A recent Center for Naval Metalworking project looked at optimizing methods for installing machinery foundations on ships. The optimized processes are estimated to save $830,000 over five years.
In February 2021, ATI worked with the U.S. Partnership for Assured Electronics to create the Defense Electronics Consortium (DEC). This DoD-sponsored consortium is helping the government identify challenges, needs and opportunities in defense electronics, which have been impacted by the contraction of U.S. electronics manufacturing and other factors.
To celebrate the four-year anniversary of the Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) Consortium anniversary in November, we’re taking a look back at its accomplishments.
The Consortium for Execution of Rendezvous and Servicing Operations (CONFERS) has been developing and publishing consensus-derived, standards for satellite operations since it was established in 2017. In honor of its four-year anniversary, we’re looking at CONFERS’ recent notable achievements.
The Army has completed testing of a laser that uses directed energy to shoot down small drones. Adversarial drones are an increasing concern for Army combat operations.
The Composites Manufacturing Technology Center (CMTC), a Navy ManTech Center of Excellence, facilitated a large-scale composite additive manufacturing project that resulted in time and cost savings that may drive significant benefits to organizations performing low volume or custom composite part fabrication and repair.
An American Metalcasting Consortium research project is focused on using 3D printed sand molding for the production of complex, metal-ceramic composite casings. This gives the designer significantly more freedom than conventional green sand or bonded sand molding.
Teledyne FLIR, a nontraditional defense contractor and Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) Consortium member, was awarded a contract to develop the first mass-wearable chemical detector for the armed forces.
In celebration of National Spectrum Consortium’s anniversary this month, we are looking back at its achievements and collaborative efforts over the past seven years.
In celebration of the Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium's (MTEC) six-year anniversary, we're taking a look back at its considerable impact on the lives of our military personnel and veterans.