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.
The SecureAmerica Institute and Department of Defense are partnering to solve the manufacturing workforce crisis in the United States due to existing talent and skills gaps.
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.
SecureAmerica Institute partners at Amentum are exploring how a real-time 2D/3D visual modeling and simulation framework of sensor-fusion data will enable a more resilient domestic manufacturing base.