Date: 07/06/2018 Technologies: Simulation Sector: Manufacturing Primary partner: Sensor City Background The way we live has changed dramatically over the last century, but the way we say goodbye hasn’t. With endless technology at our fingertips and the ability to make things greener and fairer for future generations, two local entrepreneurs...

Warehouse automation firm Conveyor Networks has secured five-figure funding to develop its virtual (VR) and augmented reality (AR) capabilities.   The Cheshire-based software business will use the £10k boost, shared with sister company imio Software Solutions, to accelerate its research and development programme with support from the...

Name: Ela Schraps Company and role: STFC The Hartree Centre – Project Manager What is your connection to LCR 4.0? I’m the project manager of the Hartree Centre for LCR4.0 How would your work colleagues describe you? I had to ask my colleagues to be as accurate as possible and...

Liverpool-based machining manufacturer CNC Robotics is helping manufacturers increase connectivity between digital and automated systems with its latest cloud-based software CNCR-Live.   CNC Robotics – the UK’s leading robotics integration company – worked with business support programme LCR 4.0 and partner Sensor City to design, collaborate and...

Do you have an idea that could change the world? Would £10,000 help take it to the next level?   Across Merseyside businesses, entrepreneurs and inventors are creating new and exciting innovations that could transform industry, improve our lives or allow us to achieve things which were once...

LCR Future Energy is a £3.7 million programme delivered by Inventya Solutions, Liverpool John Moores University and Gyron LLP. Support is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the public and the private sector. It has been developed with and for the sector. The...

Earlier this year, engineering, IT and gaming students at the City of Liverpool College embarked on a special project to help put them at the forefront of Industry 4.0 (4IR) technologies. The project, which is backed by Siemens and LCR 4.0 partner, the Liverpool City Region...