We are delighted when our feasibility studies gain the interest of fellow academics in The Conversation. Dr Stefania Soldini wrote for The Conversation, explaining how giant solar power stations floating in space could beam down enormous amounts of energy to Earth. You can read the article, published on 19 November 2020, and a this a … Continue reading Connected Everything feasibility study showcased by The Conversation
The DigiTOP team present their Digital Manufacturing Webinar Series; shedding light on digital technologies, human factors and productivity – these webinars will guide you through topics such as ‘human-robot collaboration’ to ‘the creative and structured elements of rich pictures’. The webinars will be delivered by academics & researchers from Nottingham, Loughborough and Cranfield universities. How … Continue reading Digital Manufacturing Webinar Series
The preliminary programme for the 9th International Through-life Engineering Services Conference on the 3rd and 4th of November 2020 is now available The registration is still open and we would welcome your participation. We will have five keynotes from: Andy Neely, University of CambridgeDaniel Brissaud, Grenoble INPMalcolm Lee, Babcock International GroupMartin Gastal, CERNSam Turner, High … Continue reading 9th International Through-life Engineering Services Conference – 3 & 4 November 2020
Ahead of Connected Everything presenting at Digital Manufacturing Week from 9 - 13 November, we were delighted to share our recent work including our some of our recently funded feasibility studies in this article in The Manufacturer.