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DMDII Gets a Name Change
The Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute (DMDII) announces it will be renamed MxD and will stand as an independent organization from UI LABS.
DMDII Awarded $10 Million in Federal Funding
Partnership with U.S. Department of Defense will continue for five more years.
DMDII Names Chandra Brown Executive Director
Brown has more than 25 years of experience in manufacturing, federal policymaking, international trade and startup and small business management.
Live from CAASE: Collaboration Fuels Innovation
Companies should be open to the possibilities of working with other companies, and to extend their reach beyond the four walls of their enterprise.
DMDII Launches Cyber Hub for Manufacturing
DMDII's new cyber hub for manufacturing has support of Department of Defense; national hub will allow experimentation on cybersecurity technology for the factory floor.
DMDII to Host Event on Digital Disruption in the Factory
The DMDII will host participants for a one-day experiential learning workshop to explore how digital technologies impact the factory floor and are redefining how people, processes and equipment will function in the “Future Factory.”
Connecting the Digital Thread at Siemens PLM Connections 2017
Siemens PLM Software shares its vision for capitalizing on digital disruption at the Siemens PLM Connections conference.
Manufacturers Shape Augmented Reality’s Future
The augmented reality functional requirements will be made publicly available on the AREA site and future efforts include reviews of current AR hardware and software solutions against the benchmark.
Researchers Take Aim at Design and Manufacturing Costs
A team of researchers at Penn State, industry and other universities is developing an advanced framework that will allow engineers to share engineering data and leverage design and manufacturing-related knowledge throughout the entire product lifecycle.
Manufacturing Goes Digital
Software and hardware for the new era of manufacturing advances additive technology.
RAPID 2016: An Industry of Opportunity
This year's event addresses the latest technologies and a look at the future of additive manufacturing.


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