ancroosvs abotrdioersn JuLy 2015 17 uses robotics to form metal sheet into shaped parts without dies—potentially a boon to the aerospace support businesses, of which Boeing is a major global player. Today, the work in this area being performed by the company’s research center in India, in collaboration with India: BR&T’s work here includes engineering analysis; software; materials and processes. China: Here BR&T’s specialties include biofuels; materials; air traffic management; e-enabled aviation technology. Australia: BR&T’s specialties here include composite materials development and processing; unmanned aircraft systems; aircraft maintenance, training support systems; robotics; network solutions. Russia: Here BR&T’s work includes materials and process technology; aeronautics; testing. Illustration: Boeing Research & Technology, or BR&T, has 11 centers around the world that work together on innovative solutions to technological challenges. They also partner with government, private and university research partners.
Frontiers July 2015 Issue
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