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Research Centre for Smart, Collaborative Industrial Robotics
September 27, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm| Free
As part of the ‘Making Manufacturing Smarter Webinar Series’, In this webinar we will present details about the Research Centre for Smart, Collaborative Industrial Robotics and the latest activities that are currently underway. In addition, we will highlight the range of opportunities within the Centre for industrial engagement.
Made Smarter Innovation’s Smart Robotics Centre, is a collaboration between 6 leading UK universities: Loughborough, Cranfield, Strathclyde, Dundee, Warwick and Bristol with Loughborough University as the lead. The academic partners involved have significant complementary experience and are enhanced by experienced researchers and doctoral researchers. There is a strong relationship between academic and industrial partners.
The aim of the Centre is to advance Smart Manufacturing by eliminating barriers and accelerating widespread use of smart, collaborative robotics technology to unlock the full potential of the UK industry in productivity, quality and adaptability.
This event is part of the Making Manufacturing Smarter Webinar Series.
Made Smarter has an integrated approach across leadership, skills, innovation, and adoption. The Innovation Challenge focuses mostly on research and innovation across multiple sectors and how digital technologies such as AI, Robotics & Automation, Additive Manufacturing, AR/VR, IIoT, and Digital Twins can make the manufacturing supply chain processes more efficient and productive, whilst creating company growth.
The Made Smarter Research Centres and Innovation Hubs represent a key component in the UK’s approach to commercialise the emerging technologies and creating that national level growth element through creating early-stage, transformative innovative ideas, that cover both the technological and societal aspects. The centres and hubs target a specific area to drive that growth and collate engagement across the entire innovation landscape.
The webinars are a platform to come learn, ask questions, network, and form connections with people across industry, academia, and government.