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MIT 2012 Leaders Board

The Future of Manufacturing in the U.S.

May 8, 2012

Is it Time to Rethink your Manufacturing Strategy?

Supply Chain Flexibility

May 16, 2011 at Eugene Auditorium
Nike Campus

Op Rules: Delivering Customer Value Through Flexible Operations, Part One

Operations Rules: Delivering Customer Value Through Flexible Operations, Part One

 

Ops Rules: Delivering Customer Value Through Flexible Operations Pt 2

Operations Rules: Delivering Customer Value Through Flexible Operations, Part Two

Ops Rules: Delivering Customer Value Through Flexible Operations Q&A

Operations Rules: Delivering Customer Value Through Flexible Operations, Q&A

 

Sustainability Gala

June 2, 2010
Video can be viewed here.

 

2009 MIT Global Operations Conference

Creating Value in a Volatile World

Project Highlight

Supply Chain to the Moon, Mars and Beyond

Interplanetary Logistics: Enabling New Frontiers

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MIT Space Logistics Project

Sustainable space exploration will require appropriate interplanetary supply-chain management. Unlike Apollo, where everything was carried along, future exploration will have to rely on a complex supply-chain network on the ground and in space. The primary goal of the Interplanetary Supply Chain Management and Logistics Architectures (IPSCM&LA) project is to develop a comprehensive SCM framework and planning tool for space logistics.

The overall objective of this project is to develop an integrated capability for guiding the development of the interplanetary supply chain that will be required to enable sustainable space exploration of the Earth-Moon-Mars system and beyond. more >>

 

Engineers create SpaceNet--the supply chain

Network of nodes could ensure delivery to moon
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Apollo 11 scenario visualization using SpaceNet

 

MIT engineers say: Flu vaccine shortages can be avoided

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