The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) today announced that Jon Riley, currently of L&L Products in Romeo, Michigan, will be joining the NCMS staff as Executive Director of Design & Engineering Programs.
The NCMS-CTMA 2009 Symposium features leaders from across all services who will discuss the importance of continuous technology insertion to ensure that our maintainers, logisticians and engineers are equipped with the capabilities which enable them to efficiently and effectively sustain materiel readiness.
Hurry- it is not too late to register. Come and learn more about the importance of maintenance technology and technology insertion.
March 2009 Welcome to The CTMA Connector, a monthly newsletter designed to provide news and ideas about the Commercial Technologies for Maintenance Activities (CTMA) program. The CTMA program is a joint Department of Defense/National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (DoD/NCMS) effort promoting collaborative technology development between industry and the DoD maintenance and repair facilities. This newsletter …
Sierra Army Depot (SIAD) hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony today to mark the successful demonstration of an innovative wireless industrial Vehicle Management System (VMS). Centralized Fleet Automated Management System (CFAMS)- is an NCMS Commercial Technologies for Maintenance Activities (CTMA) program, with the goals of reducing industrial vehicle maintenance costs, improving fleet mission readiness, increasing material handling productivity and the consequential velocity of critical warfighter supplies, and improving worker safety.
The NAFEMS World Congress 2009 will be THE International Congress on Simulation Technology for the Engineering Analysis Community. This is your opportunity to attend this world-renowned bi-annual Congress, and ensure that your organisation is part of the largest and most respected independent engineering analysis event on the calendar.
February 2009 Welcome to The CTMA Connector, a monthly newsletter designed to provide news and ideas about the Commercial Technologies for Maintenance Activities (CTMA) program. The CTMA program is a joint Department of Defense/National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (DoD/NCMS) effort promoting collaborative technology development between industry and the DoD maintenance and repair facilities. This newsletter …
ANN ARBOR, MI – January 28th, 2009. The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) has partnered with the Council on Competiveness and AMT – Association for Manufacturing Technology to present the 2009 Compute & Collaborate for Competitive Advantage (C3A) conference.
McLean, Va., January 8, 2008 – QinetiQ North America, a global developer of innovative technology solutions for national defense, today announced that its FluidScan™ monitor has won the 2008 Great Ideas Competition Award presented annually by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) at the Department of Defense (DoD) Maintenance Symposium & Exhibition.
The prestigious JEC Innovation Award for Innovation in Transportation Technology was presented to the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) Hydrogen Cylinder Manufacturing (HCM) project team this week, sharply underscoring the value of collaborative research and development in a global manufacturing marketplace.
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