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Every week, we cover the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week:
BAE Systems delivered the first production representative test vehicle (PRTV) of the new Amphibious Combat Vehicle 30mm Cannon (ACV-30) variant to the U.S. Marine Corps for testing.
Boeing’s reputation has taken a beating lately after high profile maintenance and equipment failures. Now Sir Tim Clark, president of Emirates Airline, has warned that Boeing doesn’t have much runway left.
Researchers from Duke University have demonstrated a system they’ve dubbed "MadRadar" – in an attempt to understand how automotive radar sensors can be fooled into believing almost anything is possible.
Snap's Pixy drone was supposed to be a unique option for self-flying aerial photography. But now the device has become another casualty of battery issues.
A three-alarm fire on December 19th brought up to a hundred Detroit firefighters to the 11.6 million square foot compound dubbed "Factory Zero."
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