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Pilotless Commercial Aircraft? Follow the Money

The flying public may not be so interested in it—yet—but pilotless commercial airplanes could be a boon to the aerospace industry and some financial analysts see a natural evolution in that direction coming. Renaissance Services helps companies mature and integrate

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Ford’s Road to Full Autonomy

If someone had told you 10 years ago — even five years ago — that a major American car company would announce the mass production of a vehicle with no steering wheel, you would have said they were crazy. Renaissance

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First Osprey Flight With Critical 3D Printed Part

It’s one small part for an aircraft engine, one giant leap for 3D printing. The Navy has announced a Marine MV-22 made the sea services’ first successful flight with a “flight critical” component built by additive manufacturing. Renaissance Services is at the forfront of

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US Presidential Helo Moves to Production Phase

The VH-92A Presidential Helicopter Replacement Program successfully passed a major Pentagon test, Lockheed Martin’s Sikorsky subsidiary announced today, with completion of a Critical Design Review (CDR). The milestone means the manufacturing and assembly of the helicopters can take place. Renaissance

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Pitfalls Seen In Aerospace & Defense Digitization

The aerospace and defense industry may be just now embracing digitization of business practices, but already warning signs are emerging, according to a new report from management consulting services company Accenture. Renaissance Services helps Aerospace & Defense companies become a modern

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Reimagining Military Re-supply With 3-D Printing

Military planners are beginning to imagine how additive manufacturing (AM) can enhance operations. The potential gains that AM—also known as 3-D printing—offers are transformative and require new ways of thinking from suppliers and end-users to achieve them. Renaissance Services is

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