SecureAmerica Institute partners at Morgan State University investigated how ready small-to-medium manufacturers are to adopt digital practices as part of a nationwide initiative to secure the U.S. domestic manufacturing base.
SecureAmerica Institute leadership discusses how smart and advanced manufacturing technologies present a vital opportunity to invigorate and revitalize the American manufacturing base.
SecureAmerica Institute experts explain how smart manufacturing — or the use of emerging, advanced technologies to increase the efficiency of traditional manufacturing processes — is creating a more agile and productive industrial base.
SecureAmerica Institute partners at Ursa Major Technologies are exploring how additive manufacturing can enhance the production of hypersonic engines to empower a secure U.S. defense industrial base.
SecureAmerica Institute partners at North Carolina State University are developing methods to protect crucial information technology and operational technology networks in the manufacturing industry from cyberthreats.