AIM2LEARN: Robotics for Manufacturing – Criticality of AI to the Accessibility and Adoption of Robotics for Manufacturing Webinar

This presentation will briefly discuss the ARM Institute, the conclusions of the AI Discovery Workshop conducted by the ARM Institute in 2021, the resulting Data for AI Working Group (DAWG) and its initiatives to support and develop solutions relative to small and medium manufacturers (e.g., National AI Robotics for Manufacturing Assessment). National AI Robotics for […]

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AIM2LEARN: Robotic Adhesive & Sealant Dispensing – Addressing Ongoing Difficulties and Problems of Manual Application Webinar

This presentation will discuss the problems and challenges encountered by manufacturers in the manual application of adhesives & sealants; the various specific industries/applications where this is solution applicable; and the Robot27 robotic solution that leverages industrial/collaborative robots to address needs in these areas.  The presentation will be a short PowerPoint presentation that will include short […]

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AIM2LEARN: Quality Management Systems for Defense Manufacturing Webinar

This webinar will help manufacturers considering entry into the defense supply chain assess the time and resource commitment for implementing and maintaining an ISO 9001- or AS9100-registered Quality Management System, as routinely required in the defense industry.  The webinar will also outline the steps for manufacturers already supplying the defense industry in maintaining and improving […]

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AIM2LEARN: Friction Stir Welding Webinar

This webinar will help manufacturers answer the questions: What is Friction Stir Welding?  What are the benefits of the process?  What are the challenges?  How can we help your team? About the Presenter:  Michael J. Pollock, Senior Director of Advanced Engineering & Manufacturing, Concurrent Technologies Corporation Michael Pollock is the Senior Director of Advanced Engineering & […]

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AIM2LEARN: Partnering with the DOD – Manufacturing Priorities, Supply Chain and Workforce Webinar

Join us for our next AIM2Learn webinar to learn about the current DoD advanced manufacturing priorities along with supply chain and workforce gaps and opportunities.  Hiwot Gebremariam, DOD Program Activity Lead, will also highlight best practices on how to partner with DOD through existing assistance programs that help meet the Department’s procurement standards and defense […]

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Aim2Learn: Resolve Low-Volume/High-Mix Inspection Bottlenecks with Human-Friendly Robotics

Robotic programming can be daunting, particularly for low-volume/high-mix applications. Collaborative Robots (cobots) make it easy for a non-robot expert to program complex 3D inspections. This human-robot collaboration (HRC) can also be aided by autonomous motion planning using Digital Twinning and AI. Once the robotic 3D inspection is complete, the resulting inspection data then can be […]

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AIM2LEARN Digital Twins: Characteristics and Manufacturing Applications Webinar

Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence have long used data representations to model the real world.  However, these models and their real-world correlates were effectively disassociated; there was no real-time connection between the representation and that which was modeled.  The concept of a” digital twin” is to have a computer model of a slice of the […]

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AIM2LEARN: Real-Time Data Analytics for Manufacturers Webinar

This webinar is part of the AIM2LEARN education series that is hosted by the AIM Higher Consortium. Speakers present for 30 minutes on a topic that help regional manufacturers in the defense industry seeking to expand business and operational capabilities to strengthen the supply chain and create and retain jobs in defense manufacturing sectors. This […]

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