What does the fourth industrial revolution have to do with the construction sector? Industry 4.0 technologies such as sensors, virtual reality and simulation are transforming modern manufacturing. But they are also enabling the construction sector to achieve greater productivity and embrace new ways of working.   Insider has...

Date: 17.04.18 Sector: Sport and fitness Primary partner: Sensor City 9 pillars: Additive Manufacturing and Systems Integration Background SportScientia is a top 50 global sports innovation company. They create advancing technology to provide a better understanding of what player loads are happening during training and every day match play, in...

The student talent solution to new industrial challenges           Liverpool John Moores University recently welcomed over 40 businesses to the ‘Solving Industrial challenges’ event this month. Local businesses across Merseyside and students who were looking to enhance their learning experience by engaging with industry solving...

Date: 02/01/2018 9 Pillars: Additive Manufacturing Sector: Health and Digital Primary partner: Sensor City   Background Chanua Health designs and manages projects that support individual wellbeing. Two of these projects are ‘Neuro Champions’ and ‘Hacking Health’. ‘Neuro Champions’ is an educational programme which provides young people with the knowledge and skills...

The UK’s leading manufacturing industry publication, The Manufacturer, brought its dynamic series of events to the Liverpool City Region for the first time in November 2017, leaving its Birmingham roots for the North West. Thousands of visitors converged on the city region for Digital Manufacturing Week...

e-Mailers was established in 2014 to specifically develop a novel, environmentally friendly packaging solution. Due to the growth in internet sales demand for ‘parcels’ or ‘packets’, there is a need to develop a sustainable alternative to combat plastic bubble envelopes from going to landfill. The...