Sheffield IoT Meetup moves online to explore IoT for Smart Manufacturing
Despite our fourth Sheffield IoT Meetup - Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing - coming at a time of great uncertainty across the globe, we were thrilled to see so many members join our new online platform to continue exploring the opportunities IoT presents for smart manufacturing.
How do to IoT for care
‘IoT for care’ is an emerging field that faces its own specific barriers as well as those common to all IoT domains. This project draws upon experiences of those at the forefront of the field to develop resources and plot a course towards widespread adoption of IoT for care.
Internet of Things (IoT) approach for predictive maintenance: a manufacturing case study
Developing an IoT predictive maintenance solution for legacy manufacturing processes to reduce costly manual inspections for SMEs.
IoT solutions for existing processes: A Laser Based Additive Manufacturing (LBAM) use case
Developing and documenting a business case, supporting demonstrator and training materials to enable implementation of IoT solutions within existing manufacturing equipment and processes.
Sheffield IoT Meetup #1 – An overview and videos
We're pleased to be working with Sheffield IoT security company, Ioetec Ltd, to support the launch of Sheffield IoT Meetup. View presentations from Meetup#1: An Introduction to IoT in Sheffield.
IoT for care – awareness raising workshop programme
This Pitch-In project will seek to develop and deliver a series of workshop events aimed at facilitating interactions to raise awareness of the capabilities and potential of IoT for care applications.
Internet of Things platforms for mass customisation: when are they appropriate?
This project aims to help manufacturers determine what types of goods could be more suitable for Internet of Things (IoT) - driven personalisation versus those where human intelligence needs to drive customisation.
The AMRC’s Beer and Bytes
The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre's (AMRC’s) ‘beer and bytes’ series at Factory 2050 provides an informal, grass roots approach to support the adoption of industrial digitalisation.
Demonstration of low cost automation solutions for SME adoption of digital manufacturing
This project addresses a common industrial concern that recent developments in digital manufacturing are unlikely to be accessible by SMEs owing to the associated capital cost of upgrading industrial computing and communication environments.