Hey everyone, welcome to our 50th weekly news review! That’s a big number, do the math and we are closing a full year of weekly posting!
Keeping the trend of quality news and insights, this week we have a nice selection which shows how we are identifying and laying the ground to shape up our advanced manufacturing and IIoT future. A report by DHL shows how 3D printing is going to tackle the traditional supply chain, ANSI and America Makes release a preliminary draft for an AM standardization roadmap and, between the most disruptive tech trends of 2017, AM and IIoT take a front page.
Let’s dive in.
3D Printing: A New Dimension
Already, 3D printing, or additive manufacturing, has moved beyond the experimental stage, and is being used in a variety of applications where often the parts are complex to produce or require high levels of customization. DHL has investigated the future of 3D printing in an in-depth study that looks at the implications and uses of the technology across sectors and the supply chain.
Read the report at DHL.
America Makes and ANSI Release Preliminary Final Draft of Additive Manufacturing Standardization Roadmap for Public Feedback
This week, the AMSC released the preliminary final draft of the AMSC Standardization Roadmap for Additive Manufacturing (Version 1.0) to the public for review and comment. The organization plans to have the final document published in February 2017, and currently invites comments and feedback from the public about any revisions needed before publication.
Read more here.
Most Disruptive Tech Trends of 2017
As an amateur futurist I’m always watching the trends of innovation, here are some technology trends I’m keeping a close eye on as we approach 2017. Now we are entering a period where the convergence of multiple technologies and integrations results in an exponentially increasing potential for disruption in the future of work, commerce, manufacturing, Bigdata and AI.
Read the full article here.
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