7th edition of the Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference

On December 4, 2019, the global Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference will take place at RAI Amsterdam, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. This 7th edition of the Unmanned Cargo Aircraft conference organized by Jakajima will take place during Amsterdam Drone Week.

The Conference aims to share the status of the latest developments and trends in the unmanned cargo aircraft. Particularly the impact of large drones is a major topic of the conference. Nowadays everybody talks about the small delivery drones, but large cargo drones will have a large impact on the logistics industry. Traditional business models will change, and new players will appear on the podium.

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The Integrated Photonics Systems Roadmap – International (IPSR-I) 2020 is available now

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The roadmap is a joint initiative of the AIM Academy and PhotonDelta, with the objective to establish and sustain a trust based global network of industrial and R&D partners, who are working together on defining and creating future PIC technology and systems requirements. Continue reading “The Integrated Photonics Systems Roadmap – International (IPSR-I) 2020 is available now”

Jakajima is partner of Female Tech Heroes

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Jakajima is partner of Female Tech Heroes, an initiative in the Brainport region dedicated to women working in technology. High Tech Campus Eindhoven: ‘We want to inspire women in tech, but also women who are curious about tech’.

We are welcoming members of the community as speakers and participants at our events. If you are a member of Female Tech Heroes and want to partner / take part in our events, we invite you to contact us.

If you would like to learn more about Female Tech Heroes and join the community, we invite you to visit the High Tech Campus Eindhoven website: https://www.hightechcampus.com/female-tech-heroes

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Emerging technologies with great potential – opinions of speakers at UCA Conference

What emerging technologies do you see as having potential in the short and long run? We asked, speakers at Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference answered. Below you can see a selection of answers.

Ed De Reyes, Sabrewing Aircraft: The emergence of detect and avoid technologies, and the willingness of regulatory agencies to work cooperatively with manufacturers to make heavy-lift VTOL cargo carriers a reality. Read more Continue reading “Emerging technologies with great potential – opinions of speakers at UCA Conference”

IoT communication goes Photonic, via Li-Fi

A podcast on Internet of Things and Li-Fi as a warm-up for the IoT Event, 30 September on IoT and Li-Fi at High Tech Campus Eindhoven.

The Internet of Things (IoT) drives a rapid growth of the amount of data communication as tens of Billions of devices will communicate. Today’s IoT is predominantly narrowband. Yet, we also foresee increasing demands for communication at high Quality of Service, such as guaranteed high bit rates at low latency. A wide range of future IoT applications, i.e. flexible manufacturing, augmented reality and autonomous cars require the exchange of sensor and video data, processed in the cloud, while doing real-time remote control of autonomous devices. Continue reading “IoT communication goes Photonic, via Li-Fi”

Avio Aero 3Dprints parts for the Catalyst engine for the Cessna Denali

Up to ten GE Catalyst components will be produced in this area. The engine’s first flight is scheduled for the end of 2019. It is the first turboprop engine in the world with almost 30% of its internal metal parts 3D printed. In Brindisi, work has already begun on three of these ten additive components. This number will continue to grow as the number of GE Additive-Concept Laser machines DMLM (Direct Metal Laser Melting) does. Continue reading “Avio Aero 3Dprints parts for the Catalyst engine for the Cessna Denali”

Press release: 3D Medical Conference & Expo at University of Perugia, Italy

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On July 09 and 10, 2019, University of Perugia will host a two-day event focused on the latest 3D Printing innovations in the medical field. The event will include a conference with dedicated sessions to 3D pharmaceutical printing, 3D printing applications in surgery and dentistry, 3D medtech printing, 3D bioprinting and a two-day exhibition.

On July 9, the program includes dedicated sessions on 3D Bioprinting, 3D Dental Printing, Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality and Legal. Attendees will find out the current status of the major changes in biotechnology and modern medicine, with a focus on 3D bioprinting, 3D printed dental implants, biomaterials & will catch a glimpse into the legal challenges posed by the introduction of this disruptive technology.

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Press release: 3D Printing Automotive Conference in Helmond, The Netherlands

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Automotive 3D Printing Conference takes place on June 05, 2019, in Helmond, The Netherlands. The conferences focuses on various aspects of 3D printing applications in the automotive industry, such as prototyping, production, electronics, spare parts, customisation – issues, solutions, developments & more.

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3D Printed Electronics Hit the Road – An Overview of Automotive Industry Applications

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3D printing is affecting the way engineers design in the automotive industry. The technology is already used in the industry, currently mostly for plastic and metal spare parts. Additive manufacturing has opened the door for newer designs, safer products, shorter lead times and lower costs. Moreover, it will be an enabler for the automotive industry to adapt towards the new smart mobility requirements.

With 3D printed electronics, even more applications are in sight. Engineers can now design the electronics to fit a certain part, rather than designing parts around electronics as before. The design is no longer limited to flat printed circuit boards, things get three-dimensional. Furthermore, electronics can be printed using a variety of techniques- inkjet, analog, so there is a lot of room for innovation.

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