Advanced manufacturing provides increased access to product replication and the agility to pivot when product needs change. SecureAmerica Institute partners are developing techniques to embed unique markers in 3D-printed products to identify counterfeit production.
The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station and The University of Texas at Arlington have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to enhance the aerospace defense manufacturing community through the application of advanced technology and workforce training in Texas.
As the manufacturing industry shifts toward smart technologies and automation, the threat of bad actors compromising industrial capability rises. SecureAmerica Institute partners are developing an external system to identify and prevent robotic untrustworthiness.
The White House and the U.S. Department of Defense partnered with the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station to host a summit in Westlake, Texas, in an effort to improve the supply chain resilience of critical materials.
The SecureAmerica Institute helped pioneer a new American Society of Mechanical Engineers standard controlling the production of interchangeable parts through additive manufacturing.