The field of Affective Computing AC expects to narrow the communicative gap between the highly emotional human and the emotionally challenged computer by developing computational systems that recognize and respond to the affective states of the user. Affect-sensitive interfaces are being developed in number of domains, including gaming, mental health, and learning technologies.
We are focused on development, testing and deployment of cutting-edge technologies for our clients, who range from national security organizations to commercial and industrial firms, with a focus on sensor systems and unmanned aerial systems UAS technologies. Asymmetric Technologies is committed to assisting our customers with advanced technology development and implementation.
Asymmetric grew out of the combat and military support experience of its founder, Brian Borkowski, who saw an opportunity to create a company committed to guaranteeing the success of critical product innovations. With staff members positioned globally, our experienced, agile, and professional Operational Subject Matter Experts, engineers, and trainers understand strategic requirements and are focused on communicating those to operational users and our clients - wherever they are needed.
ATA is an employee-owned small business that provides high-value aerospace engineering AE and mechanical engineering ME services in the areas of product design, analysis, and test.
With more than three decades of experience working with our customers to solve the most challenging design, test, and analysis problems, we have gained a reputation for excellence in the engineering community.
Our work on a wide range of products in the aerospace and defense, military and commercial vehicle, and consumer-product industries has been recognized with a number of technical and service awards for excellence—most recently including the NASA George M.
ATI Advanced Technology International ATI builds and leads applied research collaborations comprised of government agencies, research universities and hundreds of innovative industry partners - ranging from Fortune companies to small and emerging businesses. ATI Flowform Products LLC Flow forming is an advanced, net shape, cold metal forming process employed for the manufacturing of dimensionally precise, rotationally symmetrical, hollow components.
Precise tubular components such as motor bodies and warheads for tactical rockets, having large length to diameter ratios, made with thin walls and requiring a high degree of dimensional accuracy are excellent flow formed parts.
Titaniums, nickel-based alloys, high strength carbon steels, high fragmentation steels, Maraging Steels, high strength aluminums, and Tantalum Tungsten alloys are routinely flow formed. Internal and external features for the interface of fuzing, imbedded sensors, explosives, and propulsion are also routinely accommodated.
Well known for its efficiency and economic benefits, flow forming has been widely accepted as the process of choice in the fabrication of difficult-to-manufacture, round and thin wall, military and aerospace components requiring superior metallurgical and dimensional controls. Flowforming is currently employed for the production of missile war heads, outer shells and nose cones, housings for flight and launch motors, casings for rocket motors, large caliber cartridge casings, thin wall mortar tubes, projectiles, bomb bodies; as well as tubulars for the nuclear, petrochemical and aerospace industries.
Flow formed parts are formed to net shape or near net shape, eliminating machining operations and expensive material losses. A cylindrical work piece is attached to a rotating mandrel; 3 rollers hydraulically compress against the outer diameter of the preform.
The desired geometry of the flow formed tube is achieved when the preform wall thickness is compressed above its yield strength and plasticized "made to flow" in the longitudinal direction onto the surface of the inner, rotating mandrel. As the preform material is thinned out and lengthened onto the mandrel, preforms are formed into seamless, thin wall, very round and concentric tubular-shaped products; with increased mechanical properties from the cold work, refined microstructure, oriented crystallographic texture and excellent surface finishes, all with repeatable accuracy.The following essay will examine the benefits and drawbacks of two wireless technologies that can be implemented in the Party Plates organization.
The first technology proposal calls for cellular-enabled iPads to be distributed to 10 important employees. This will be used to implement WLAN access controls. And you'll find an up-to-date list is essential when WLAN adapters are lost or stolen.
Third-party wireless policy management systems are. Include the following in your proposal: Your recommendation of at least two wireless technologies that would be beneficial to implement in the Party Plates organization The pros and cons for incorporating these two wireless technologies in your organization A justification for the decision, and the risks of using wireless technologies in your.
International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) is an open access online peer reviewed international journal that publishes research. I have been a cynical towards people who worry about smart meters for a couple years, even was an early adopter nearly 5 years ago.
The last year I have been experiencing a chronic sore throat that my doctors can’t explain, my kids are developing learning disabilities, among other strange health issues.
The number of venture capital firms interested in energy is growing rapidly. This is a list of firms that have invested in energy companies or are taking time to investigate the space.