chain.
Aerospace is leading the way in the IIoT, with a heightened focus on additive manufacturing, the digital thread, and lightning-fast 3D measurement and inspection technologies.
Regardless of the myths and mysteries that come along with artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies, these tools aren’t as scary as they might seem.
A recent Trends in Digital Manufacturing survey, jointly conducted by SME, a manufacturing association promoting advanced manufacturing technologies, and Plataine, a leading provider of
Frost & Sullivan’s (London) recent analysis of the global 3D printing materials market for the aerospace industry reveals that the market is set to experience significant opportunities for
Bethesda-based defense contractor Lockheed Martin has announced it will double the size of its technology investment fund from $100 million to $200 million, a move it says was enabled by tax
When it comes to attracting the manufacture of Boeing’s next big airliner — and the jobs that come with it — Washington is pulling no punches: It asked a leading aerospace consultant to conduct
My instincts tell me we need a sense of urgency around the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in manufacturing.