Military readiness and AI, creating more opportunities for women in tech, protecting government against malicious cyber activities—Booz Allen will be exploring all of these topics and more from September 24-26 at the 11th annual Atlantic Festival in downtown Washington, D.C.
Innovative ideas from expert speakers
At the Booz Allen Hamilton Innovation Stage in Hotel Monaco, Booz Allen will be hosting thought-provoking discussions featuring members of Congress, top military and private-sector leaders, researchers, and other thought leaders.
TürkTraktör, the joint venture between CNH Industrial and Koç Holding, recently announced the results of a pioneering Virtual Reality (VR) Training Lab for blue collar employees at its Ankara and Erenler plants.
VR, AR, robotics and 3D printing are revolutionizing how surgeons train and work, making procedures faster and more accurate and creating a better experience for patients.
By Michael Keller
It’s a decade from now, and you’re stable in the ICU after a recent heart attack.
Your doctor harvests some of your stem cells while a 3D printer outputs a drug-impregnated stent that has been designed specifically for the dimensions of your heart valves. Meanwhile, nurses prepare an injection of your cultivated stem cells and factors that trigger tissue regeneration.
Lockheed Martin is home to one of the largest virtual reality (VR) laboratories of its kind in the world – the Collaborative Human Immersive Laboratory (CHIL) in Denver – where Lockheed Martin product-design and manufacturing teams test and validate products and manufacturing processes virtually before ever physically building a thing.
Their goal? Reduce operator fatigue and discomfort, while maximizing safety and productivity.
BETHESDA, Md., March 27, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Four Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) teams advance as finalists in the 22nd Applied Ergonomics Conference Ergo Cup® Competition, which showcases innovation aimed at reducing risk of injury in the workplace. Lockheed Martin will be one of over 20 companies discussing their ergonomic innovations in the Ergo Cup Competition.
Lockheed Martin donates high-tech simulation software fostering STEM education in Orlando
ORLANDO, Fla., January 22, 2019 /3BL Media/ - Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) donated Prepar3D licenses valued at more than $32,000 to the Orlando Science Center kicking off the annual Otronicon conference furthering science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education in the Central Florida community.
According to the International Labour Organization, more than 340 million occupational accidents are reported each year around the world. Statistics show the construction industry has a disproportionately high rate of recorded accidents in comparison to other industries.
Not able to go to Washington, DC for the 10th annual Atlantic Festival? Good news: You can listen to expert discussions on artificial intelligence, virtual reality, cybersecurity, and more Oct. 3-4 thanks to Booz Allen’s live streaming of the event. Tune in on any device, here.