June 25, 2013. NCMS hosted the French Lightweight Vehicle Partnership Delegation at its headquarters Wednesday, June 19th. The purpose of the meeting was to present the outcomes of NCMS’ highly successful Lightweight for Automotive Materials Program (LAMP) to representatives from ten companies from France doing work in the same field, in return, NCMS and its members learned about the advances these companies were making throughout Europe and discussed collaboration opportunities.
June 20, 2013. NCMS, in collaboration with Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & IMF and NUWC Keyport, WA, held the 2nd Annual Underwater Vehicle Competition at Olympic High School Pool in Bremerton, WA. This event, aimed at promoting higher education in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, hosted 116 students from 15 western Washington schools.
June 12, 2013. Information technology consulting services including systems integration, custom application development, technology strategy and implementation.
June 3, 2013. For several years, NCMS and other collaborative leaders have been advocating the use of advanced modeling and simulation tools in product design and manufacturing. These techniques allow innovators to leverage massive computing power and predictive simulations to optimize designs, workflows, and products.
May 30, 2013. The May 2013 update from National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) delivering manufacturing innovation powered by “Collaboration That Works”. George Mason University and NCMS Celebrate Launch of New Center for Collision Safety & Analysis, CTMA Partners Meeting, Digital Manufacturing SIG, and Robotics SIG.
May 27, 2013. Lectromec’s primary business is Aerospace wire risks assessment, testing and analysis, as well as custom equipment fabrication and software integration services.
May 24, 2013. Anark produces software that transforms native CAD & PMI/MBD data into engineering quality 3D PDF documents.
May 6, 2013. An upcoming event will mark the launch of a new research center at George Mason University, with GMU administrators, staff from the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS), government officials, and representatives from the transportation industry in attendance. The occasion celebrates the Center for Collision Safety and Analysis at GMU, and is scheduled for Tuesday, May 7th, 2:00-4:00 p.m. in the Research Hall’s Showcase Room on GMU’s Fairfax Campus.
April 29, 2013. Michigan Governor Rick Snyder saluted Michigan Robotics Day, which “…highlights to the rest of Michigan and the entire country how important robotics are,” and by its third year has grown to one of the premier events celebrating National Robotics Week. He also answered questions on a wide range of subjects during a Q&A session moderated by NCMS President & CEO Rick Jarman.
April 26, 2013. Michigan Governor Rick Snyder addressed a standing room crowd at the 2013 Michigan Robotics Day held at the Jack Roth Stadium Club in Ann Arbor, Michigan. During his talk he did a Q&A session moderated by NCMS President & CEO Rick Jaman.