The NDIA Manufacturing Division is partnered with the Society of Manufacturing Engineers an to hold a Missile Science and Technology (S&T) /Industry Manufacturing Technology Symposium. The Army will share new technology initiatives for the warfighter and future systems along with its needs from industry. Representatives from Industry will be sharing what new manufacturing technologies are available to Army programs.
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Registration price: $195 Industry, $99 Government.
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About This Symposium
The purpose of this symposium is to explore with industry with some of the difficult manufacturing challenges facing the U.S. Army in its acquisition of advanced capabilities to support the warfighter, and to provide industry an opportunity to present some of its leading edge manufacturing solutions that may help the Army in accelerating its acquisition of technology.
The U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center (AMRDEC) is the Army’s focal point for providing research, development, and engineering technology and services for aviation and missile platforms across the life cycle. The mission of AMRDEC is to deliver collaborative and innovative aviation and missile capabilities for responsive and cost-effective research, development and life cycle engineering solutions
The symposium program is still being defined, but will include topics such as :
- Missiles S&T 30-Year Road Map
- Topology Optimization of Missile Components
- Tactical High Speed Missile Structures
- Laser Welding Composites
- Structural Bonding of Composites
NDIA Manufacturing Division
The NDIA Manufacturing Division aids industry/government/academia interaction in technology areas directly related to manufacturing research, design, development, testing and production. Through such interaction, these groups exchange information and views that benefit the development of advanced technology for the warfighter. Visit the Division's web page here.
Society of Manufacturing Engineers
SME has been supporting the manufacturing industry for the last 85 years. Working closely with manufacturing professionals, companies, educators, schools and communities, we share knowledge and resources that generate solutions to manufacturing industry challenges.
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