Additive Metals Manufacturing For Aerospace & Defense Sector
We are looking to do paid phone consultations with experts that can share insights on the global “additive metals manufacturing outsourcing market for aerospace & defense sector”.
We are particularly interested in experts who can share their insights on the following pointers:
i. Overall market size of additive metals manufacturing for the aerospace and defense sector and understanding the share of outsourced additive metals manufacturing
ii. Strategies adopted by a&d companies for using metal additive manufacturing for in-house part production vs outsourcing.
Iii. Future outlook of additive metals manufacturing demand (through to 2030) in the aerospace & defense sector
iv. Understanding the volume share growth of additive metals manufacturing being outsourced in near future
v. Strategies adopted to collaborate with technical groups/universities
vi. Key challenges/barriers that inhibit the outsourcing of additive metals manufacturing as of today
preferably looking for experts having experience of 15+ years in heading technological, sourcing, or materials management division of leading aerospace & defense companies.
The list of aerospace and defense companies that we are interested in is as follows:
1. Leonardo s.P.A.
2. L3harris technologies, inc.
3. Lockheed martin
4. Bae systems plc
6. Northrop grumman corporation
7. Lockheed martin corporation
8. Dassault aviation sa
9. Raytheon technologies corporation
10. Safran sa
11. Aerojet rocketdyne
12. Blue origin
13. Rockwell collins
15. Thales s.A.+8 Other Responses
Aerospace & Defense
Photonics related business development
experience in technology assessment and development
project management+13 Other Responses
Need a number of seasoned wsj, nyt, wapo, jane's, reporters who are experts on the defense industry and defense contractors. Also wall street investment experts in the same specialty. Needed to be in a panel of experts for a major client of ours.+12 Other Responses
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the u.S. Missile defense system managed by boeing co on sunday hit a simulated enemy missile over the pacific in the first successful intercept test of the program since 2008, the u.S. Defense department said. The successful intercept will help validate the troubled boeing-run ground-based midcourse defense (gmd) system which provides the sole u.S. Defense against long-range ballistic missiles, and the raytheon co kill vehicle that separates from the rocket and hits an incoming warhead.
This is a very important step in our continuing efforts to improve and increase the reliability of our homeland ballistic missile defense system, said missile defense agency (mda) director vice admiral james syring. He said the agency would continue its ongoing drive to ensure that the ground-based interceptors and overall homeland defense system were effective and dependable.
Reuters reported on friday that the pentagon is restructuring its $3.48 billion contract with boeing for management of the missile defense system to put more emphasis on maintenance and reliability. Sunday's high-stakes test came after the system had failed to hit a dummy missile in five of eight previous tests since the bush administration rushed to deploy the system in 2004 to counter growing threats by north korea.
What are your thoughts about the missile test?
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I need a data scientist to analyze such a large database. I have about 10 million line items with over 20 data points per line. So i am actually looking to see if there are patterns and trends.
4 terrabyte database of department of defense parts, supplier, sales, requisition, stock levels, technical data, forecast, platforms that i would like to analyze in greater detail. And offer a greater insight to my subcsribers.+8 Other Responses
We are a private equity partnership based in nj, looking for a consultant / possibly a partner with the development of a new project using aeronautic engineering skills, to be applied to a device/s that is intended to not fly (utilizing principals of downforce). Based on some initial interviews and projections we do not see the engineering aspect of this job to be more than a three month consult, but are funded for longer if necessary. Any applicant will need to sign an nda prior to starting, all work and design will be work for hire, with our firm maintaining full ownership of any design unless otherwise agreed to prior to begining work.
We're looking forward to working with some enthusiastic and talented individuals.
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As a part of our ongoing project re aerospace & defense companies benchmarking we’d like to conduct an analysis of organizational & operational structures of the key rocket propulsion manufacturers. We would like to talk to international experts with relevant expertise in this industry.
Below is the list of high-level questions that we are going to ask.
In terms of expertise the relevant candidates proposed to have knowledge in the following areas:
organizational model of propulsion engines manufacturers:
o what functions are centralized in the holding?
O how do they manage r&d centers and production plants
o what bus are profit-centers?
operational model of propulsion engines manufacturers:
o key processes that they do in-house / outsource
o do they have any centers of expertise (are they shared between several departments), etc.
Below is the list of companies we have in focus, ideally the expert should have a working experience with these: aerojet rocketdyne, orbital atk, spacex, snecma, herakles, reaction engines ltd+3 Other Responses