Our September 2020 Project Highlight focuses on the ARM Funded Technology Project “Passive Object Tracking”, which has demonstrated a significant return on investment upon deployment.
The ARM Institute in partnership with the Department of Defense has funded nine new robotics projects focused on COVID-19 mitigation and recovery.
Earlier this year, the Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM) Institute hosted and participated in the Joint Summit: Robotics in Sustainment II (JROBOT) event, during which, government experts selected robotics projects for funding.
The ARM-funded FISH Technology Project addresses technical and workforce issues in the U.S. fishing industry with a solution that can be applied to other industries, including defense applications.
The ARM funded AmSkills Apprenticeship Initiative has resulted in 12 workers being placed with leading manufacturers with a second workshop and bootcamp planned.
The ARM Institute plans to provide up to $2M for the initial launch of a public website focused on robotics careers in advanced manufacturing
The ARM Institute has received funding from the Department of Commerce NIST for a project set to increase COVID-19 testing capabilities.
This month’s project feature highlights the Industry 4.0 Academy project, which helps military service members transition from service to high-value manufacturing careers through training and connections to hiring industry partners.
Important updates regarding the ARM response to COVID-19 and adjustments to our 20-01 Technology Project Call to better accommodate our members’ changing work environments
The AmSkills Apprenticeship Recruitment Initiative, an ARM funded education and workforce development project, has seen early success with its program with 11 of the previously unemployed participants accepting job offers.