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The Fourth Industrial Revolution has extensive dependency on additive manufacturing. BiologIC is pioneering the “second wave of additive” to enable powerful new design paradigms.
A cyber-physical system is an integration of systems with varying natures whose main purpose is to control a physical process and, through feedback, adapt itself to new conditions in real time. They’re created at the intersection of physical processes, networking, and computation. The term ‘physical’ refers to the object as it is perceived by human senses, while the term ‘cyber’ refers to the virtual representation of the world in which the physical object belongs, such as DNA sequence data.
The implementation of cyber-physical approaches in autonomous systems and in the ability to write both software and hardware.
Industry 4.0 means that more devices are enriched with embedded computing. This process allows devices to communicate and interact both with one another and with more centralized controllers. It also decentralizes analytics and decision making, thus enabling responses in real time.
Simulations using digital twins are a cornerstone of the industrial revolution 4.0. These models allow designers and users to test and optimize settings in numerous variations, thereby increasing quality and efficiency.
High-throughput. Multiplexed. Anywhere.
Cell and Gene Therapy
Distributed. Economic. Formulated.
Rapid. Distributed. Economic.
Intensified. Economic. End-2-End.
Cultured meat. Biomaterials. 3D Assembly.