Learn how HRL Laboratories were first to market in commercializing a 3D printable high strength Aluminum alloy by using artificial intelligence.
Learn how machine learning accelerated materials development for Panasonic. Citrine’s AI platform enabled Panasonic to save time, grow their IP and improve material performance.
The Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies (ADAPT) and its partners used the Citrine Platform to create a new, additively manufactured door hinge for MRAP light tactical vehicles in a research and development project funded by TARDEC. This resulted in a faster development process and a simpler, lighter, and stronger part.
Ongoing, rapid innovations in fields ranging from microelectronics, aerospace, and automotive to defense, energy, and health demand new advanced materials at even greater rates and lower costs. Traditional materials R&D methods offer few paths to achieve both outcomes simultaneously. Materials informatics, while a nascent field, offers such a promise through screening, growing databases of materials […]