At Dynaspede, we believe the company has reached another significant point in its history: we are ready to take strides in innovation leadership in a much broader sense of the phrase than we ever did before. So far, our technological innovation has been limited to creating bespoke solutions for our prestigious clients. These innovative solutions have highly specific applications, since they are purpose-built engineering design solutions.
We are preparing to spread our wings and soar towards new horizons. From vertical farming and 3D printing to unmanned technologies and electric vehicles (EVs), Dynaspede is looking beyond the limits of the known towards domains that offer a great potential for experimentation and innovation.
Behind Unmanned Technologies
In the 21st century, technology is playing an even bigger role in transforming human capabilities. We are now living in a time when automation and unmanned systems are giving companies an edge over their competition by means of improved productivity, reduced errors, lowered costs, and scaling bottom lines.
However, unmanned technologies and automation are not the enemy, even though they may seem to be taking over jobs. As a team that deals with complex engineering problems in need of innovative solutions, at Dynaspede we can see the future of technology far more clearly than your average critic of automation.
One of the greatest technological leaps we have taken towards achieving sustainability is the advent of the electric vehicle (EV). These days, EVs come in many shapes and sizes – from buses and cars to scooters and hoverboards. With the increase in number of ethical minded consumers around the world, the automotive industry has seen a sharp incline in growth, with new brands entering the market every year.
With countless economic opportunities, what are some of the ways this technology can be great for the welfare of the people and the planet?
Endless Benefits Of EV Technology
In the mid-1900s, fictional stories and cinema gave us the vision of a future where we would have flying cars that would require no human driver and run on a sustainable source of energy. While the idea of highways for flying cars is still a dream, we already have cars that do not run on fossil fuels and possess a radically lower carbon emission factor.
Apart from this huge benefit of finding a way to transit without harming the environment, we are also reaping many other rewards of turning to EVs, including reduction in costs of maintaining a car.
In 30 years, global population will reach 10 billion.
The biggest question this number inspires is… how will we grow enough food for everybody?
This question is more important than most people think because we now know urbanisation and industrial growth have led to a significant decrease in arable land. Scientists found we have lost about a third of land that could grow food in just 40 years.
This is why experts fully support the idea of growing crops in vertically stacked layers. It will allow us to grow more crops using less ground.
Where Are We Headed?
Focus on Technological Future
for 3d Printing
3D printing is a globally recognised technology at this point. What most people do not know about 3D printing is the fact that it can be done using a wide range of metallic substances and even fewer know that metal 3D printing is largely cost-effective.
In the paragraphs that follow, we will talk a little bit about how metal 3D printing is done and why it is a perfectly reliable kind of 3D printing.
What Gives Metal 3d Printing A Bad Name?
The answer to that question is drenched in myths. Without knowing facts, most critics of metal 3D printing spread ill-formed opinions and myths just to give metal 3D printing a bad name. Most common among these myths and false criticisms include:
- It’s too expensive;
- There’s little diversity in the available technology;
- It makes sense only for small orders and number of units;
- Only high-end applications make metal 3D printing worth the effort and costs;
- It builds inferior parts than those built using conventional manufacturing;
- These printers can only print small parts;
- And much more.
Needless to say, all of these ideas are incorrect. For instance, many manufacturers are now selling their metal 3D printers around the $190K price mark, which is extremely affordable for commercial owners.
At Dynaspede, we utilise metal 3D printing in custom tooling and prototyping stages of our projects and have delivered 100% customer satisfaction, accuracy, and durability using metal 3D printing.
Post-Covid Aerospace Innovations
Like most industries, aviation and aerospace have been brutally affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Consequently, industry leaders decided it was time to innovate so they could continue to work and deliver safer solutions to their customers. For instance, to return to operations as fast as possible, airlines and airports invested heavily in innovative technological solutions to ensure they operate safely.
Primed For Innovation
Just as the aviation and aerospace industry radically innovated itself in the past when faced with global disasters and similar threats, it is ready to re-evaluate the way operations are done in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
According to a study conducted by McKinsey recently, over 190 out of 200 senior aviation and aerospace executives said they strongly believed the industry would seek innovative solutions that may fundamentally change the way operations are done in the business.