We are holding an event on 28 November 2019 to launch our first funding call for feasibility studies, which is part of a number of activities Connected Everything II will be organising over the coming three years. Places are limited so please register early. Event details : https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/connected-everything-ii-launch-of-feasibility-studies-call-tickets-78967621281
The project team behind the Circular 4.0: Using digital intelligence in automotive parts remanufacture to enable a circular economy Connected Everything Feasibility Study has just had the following paper published: Sustainability 2019, 11(12), 3379; https://doi.org/10.3390/su11123379Simulation to Enable a Data-Driven Circular Economy This paper presents an investigation on how simulation informed by the latest advances in … Continue reading Simulation to Enable a Data-Driven Circular Economy
Congratulations to Dr Mohamed Gomaa et al for the publication of their journal paper investigating the thermal properties of 3D printed cob. This paper has resulted from the feasibility study funded by Connected Everything and led by Dr Wassim Jabi (Cardiff University).
Following his feasibility study funding, Phillip Stanley-Marbell (Cambridge) has created a new sensing system for a Selective Laser Sintering machine. This #Github link gives a really nice overview of the work: https://github.com/physical-computation/Sesame