JOIN OUR INAUGURAL SDAM RESEARCH PROJECT TO DEFINE THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF A SECURE DISTRIBUTED AM ECOSYSTEM.

OBJECTIVE: TO AGGREGATE AND EVALUATE THE REQUIREMENTS OF ALL RELEVANT MARKET PARTIES FROM THE CREATION OF DIGITAL 3D PRINTING DATA TO 3D PRINTERS IN END-TO-END SECURITY CHAINS

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DELIVERABLES (for each participant)

• Research Interview (individual contribution to the Online Research Sessions)
• Participation in Online Research Sessions
• Participation in Online Summary Research Sessions
• Participation in Online Consultation Sessions with Users
• Podcast per Market Segment
• Research Report

Since the start this September, we have already held 140+ Research interviews with suppliers, technology universities and research organisations.

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For more information about the SDAM Research Project please contact:

Roelof Kramer | Roelof.Kramer[at]SDAMalliance[dot]com

Or download here the SDAM Research Project Overview

SESSION I.
Secure Data Transfer
Understand challenges and strategies for building a Digital Thread—a single, seamless strand of data that stretches from the initial design to the finished part—can help scale and enhance AM capabilities.

SESSION II.
Blockchain
How could blockchain be utilised in Distributed Manufacturing to support end-to-end Trust: in Ownership (IP & OEM rights), in Quality (Industry-Grade validation & certification) and in Transactions.

SESSION III.
Certification & Quality Assurance 
Additive production consists of multiple stages, which must be monitored, assessed and controlled. Qualification and certification standards open a feasible route to product certification.

SESSION IV.
Knowledge & Research
Subject matter experts are putting their knowledge and technology to work for enhancing the security of production chains as Distributed Manufacturing. It’s all about on-demand, local manufacturing.

SESSION V.
Software
The various software systems are building blocks to ensure the successful development of AM processes. The need for collaboration in the production chain is going to be crucial as AM deployment starts to accelerate.

SESSION VI.
3D Printers
Ultimately, most 3D printers are simply special purpose computers, and thus suffer the same potential security risks as any computer, especially when you add networking.

SESSION VII.
Materials
Digital, connected and distributed manufacturing has become a reality with 3D printing, allowing manufacturers to use more efficient and sustainable production methods. Focus should be on the application.

SESSION VIII.
Printer Locations
Secure Distributed AM starts with the secure transfer of data to 3D printers, in all possible locations and on-demand. This is achieved through a seamlessly integrated end-to-end digital solution including relevant manufacturing data.

SESSION IX.
Post Processing
The right digital infrastructure—one that can store, access, and analyse vast amounts of data and interoperate across multiple different machines and processes—is crucial. Machining services information should not be siloed, but integrated.

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DELIVERABLES (for each participant)

• Research Interview (individual contribution to the Online Research Sessions)
• Participation in Online Research Sessions
• Participation in Online Summary Research Sessions
• Participation in Online Consultation Sessions with Users
• Podcast per Market Segment
• Research Report

Since the start this September, we have already held 140+ Research interviews with suppliers, technology universities and research organisations.

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JOIN THESE COMPANIES & ORGANISATIONS

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For more information about the SDAM Research Project please contact:

Roelof Kramer | Roelof.Kramer[at]SDAMalliance[dot]com

Or download here the SDAM Research Project Overview