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The ASTM International Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence brings together industry, government, and academia to optimize and streamline the AM R&D and standards development processes. By tightly coupling these processes, standards get into the hands of those who need them faster, drastically reducing AM time to market and increasing widespread adoption.

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BUILDING A MORE SUSTAINABLE WORLD WILL NEED MORE WOMEN ENGINEERS

The World Economic Forum | March 04, 2020

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When engineering is critical to achieving our global sustainable development goals by 2030, and when our ultimate goal is equality, engineering itself must become as diverse as possible – something to bear in mind as UNESCO celebrates its first world engineering day on 4 March. Attracting and supporting more women in engineering benefits everyone by increasing the potential to develop inclusive, innovative solutions for the complex problems the world is facing. For example, it was a woman ...

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BAKER-STANLEY-CARDNO JOINT VENTURE HAS BEEN AWARDED SEAT ON THE AIR FORCE CIVIL ENGINEER CENTER'S AE NEXT CONTRACT

Michael Baker International | May 10, 2021

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The Baker-Stanley-Cardno Joint Venture (JV), founded by Michael Baker International, Stanley Consultants, and Cardno, announced today that it will support worldwide the United States Air Force and the United States Space Force facility and infrastructure requirements under the "AE Next – Pool 4" Indefinite-Delivery, Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract awarded by the Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC). The AE Next IDIQ, worth $2 billion, will last for up to ten years. The Bak...

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Datanami | April 02, 2020

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Artificial intelligence is becoming more ubiquitous and necessary these days. From preventing fraud, real-time anomaly detection to predicting customer churn, enterprise customers are finding new applications of machine learning every day. What lies under the hood of ML, how does this technology make predictions and which secret ingredient makes the AI magic work? In the data science community, the focus is typically on algorithm selection and model training, and indeed those are important, but ...

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AUTONOMOUS DRONES MAKE SOLAR PROJECTS MORE PRODUCTIVE, COST-EFFECTIVE AND SECURE

Percepto | January 30, 2020

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Renewable energy is the key to a cleaner, brighter energy future. And solar is one of the most promising global sources of renewable energy. It’s cheaper and arguably cleaner than nuclear, coal, or combined cycle gas turbines – and that’s why we’re seeing an increasing number of utility-scale solar projects popping up across the globe. Yet, large-scale operations in the harsh environments most suitable to solar electricity production are challenging. Remote, geographicall...

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BUILDING A MORE SUSTAINABLE WORLD WILL NEED MORE WOMEN ENGINEERS

The World Economic Forum | March 04, 2020

When engineering is critical to achieving our global sustainable development goals by 2030, and when our ultimate goal is equality, engineering itself must become as diverse as possible – something to bear in mind as UNESCO celebrates its first world engineering day on 4 March. Attracting and supporting more women in engineering benefits everyone by increasing the potential to develop inclusive, innovative solutions for the complex problems the world is facing. For example, it was a woman ...

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BAKER-STANLEY-CARDNO JOINT VENTURE HAS BEEN AWARDED SEAT ON THE AIR FORCE CIVIL ENGINEER CENTER'S AE NEXT CONTRACT

Michael Baker International | May 10, 2021

The Baker-Stanley-Cardno Joint Venture (JV), founded by Michael Baker International, Stanley Consultants, and Cardno, announced today that it will support worldwide the United States Air Force and the United States Space Force facility and infrastructure requirements under the "AE Next – Pool 4" Indefinite-Delivery, Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract awarded by the Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC). The AE Next IDIQ, worth $2 billion, will last for up to ten years. The Bak...

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WHAT IS FEATURE ENGINEERING AND WHY DOES IT NEED TO BE AUTOMATED?

Datanami | April 02, 2020

Artificial intelligence is becoming more ubiquitous and necessary these days. From preventing fraud, real-time anomaly detection to predicting customer churn, enterprise customers are finding new applications of machine learning every day. What lies under the hood of ML, how does this technology make predictions and which secret ingredient makes the AI magic work? In the data science community, the focus is typically on algorithm selection and model training, and indeed those are important, but ...

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AUTONOMOUS DRONES MAKE SOLAR PROJECTS MORE PRODUCTIVE, COST-EFFECTIVE AND SECURE

Percepto | January 30, 2020

Renewable energy is the key to a cleaner, brighter energy future. And solar is one of the most promising global sources of renewable energy. It’s cheaper and arguably cleaner than nuclear, coal, or combined cycle gas turbines – and that’s why we’re seeing an increasing number of utility-scale solar projects popping up across the globe. Yet, large-scale operations in the harsh environments most suitable to solar electricity production are challenging. Remote, geographicall...

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