Senvol, New York City, USA, has received further funding from the US Navy and US Air Force towards the development of additional capabilities for Senvol ML, the company’s Additive Manufacturing machine learning software.
Funding from the Navy is provided by the Office of Naval Research (ONR), Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) and Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR); funding from the US Air Force will be provided by the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL).
Launched commercially in November 2019, Senvol ML can be used to analyse data from any AM processes, machines or materials. The software currently has the ability to rapidly optimise AM process parameters, support qualification of AM machines & materials, predict material properties, gain insights from in-situ monitoring for QC and minimise data generation costs.
“We are very excited about the continued support from several of our Department of Defense partners,” commented Annie Wang, president of Senvol. “Our collective objective is to enable organisations to quickly characterise or qualify Additive Manufacturing materials and processes. The new capabilities that we are developing are quite compelling and will augment the Senvol ML software’s existing suite of capabilities.”
Senvol ML is currently utilised in aerospace, defence, oil & gas, consumer products, medical and automotive industries, as well as AM machine manufacturers and material suppliers.