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Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPERIENCE Attracts More Aviation Startups & OEMs

November 6th, 2019 | by Nicolas Zart

A series of startups and established aviation giants are joining the Dassault Systèmes’ (DS) 3DEXPERIENCE platform family to support their digital engineering initiatives. Adding to the Airbus, Boeing, Bell, Lockheed Martin, and BOOM Supersonic family, electric air mobility pioneer Eviation Aircraft is also coming on board. A few more aviation startups are also using the Dassault platform, such as Joby Aviation and Solar Impulse. Stay tuned, as we will soon reveal even more startups who will use Dassault Systèmes’


It’s All In The Chemistry For Lockheed Martin Energy

February 26th, 2019 | by Jacek Fior

When covering Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week for CleanTechnica a month ago, I got invited to interview Caleb Waugh of Lockheed Martin Energy, who is Head of Business Analytics for Energy Storage there. Yes, Lockheed Martin. Knowing how many everyday innovations originated from the military sector, from GPS to microwaves, I was curious to see what is in hiding for the energy storage industry


For Elon Musk, Dreams > Risk. Should We All Dream & Risk More?

February 9th, 2018 | by Matt Pressman

Much has been written about Elon Musk's use of the scientific method and first principles thinking. Oftentimes, Musk is pigeon-holed as a hyper-logical, robotic decision maker. Not true. It's a misperception that doesn't align with Musk's real-world experience at his companies, SpaceX and Tesla. In contrast, Elon Musk displays a boldly wild imagination and high tolerance for risk


Lockheed Martin’s Autonomous Mobility Applique System Logged Over 55,000 Testing Miles During Recent US Army Extended Warfighter Experiment

November 30th, 2017 | by James Ayre

The Autonomous Mobility Applique System system developed by Lockheed Martin — an applique kit composed of sensors, controls, and actuators that can be installed on essentially any military tactical wheeled vehicle, thus providing a variety of semi autonomous driving features to users — logged over 55,000 real-world testing miles during the recent US Army Extended Warfighter Experiment that took place in Texas and Missouri



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