Emerging technologies such as the metaverse, mixed reality, nano, quantum, analytics, and robotics have now reached the point of productization in the manufacturing and supply chain distribution phase.
To integrate these technologies, an advanced delivery platform is necessary, capable of mixed reality experiences and digital “twinning” of physical objects.
Smart manufacturing will be able to fully utilize innovations like the metaverse to leverage mixed reality and 3D visualization experiences, which are essential for empowering green science and research, advanced learning, and connected global community sharing.
Smart manufacturing is an ecosystem of platforms that digitize every phase of the manufacturing lifecycle, including research, design, simulation, development, building, distribution, remanufacturing, and recycling.
Smart manufacturing offers a way to transform product development and manufacturing by integrating a continuous data feedback loop from deployment in production environments to retirement, recycling, remanufacturing, and redistribution.
Providing a data path for manufacturing increases the analysis and analytics needed to design and construct next-generation sustainable and environmentally friendly products and goods.
Learn about the technologies that empower smart manufacturing, discuss market differentiation, and explore new customer experiences that organizations can benefit from by leveraging smart manufacturing strategies.
Additionally, discover how smart manufacturing can support green research and development, and how smart devices provide essential data to understand the measurable value points of green manufacturing lifecycles.
The speakers will include Deidre Peters, digital transformation program manager at Lockheed Martin Corporation, Robert Sacca, director at Northrop Grumman Corporation, and Rick Wilson, systems engineer/project manager at Northrop Grumman Corporation.