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Advanced Robotics in the Naval and Maritime Industry: Transforming Submarine and Shipbuilding Manufacturing
November 16 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Tackling the challenges of the 21st-century naval and maritime industry requires an innovative approach grounded in technology. Join us together with the Naval and Maritime Consortium (NMC) for an enlightening co-hosted meeting that deep dives into the applications of advanced robotics for the submarine and shipbuilding manufacturing industry.
This meeting serves as a nexus for unveiling the fundamentals of advanced robotics, demonstrating its manifold applications in streamlining manufacturing cycles. The spotlight will be on Automated Robotic Welding using Model Based Definition (MBD), a cutting-edge method that’s poised to transform conventional procedures and set new standards of precision and efficiency.
Additionally, the agenda includes a comprehensive overview of Automated Robotic dimensional inspection using MBD and structured light. This convergence of technologies broadens the horizon of complex geometrical and surface structure analysis in shipbuilding, enabling more accurate inspection outcomes, which are crucial to the quality control process.
We have taken steps to ensure that this meeting serves as a one-stop window to the future of the shipbuilding industry, with leading companies showcasing their technologies. We’ll be having Visual Components Robotics OLP, a name synonymous with the development of industry-leading offline programming and simulation solutions; and Capvidia, a company that has carved its niche in providing MBD solutions tailored to the needs of the shipbuilding industry.
The goal of the meeting is to facilitate a fruitful exchange of ideas, breakthroughs, and collaborations that will power the next era of manufacturing advancements in the naval and maritime industry. Take advantage of this golden opportunity to be a part of the transformative journey of maritime manufacturing! Don’t miss out.
We will also hear the manufacturer’s perspective from NMC Member Element 119’s COO, Mark Sullivan.
This on-line zoom webinar is open to the public, please register today.
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