Smart Glasses, Augmented Reality Add Fuel to Boeing’s Assembly Line Boeing designs and manufactures some of the world’s most complex machines–jet engines and aircraft. Boeing technicians in charge of wiring new planes have no room for error and need constant access to diagrams, schematics, and parts. To meet those requirements, Boeing uses a combination of augmented reality, smart glasses, voice recognition, and connected cloud-based systems, equipping its technicians with a hands-free solution for faster, accurate assembly and troubleshooting.
Identifying Travel Risk: AI Solution Maps Global COVID-19 Safety GOPASS Global’s Covid-19 biosecurity risk analytics platform uses a series of sophisticated and specially designed AI algorithms. The platform can interpret its vast collection of data to identify up-to-date risks for worldwide travel.
Use of AI Soars in Aerospace Industry Airliners on autopilot are nothing new, but Airbus is tackling pilot stress with chatbots in the cockpit. Through the use of new technologies, Airbus is transforming the cockpit and upending traditional aviation. These integrated technologies enable flights to be more efficient, autonomous, and sustainable.
The Vision of Aerospace in 2050: The Way to What’s Next Even though the aerospace industry hit a rough patch during the pandemic, companies are staying focused on the long game. An in-depth study from the Aerospace Industries Association predicts a future world with widespread urban air mobility, supersonic travel, and space becoming increasingly accessible, all underpinned by artificial intelligence and connected IoT.
Use of 3D Printing Soars With its roots in aerospace, additive manufacturing is now in the spotlight as 3D-printed components may save the day in the COVID-19 pandemic. Companies using the technology are seeing easier customization, faster time to market, and substantial cost savings in material sourcing.