How technology companies, manufacturers and academics can work together as part of Industry 4.0 / LCR 4.0
Venue: Typhoo Tea Ltd, Pasture Road, Moreton, Wirral, Merseyside CH46 8XF
You may have heard a lot about the fourth industrial revolution but do you know about the nine advancements in modern technology that form the foundation of Industry 4.0?
LCR 4.0 is an ERDF-funded project bringing together world-class practical support to transform Liverpool City Region businesses in the manufacturing space through digital revolution.
LCR 4.0 helps SMEs to increase productivity and de-risk innovation.
Working with Liverpool John Moores University, BusinessCloud will be bringing together tech companies, manufacturers and academics to see how they can work together as part of Industry 4.0 / LCR 4.0.
LCR 4.0 is a joint initiative between The Virtual Engineering Centre (University of Liverpool), Liverpool John Moores, Hartree, Sensor City and Liverpool City Region LEP, part funded by ERDF
- Tom Dawes, CEO, Valuechain
- Richard Gregory, director, Tech North
- Andy Kent, chief executive, Angel Solutions
- Anthony Walker, strategic alliances manager for 4.0, LJMU
- Simon Reid, sector manager, advanced manufacturing, Liverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership
- Steve Barratt, head of factory, Typhoo Tea
- Keith Hanshaw, managing director, Leather Satchel Company
- Graham Cox, industry solutions lead – industrial sector, IBM
- Dean Ward, technical director, Evoke
- Graham Bond, RSM’s head of manufacturing in the North West
- Gavin Sherratt, managing director, Mashbo
- Jason Barker, managing director, CNC Robotics
- Annie O’Toole, senior project manager and growth hacker, SwapBots and Draw & Code