Please see these pages for more details about Connected Everything’s most recent funding call for feasibility studies. Please note that we this call is now closed.
Details of the studies awarded in the third round of Connected Everything II are:
University of Lancaster – Developing the future of adaptive materials based on HD-reprogammable matter
University of Liverpool – Solar Skin: Additive manufacturing of customised, fully integrated, photovoltaic products
University of Plymouth – Participatory Housing Manufacturing
University of Wales, Trinity St David – A Flexible & Low-Cost AR/AI Solution for Critical to Quality Feature & Defect Identification for SMEs
Details of the studies awarded in the second round of Connected Everything II are:
Nottingham Trent University – Studying mental stress factors in occupational safety in the context of smart factory and COVID-19 (final project summary)
Details of the studies awarded in the first round of Connected Everything II are below:
University of Cambridge – AgentChat: Feasibility Of Large-scale Multi-agent Based Coordination For Freight Co-loading (final project summary)
Connected Everything I managed two funding calls for feasibility studies and supported 11 projects.
Round 1 feasibility studies:
Round 2 feasibility studies: