Forum 360: AI in Emerging Aerospace Manufacturing 7 January 2020 0930 - 1130

There is a lot of energy around developing and using tools offered by the concept of artificial intelligence. Especially prevalent in the aerospace industry is the desire to use machine learning in a number of roles. The experts on the panel will describe in depth how AI could be applied in emerging manufacturing applications, ranging from materials processing and inspection, cooperative robotic manufacturing and flexible factories, to remote manufacturing and assembly which may include recycling and mining. In all of these cases, the goal is to require very minimal human interaction and instruction, even to the point of describing what is desired rather than writing and instruction set about how to produce the desired part. During the panel session, concepts for applying AI in the varying phases of manufacturing will be introduced.
  • Justin_Kugler_Photo Justin Kugler
    Vice President, Advanced Programs and Concepts, Made in Space
  • Tia_Benson_Tolle_Photo Tia Benson Tolle
    Director, Materials and Fabrication, Boeing Commercial Airplanes
  • Wes_Smith_Photo Wesley Smith
    Digital Transformation Leader, Lockheed Martin Fellow, Lockheed Martin Corporation
  • Miranda_Jones_Photo Miranda Jones
    Manager, Business Analytics, Spirit AeroSystems
  • Andrew Kwas- Photo Andrew Kwas
    NG Fellow, Engineering Systems Architect, Northrop Grumman Corporation