Can jet engine parts really be made from powder? General Electric certainly thinks so.
GE has been a leader of additive manufacturing in aerospace. How will they keep innovating while facing pressure from investors?
General Electric has partnered with Nozomi Networks, a company well known for its cybersecurity and artificial intelligence capabilities, to protect the energy and industrial sector.
In May 2018, the computer-aided design (CAD) software maker Autodesk announced the alliance with General Motors (GM) to explore the use of generative design and additive manufacturing (AM) in developing future vehicles . Dubbed Project Dreamcatcher, Autodesk’s generative design algorithm […]
GE unleashes the power of Additive Manufacturing
Predix is GE's attempt to harvest data from the industrial 'internet of things' and employ machine learning algorithms to optimize industrial systems.
General Electric is utilizing additive manufacturing to reshape its products. What does the future hold for the company and its additive division?
Additive Manufacturing – the Future of General Electric’s Competitive Differentiation in the Aerospace Supply Chain
General Electric is using 3D printing to lead cutting-edge innovation in the healthcare space and will ultimately bring better, customized medical technologies to market faster and more cost-effectively.
As the US becomes increasingly isolationist, manufacturing companies like GE are forced to determine where to locate their factories and to reckon with the STEM skills gap in the US.