The Financial Times has listed LCR 4.0 as one of its ‘Top 100 European digital champions. The business support programme – which is part-funded by ERDF – has supported nearly 200 local manufacturing SMEs since its launch in November 2016 and continues to engage with...

For Digital Manufacturing Week, the LCR 4.0 project teamed up with Invest Liverpool to bring audiences an exciting Solutions Theatre that discussed all topics relating to new and digital technologies, the challenges for manufacturing and how we are overcoming these. We had a range of speakers...

Sensor City’s dedicated LCR 4.0 team has grown recently thanks to the appointment of two female engineers. Electronics Engineer, Zipporah Mayik, has joined the team to help Liverpool city region businesses embrace digital technologies which will strengthen and ultimately futureproof their operations. With a background in IoT applications,...

Liverpool 5G Consortium received £3.5 million from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sports (DCMS) 5G Testbeds and Trials programme, to help deliver the government’s 5G strategy.   The consortium led by LCR 4.0 Delivery partner, Sensor City, includes: Blu Wireless Technology, AIMES, Inventya, DefProc, Digicredis, CGA Simulation,...

Leading manufacturer, Beverston Engineering, is boosting manufacturing capabilities with the development of a new, innovative Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) CNC system.   Beverston Engineering specialises in the prototyping and manufacture of state-of-the-art engineering components for a wide range of industries including aerospace, oil and gas and...

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...

The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the billions of ‘smart’ devices – anything from cars, to home appliances – that can connect to a network to collect and share data. In a time when Industry 4.0, or the fourth industrial revolution (4IR), is thriving, it’s no...