Wearables hold possibilities for driving down costs and increasing competitiveness. What could it mean for your organization?
In an era of unsustainable defense budgets and increasingly complex enemies, advanced manufacturing holds the potential to help the United States to meet its mission and responsibilities in both arenas.
Augmented reality has transformed from a futuristic idea into today’s real-world applications. Building on the ever expanding presence of technology, engineers and designers today are able to reproduce real-life experiences with simulations contained in cameras and small viewing portals.
In the 1980s, most tech geeks were still busting their brains over how to develop personal computers and entertainment consoles for the masses.
Last week, NASA and Made In Space Inc. announced that they had made the first 3D-printed part in space using the 3D printer that was launched into space in September and installed inside the glovebox on the International Space Station (ISS).
It is easy to see why technology is inherently seen as a threat to the workforce; nine times out of ten the introduction of technology into a corporation is designed to save cost on labour.