The digital thread is one piece of the digital transformation underway at NASA and throughout the manufacturing community.
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Applications for flexible hybrid electronics in aerospace and defense exist in environmental monitoring, biomedical assessment, security, communications, energy generation and storage, computation, supply chain management and asset sustainment.
Argentina’s Sinteplast gave workers back their holidays and weekends with completion of a high-bay warehouse. The facility allows for 18,000 pallet positions on 23 levels that are scaled by speedy robots.
Bay Economic Development Alliance, Gulf Coast State College partner with local manufacturers to establish Gulf Coast FAME Chapter
Vollmer of America completed its move into a new 30,000-square-foot facility near Pittsburgh International Airport in June of 2020 and participated in the Las Vegas AWFS Fair in July this year.
Businesses are starting to recover from the pandemic—some more than others—and the need to deliver a seamless experience from online to the store is requiring a rethink of entire supply chains.
An intelligent and highly flexible transport system enables a wide variety of production steps to be flexibly combined in a modular, powerful and versatile machine for the assembly of automotive fuel lines.
Automating the manufacture and assembly of aerospace and defense components is no simple task. Two leading engineering executives, Nicole Williams at The Boeing Co. and Marie-Christine Caron at GE Aviation, oversee automation efforts at their respective companies.
Aerospace and defense sectors are emerging from the pandemic more resilient while other sectors, including automotive, struggle meet demand.
Over the last 30 years, the electrical power demand on aircraft has increased by a factor of 10. While the growth in aerospace E/E systems has introduced new challenges, it is also creating new opportunities.