Articles Tagged ‘digital manufacturing’

IoT takes centre stage in France

As part of our involvement in the F-Interop project, we recently travelled to the ETSI Headquarters in Sophia Antipolis, France, to attend their IoT Week. The ETSI IoT Week is a week of events, including presentations, tutorials and demonstrations organised by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (aka ETSI). The week focused on IoT and in particular […]

The Future of Manufacturing in the Digital Age

As part of development of the Digital Manufacturing strand of the Digital Catapult, James Devitt of the University of Huddersfield, Centre for Industrial Analytics was commissioned to coordinate a piece of work to better understand Digital Manufacturing readiness, capability and capacity across the Yorkshire Region. The aim of the study was to gain insight into […]

The Future of Manufacturing in the Digital Age

DigiCatYorks, led by University of Huddersfield undertook a project to better understand digital manufacturing readiness, capability and capacity across  the Yorkshire region. The aim of the project was to gain insight into the current state of digital manufacturing in the region and the appetite and barriers to digitalisation. Download the report here

GDPR and Cyber Security for Manufacturers – breakfast event

Information security continues to be a hot topic of discussion for businesses including the almost daily reports of data breaches. Each company and industry varies in the type of information it has but for manufacturers with complex supply chains this tends to be intellectual property on patents, designs and formulas. However, personal data relating to […]

Industry 4.0 – Hack & Pitch

Hack & Pitch provided a unique opportunity to showcase digital technologies and their practical application in the manufacturing industry.

Digital Catapult Seagate challenge Framing

Data deluge: Allowing manufacturing to see the wood from the trees

Michaela Muruianu, from Digital Catapult’s innovation team outlines how data and technology are transforming our manufacturing industry. The devil is in the data Manufacturers today have their assets fitted with multiple sensors capturing production and performance data. Yet, in spite of this abundance of data, organisations are struggling more than ever to derive valuable insights that […]

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