Converging disciplines to secure U.S. manufacturing
Securing America’s manufacturing enterprise is vital to America’s security
The United States manufacturing enterprise is a $2 billion industry employing 9 percent of the nation’s workforce. Achieving short-term and long-term resiliency in this sector is critical to maintaining American competitiveness in the global economic market.
The SecureAmerica Institute (SAI) is a private-public research collaborative converging industry, government, and academia to integrate advancements in U.S. manufacturing resilience. Our members provide world-class leadership through applied research, scaled education and workforce deployment, economic analysis and policy recommendations, and market-driven technology transition.
Headquartered at The Texas A&M University System’s RELLIS campus, we seek to strengthen and expand the United States manufacturing and defense industrial base at the local, state and national levels to:
- Counter global marketplace supply chain disruptions.
- Maintain leadership in the development and deployment of innovative manufacturing technologies and products.
- Fully employ our people through comprehensive education, and training in new and emerging advanced manufacturing technologies and processes.
Advanced Multi-Discipline Engineering Analytics
Advanced Manufacturing Technologies
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML)
Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR)
Communication Networks (including 5G) & Industrial Internet Of Things (IIOT)
Modeling and Simulation
Robotics and Automation
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Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)
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