Boeing Executive Dr. Leo Christodoulou Joins NCMS 2017 Board of Directors

The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS), the nation’s leader in collaborative technology development is pleased to announce the election of Dr. Leo Christodoulou, Boeing’s Enterprise Technology Strategy Leader, to the NCMS Board of Directors. Both NCMS and The Boeing Company are deeply committed to building a strong manufacturing infrastructure that is highly competitive, innovates […]

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Robotics, Autonomy, and Drones- OH MY! 2017 Michigan Robotics Day

The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS), the nation’s leader in collaborative technology, is hosting the seventh annual Michigan Robotics Day tomorrow, April 11, at the North Campus Research Complex in Ann Arbor, with the University of Michigan (U-M) School of Engineering. Ford Motor Company is the exclusive sponsor of this event, which has grown into […]

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NCMS releases the “Balancing Productivity and Security: The New Cybersecurity Challenge for Manufacturers” white paper

NCMS, SVP Rebecca Taylor, release Cyber Security White Paper Provides Cyber Security Awareness and Prevention Focus for Manufacturers Ann Arbor, MI – April 4, 2017 – The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) sees cyber security awareness and prevention in manufacturing as an emerging challenge and competitiveness issues that manufacturers are facing. In response, NCMS […]

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NCMS Member Navitas Systems Announces Award to Deploy StarlifterTM Lithium Forklift Batteries at Major Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Location

Press Release: Navitas Systems Announces Award to Deploy StarlifterTM Lithium Forklift Batteries at Major Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Location Contract with National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) Enables DLA’s Largest Worldwide Site to Assess Performance Versus Lead Acid Forklift Batteries in Demanding Material-Handling Environment Woodridge, IL –December 5, 2016 – Navitas Systems LLC (www.navitassys.com), a […]

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Michigan Robotics Day

  Ann Arbor, MI –  April 5, 2016. The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS), the nation’s leader in collaborative technology hosted the sixth annual Michigan Robotics Day today partnering with the University of Michigan’s School of Engineering. Ford Motor Company is the exclusive sponsor of this event, which has grown into the nation’s premier […]

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Pam Hurt Joins National Center for Manufacturing Sciences

Press Release: Ann Arbor, MI – March 23, 2016. The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS), the nation’s leader in collaborative technology development, is pleased announce the addition of Ms. Pam Hurt to the NCMS leadership team. Ms. Hurt will join the NCMS as the Director of Membership and Communications, leading the development and supporting the […]

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NCMS' Senior VP, Rebecca Taylor addresses Advanced Manufacturing at FABTECH 2015

NCMS’ Senior Vice President Rebecca Taylor will be the featured speaker and moderator during FABTECH 2015’s “State of Industry : Advanced Manufacturing” panel discussion.  FABTECH 2015 is North America’s largest collaboration of equipment, technology and knowledge in the metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing industry. Taking place November 9-12 at Chicago’s McCormick Place, the event provides […]

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NCMS Teams Up to Show "Robots Transforming Lives" on Michigan Robotics Day

The event brought talent of all ages, from elementary school robotics teams to advanced researchers, manufacturing leaders in the field of robotics, and researchers. As NCMS President Rick Jarman said, this event is part of the effort in “making this technology a real part of our lives.” Robotics are becoming integrated with consumer and industrial products for greater autonomy, precision, and efficiency in concentrated areas like autonomous vehicles, safety features, advanced surgery, factories, and on the battlefield. NCMS has been especially involved in several robotics projects for military applications, such as one with the United Sates Army to build an exoskeleton for warfighters.

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