LCR 4.0 delivery partner, Sensor City, opened to the public last week as part of Liverpool’s much-loved arts and cultural festival, LightNight. Over 400 visitors came through its doors to discover what goes on behind the building’s gold façade. There was a wide range of technical exhibitions...

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...

Cyber Security has drawn a lot of attention in recent years but many businesses can start protecting themselves through simple principles and not necessarily detailed network architectures.   What is Cyber Security? Cyber security used to mean protecting against unauthorised use of data, but as we adopt more...

Date: 05/04/2018 9 Pillars: Additive Manufacturing and Augmented Reality Sector: Valve Manufacturing Primary partner: The Virtual Engineering Centre (The University of Liverpool) Background Heap & Partners design, manufacture and distribute a comprehensive range of industrial valves, instrumentation and associated equipment to the oil & gas, chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, power &...

Company and role: Marketing Manager for LCR 4.0 at Sensor City   What is your connection to LCR 4.0? Sensor City is one of the LCR 4.0 delivery partners. Along with my four colleagues, I am part of the dedicated LCR 4.0 team based at Sensor City.   How...

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...