NCMS introduces innovative technology at Technology Showcase at Pearl Harbor Shipyard Jan 22-24
Pearl Harbor Shipyard, Hawaii — The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) is hosting a Technology Showcase at the U.S. Naval Shipyard at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, January 22-24, 2019. The event will introduce new and innovative technologies, products, and processes that could assist the maintenance and sustainment communities with filling unmet needs.
Through the Commercial Technologies for Maintenance Activities (CTMA) Program, NCMS is assisting the U.S. Navy in collaborating with industry to demonstrate, evaluate, and validate maintenance and sustainment technologies that can facilitate improvements in efficiency, safety, and accuracy at best cost.
“NCMS is pleased to be supporting the U.S. Navy’s efforts toward modernizing their shipyards. The CTMA Program is the perfect vehicle for the government to demonstrate and evaluate technology prior to acquisition to ensure the benefits will be maximized,” says Debbie Lilu, CTMA Program Director. “Technology Showcases have become popular events where shipyard maintenance artisans, shop managers, and base leadership can get a hands-on look at state-of-the-art technologies.”
There are 29 companies from all over the U.S. that will be demonstrating their commercially-available applications, equipment, and machinery that could enhance warfighter readiness.
Companies participating at the event:
Company – Technology
Aptima – Confined space monitoring systems
Aspire Solutions – Process guide toolset
Atlas Copco Tools & Assemblies – Compressors, vacuum solutions and power tools
Atmospheric Plasma Solutions – Coating removal and surface preparation technology
Bechtel – Engineering, construction, modularization, sustainability
D & M Hydraulic – Hydraulics and industrial products
Dash Pacific Corporation – Material handling and industrial supplies
DIT-MCO International – Cable and harness testing
Eclypse International – Circuit analysis testing equipment
ECM Global – Industrial measurement, 3D scanning
Elevate Systems – Reverse and re-engineering services
Equipois – Mechanical human augmentation and exoskeleton
FARO – 3D measurement, imaging and realization
GasTops, Inc. – Fluid analysis
Hilti – Power tools, fasteners, and software for construction
Hexagon – Collection and analysis of measurement data
Hydratight – Pipe cutting and machining products
Leica Geosystems – Laser scanners and PCMM
Maglogix – Compact and powerful magnets
Metalbuilt – Prototype parts, R&D metal fabricated products, CAD
MSC Industrial Supplies – Metalworking and maintenance repair products
Perisense – Sensors that provide production floor visibility
PTC – Digital Twin CAD, PLM, IoT, and AR capabilities
Reverse Engineering.com – CAD integrated reverse engineering and measurement
Siemens – Software technology and design AR/VR
Spectro Scientific, Inc. – Handheld & Portable Instrumentation for fluid analysis
SurClean, Inc. – Laser coating removal and surface preparation
Temple Allen Industries – Standup abrading machines, deck scaling tool
VRC Metal Systems – Additive manufacturing cold spray technology
About Pearl Harbor
Navy Yard Pearl Harbor was officially established on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu by the U.S. Navy on May 13, 1908 as a mid-Pacific coaling and repair station. Military facilities on the islands of Hawaii have proven to be vital for the defense of the United States and its interests. Hawaii‘s strategic location is a vital waypoint and defensive outpost between the U.S. mainland and the rest of the Asia-Pacific region.
The Shipyard has continuously improved from its modest creation into a world-class Navy complex; these changes reflect the importance the Shipyard has to the U.S. Navy and the global influence of the region. The capabilities provided by the Shipyard enable the U.S. Navy to secure sea lanes of communication and commerce, effectively projecting power across the expansive Pacific and Indian oceans.
The Commercial Technologies for Maintenance Activities (CTMA) Program offers a unique contracting vehicle for industry, academia, and the DoD sustainment community to work in collaboration to find, develop and invent new and innovative technologies that enhance warfighter readiness.
The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) is a cross-industry technology development consortium, dedicated to improving the competitiveness and strength of the U.S. industrial base. As a member-based organization, it leverages its network of industry, government, and academia to develop, demonstrate, and transition innovative technologies efficiently, with less risk and lower cost. For more information on NCMS, visit www.ncms.org