Logistics and Manufacturing under Attack: A Virtual Workshop
Join us for a virtual workshop to discuss the latest in advanced manufacturing technologies and their logistical considerations.
The ability to make and repair equipment in current operational environments is increasingly vulnerable to disruptions in global supply chains and to attacks. Join the National Academies for a virtual workshop on June 2-4, 2021 to discuss the latest in advanced manufacturing technologies and their future logistical considerations. Topics discussed will include additive manufacturing of large structures, supply and manufacturing in space, and critical systems supply and repair. Speakers will also address failure prediction tools, supply chain issues, and the challenges of applying sophisticated materials science and engineering at point of need.
June 2, 2021 from 11am-4pm ET: Additive manufacturing of large structures
State of the art and commercialization
Beyond 3D Printing
Long distance supply and re-use of materials
June 3, 2021 from 11am-4pm ET: Repair and Supply of Systems and Sub-Systems
Asset monitoring and failure prediction
In-time supply under adverse conditions
Rapid capability development through hybrid multifunctional electronic systems
June 4, 2021 from 11am-4pm ET: Logistics and Manufacturing in Space
Logistics in cis-lunar space
Future of Space Logistics
Watch the webcast on the event page at: https://www.nationalacademies.org/event/06-02-2021/logistics-and-manufacturing-under-attack-a-workshop
You can submit questions for our speakers at http://slido.com (Event Code #DMMI2021)