Connected Everything Research Challenges report released

The Connected Everything Research Challenges report is now available. The report is intended to support all those working in research and innovation in digital manufacturing and future industrial systems in their analysis and strategies for future work. Four key research challenges are identified: One hour from design to delivery Right data, right format, right time Feeling the pulse … Continue reading Connected Everything Research Challenges report released

Connected Everything: Thematic area reports published

At its outset, Connected Everything identified six key thematic areas of relevance to Industrial Systems in the Digital Age.  The reports are now available on the Thematic areas web page.   The six key themes are: Industrial Internet of Things Cyber-Physical Production Systems Data Analytics and Decision Making Service Design and Customisation Design for Future Manufacturing The Future Industrial … Continue reading Connected Everything: Thematic area reports published

Event: The Future Industrial Worker

Event: The Future Industrial Worker workshop Date: Thursday 23 November 2017 Location: The University of Nottingham Cost: Free Future Industrial Worker workshop flyer Increased automation, increased use of analytics and sensor data to inform decisions about design and manufacture, and a reduction of reliance on ‘craft-based’ skills will define future manufacturing work spaces. Future technologies will need … Continue reading Event: The Future Industrial Worker