Posts tagged as Lockheed Martin

Using VR and and 3D printing to reduce work injuries

Four Lockheed Martin teams have advanced as finalists in the 22nd Applied Ergonomics Conference Ergo Cup Competition, which showcased innovation aimed at reducing risk of injury in the workplace. The company’s teams include virtual reality to enhance ergonomics integration, THAAD missile canister shock isolator compression tool, weightless high torque motor application for F-35 vertical tails […]

Second GPS III satellite readies for launch

The US Air Force’s second new GPS III satellite, bringing higher-power, more accurate and harder-to-jam signals to the GPS constellation, is ready for its July 2019 launch. The US Air Force nicknamed the GPS III SV02 “Magellan” after Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan. It is the most powerful and resilient GPS satellite ever put on orbit. […]

Mars – here we come again!

  If there is anyone on Mars they must be wondering about the strange object flying around their planet. In science-fiction stories we have given a particular identity to the people that supposedly live on Martian soil. The object troubling our fictional Martians is NASA’s Mars atmosphere and volatile evolution (MAVEN) spacecraft which entered Mars’ […]