Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing adds industrial member
- July 8, 2014
Spatial Integrated Systems Inc. has become the newest member of the Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CCAM), a Prince George-based collaborative research organization.
Based in Virginia Beach, Spatial Integrated Systems provides digital imaging hardware, software and modeling systems to the Department of Defense and commercial customers. Its applications include command centers and facial recognition equipment.
In joining CCAM as its 19th industrial member , Spatial Integrated Systems will provide it with digital 3-D equipment and software including the 3D Imaging System used by commercial and military equipment manufacturers.
“As an innovator of 3D imaging and visualization, Spatial Integrated Systems serves the defense industry and commercial manufacturers with a unique set of process-based solutions,” Joseph Moody, CCAM’s president and executive director, said in a statement,. “CCAM member companies and academic and government partners will benefit from these game-changing technologies.”
CCAM member companies and its academic and government partners collaborate on research on innovative manufacturing practices for aerospace, defense, transportation, consumer electronics and other industries.
Other CCAM industry and government members include Canon Virginia Inc., Chromalloy, Newport News Shipbuilding, Rolls-Royce, Sandvik Coromant, Siemens, Sulzer Metco, Aerojet Rocketdyne, Blaser Swisslube, Hermle Machine Co., Mitutoyo, Paradigm Precision, Buehler, Cool Clean Technologies, GF AgieCharmilles, Mechdyne, National Instruments and NASA Langley Research Center.
Its academic partners are the University of Virginia, Virginia State University, Virginia Tech and Old Dominion University.