IEEE GlobalSpec to Help Members of Department of Defense-backed ARM to Collaborate and Increase Speed-to-MarketALBANY, N.Y., April 25, 2018 — (PRNewswire) — IEEE GlobalSpec, the leading provider of digital media solutions designed to connect industrial marketers with their target audience of engineering and technical professionals, announced today a new partnership with the Advanced Robotics Manufacturing (ARM) Institute and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI). IEEE GlobalSpec is now part of the team, whose focus is advancing the deployment of robotics for collaborative, flexible, and innovative manufacturing.
In January 2017, RPI became a founding member of the ARM Institute, which is also funded by the Department of Defense. The program, which is led by Carnegie Mellon University, seeks to stimulate robotics technology development in manufacturing environments. The coalition is comprised of more than 220 partners, including industry, universities, community colleges, nonprofit organizations, and state and local governments from across the country and integrates a nationwide network of regional expertise in robotics design and manufacturing.
"Programs such as the ARM Institute are driving technology forward in the United States and around the world," said Patrick D. Mahoney, CEO and President of IEEE GlobalSpec. "We're proud to be a part of this groundbreaking initiative, and know that our technology will help its members move at a fast pace to create innovative technologies."
IEEE GlobalSpec's role is to provide technology-specific taxonomy development, process development, and industrial component specification normalization to aid in the creation of a technical research repository system. The system will enable researchers to capture pertinent research documents, manufacturer component specifications, and vendor information. Capturing this information in a straightforward, structured, and shareable way will lead to better collaboration among members of the ARM Institute and will increase speed-to-market for applicable solutions.
"IEEE GlobalSpec has the technology and expertise we need to bring this program to its full potential," said John Wen, Head, Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE), RPI, and co-lead of the RPI and New York State participation in the ARM Institute. "I have no doubt that by giving our members fast and easy access to the information they need, in exactly the way that they need it, will help drive innovation in this industry faster than ever before."
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