Mon, Feb 07, 2011
Will Discuss Challenges Facing OEMs And Other Suppliers
The senior-most executives from aerospace and defense
manufacturing are gathering this spring at AeroDef 2011
Manufacturing Exposition and Conference to address the challenges
facing the major OEMs and their supply chains, under pressure to
improve program performance due to continual budget pressure and
The conference will bring together the best minds in the
industry to discuss how the Department of Defense, NASA, the large
OEMs and their suppliers can best collaborate, integrate more
processes and encourage innovation along the entire supply chain.
More than 70 technology sessions are scheduled. The exposition hall
will offer the opportunity to see everything from components to
advanced engineering systems.
Organized by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), the
three-day event, scheduled for April 5-7, at the Anaheim Convention
Center in Anaheim, CA, is being structured by a committee of top
executives from Boeing, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin,
Raytheon, General Dynamics, Bell Helicopter and the National Center
for Defense Manufacturing and Machining.
Attendees will hear from:
- The top executives overseeing aerospace and defense
manufacturing technologies at the major OEMs, the DoD and
- Panelists addressing the challenges and opportunities of
bringing innovation to all areas in the supply chain.
Exhibitors will be arranged by technology zones, making
comparisons of products, systems and services easier.
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