The UK’s National Physical Laboratory (NPL) has developed an FSI-based coordinate measurement system which promises to allow high accuracy coordinate measurements of multiple targets simultaneously. Could this be the new standard for airframe builders?
DTNA showcases first-gen Freightliner eCascadia and eM2 test vehicles, promising series production of proprietary integrated electrification solution in 2021. The truck maker also has created an Automated Truck R&D Center in Portland, Ore. to lead global development of automated CV technology.
Engineers from the Air Force Research Laboratory’s (AFRL’s) Manufacturing Technologies Division successfully demonstrated the capabilities of a new multi-purpose maintenance and manufacturing robot at the Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio.
Even at the early stages of this new era of urban air mobility, there is already a scramble amongst well-known aerospace giants, as well as start-ups, to develop and evaluate the civil VTOL market. And this all starts with air-taxi concepts.
Artificial intelligence technologies can increase the efficiency, safety, and quality of machines on worksites and ultimately help combat the operator shortage, says machine intelligence expert Dr. Fares Beainy.
An SAE Member for more than two decades, Gregory Saunders was recognized for his years of outstanding and distinguished leadership within SAE International in the areas of global standardization, and for advancing the role and value of SAE standards and certification programs throughout the world.