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Knowledge Cafe: Discuss how assistive robots can and should use your data

Date: 30th June, 4.30pm – 8.00pm Participate in this Knowledge Cafe to understand and discuss how intelligent assistive robots use your data and their potential impact. One of the greatest political, social, and economic challenges of the 21st century for western societies with an ageing population is to consider how to maintain a high standard …

Shadow Universities Minister visits Cobot Maker Space

The Cobot Maker Space – founded by investment from the University of Nottingham Smart Products Beacon and strategic EPSRC funding – welcomed the Shadow Universities Minister, Matt Western MP on the 18th November.   The Labour MP for Warwick and Leaming was introduced to Robin the Robot.  Find out more in this UoN Press Release.

ERDF LEADD:ING Collaborative Robotics Workshop to be hosted by the Cobot Maker Space

Calling all small businesses, artists, creative technologists and entrepreneurs  in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Are you interested in exploring immersive technologies such as augmented reality or smart, wearable technologies? We are delighted to be hosing an ERDF-funded LEADD:NG project ‘collaborative robotics’ workshop on Thursday 25th November, 1pm- 3pm.  During the workshop you will learn about ‘cobots’ …

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Cobot Maker Space launch video

The Cobot Maker Space (CMS) – founded with a combination of Smart Products Beacon and strategic EPSRC funding – officially opened at the University of Nottingham in September.  Today the CMS released a video of the official launch, during which Professor Jessica Corner, Pro Vice Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange performed an official ‘ribbon …

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Internet of Food Things Network Plus – online event

The Internet of Food Things Network Plus is holding an online event on 1st November entitled “Data, science and policy for a healthy food system” on Monday 1st November. This strategic workshop will address the interplay of data-driven science and innovation in the food system, food safety and food-related health – how can the kinds of …

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The Cobot Maker Space – launch

The Cobot Maker Space is a vibrant maker space at the University of Nottingham, exploring the future of collaborative robots. Developed with a combination of Smart Products Beacon and strategic EPSRC funding, the facility will be integral to delivering the research programmes of its Partners – the Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute and the Trustworthy …

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MCDDM seminars

The Midlands Centre for Data-Driven Metrology has announced the date of its first seminar. Big Data has had a significant impact on productivity, economic growth and business resilience in every industry, including manufacturing. A recurring issue in the context of Industry 4.0 is the intelligent and strategic use of Big Data. For example, in the …

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Industry 4.0 reduces beer going down the drain at craft brewery

In the fourth Industrial Revolution, or Industry 4.0, digital will be the key enabler for manufacturing industries. Dr Nik Watson, Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham talks to the Institution of Mechanical Engineers about his research within food and drink manufacturing focused on using non-invasive senor technology in combination with machine learning and cloud …

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Food Factories: How they work

Tune in for Food Factories: How they Work on Monday 21st December at 8pm and watch University of Nottingham Assistant Professors Nicholas Watson and Seamus Higgins explain sensor and new tech in food/drink manufacturing to Gregg Wallace on Smithsonian channel    

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Midlands Centre for Data Driven Metrology

Virtual Seminar December 16, 2020; 15:00 (UK) Optical Metrology and Advanced Manufacturing A happy marriage or a clash of cultures? Peter de Groot Abstract: Optical instruments have long played a role in manufacturing, and strong arguments favor accelerated adoption of fast, non-contact measurements of surfaces, shapes and positions as an enabler for industry 4.0. High-precision …

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