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What the Future holds for Additive Manufacturing 2016: Infographic

Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 2/2/2016

What the Future holds for Additive Manufacturing 2016: Infographic - Defence IQ Press

Ahead of the Additive Manufacturing for Defence and Aerospace Summit in February, Defence IQ commissioned a survey of AM experts and A&D industry professionals to gauge how the market is evolving and to identify the key trends as AM methods grow from small research projects into large scale production runs. Based on a survey of industry experts this infographic presents some of the survey data. Full Article »

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Securing vulnerable machines

Posted: 6/17/2012

Securing vulnerable machines -

Federal agencies classify and store information at various levels. Individuals are accorded access to that information based on the level of their security clearance and their need to know. The most common method to maintain such a chain of custody is to physically separate compartmented or classified materials on different networks and computing platforms. Secure KVM switching involves passing otherwise separate streams of classified information through a single device. Emerson explore how their product secures vulnerable systems in any network. Full Video »

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Lt Gen Bernardis talking about Storm Shadow missiles -

Lt Gen (Rtd) Bernardis, former Chief of Staff of the Italian Air Force, earned widespread praise for his command of the air strike operation over Libya during OUP. As the Chairman of the Joint Deep Stike 2013 conference, he talks to Defence IQ ahead of the event to discuss the use of Storm Shadow Missiles and the opportunities for nations to build on the campaign's success for future deep strike capabilities. Full Podcast »

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Additive Manufacturing in Aerospace, Defence, and Space: Trends and Analysis 2016

Additive manufacturing (AM) has the potential to transform military supply chains and profoundly change the dynamics of the aerospace and defence industry. Despite being around since the 1980s, the technology is rapidly developing into a commercially viable alternative to traditional manufacturing processes, pushing engineering boundaries and allowing companies to make complex objects and products never before possible. Full Sector Report »

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