Digital Manufacturing Accelerator: Academic & RTO Engagement

Digital Manufacturing Accelerator: Academic & RTO Engagement

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The Digital Manufacturing Accelerator has Launched! Learn more about the project by joining our live webinars.

About this event

This webinar is suitable for academia and RTOs wishing to learn more about the new Digital Manufacturing Accelerator (DMA) and to understand the benefits it can offer and the value it can deliver to your teams.

Following on from our previous launch event webinars, which you can optionally watch again by visiting www.the-mtc.org/dma, we plan to explore the avenues that the DMA platform will pursue to work and collaborate with academic and RTOs partners in greater detail .

We will expand on the benefits academic partners can achieve from the platform, along with the areas you may wish to contribute and support with. We also want to hear your thoughts and feedback on how the programme can support your ongoing initiatives to strengthen your capabilities. A 15 minute Q&A session will take at the end of the presentation to address any question the audience may have.

Why Attend?

  • Hear about the DMA, and how it will impact the academic and RTO ecosystem.
  • See why the project has received funding from Liverpool City Region Combined Authority.
  • Understand the value it can offer to your organisation.
  • See the level of support and commitment required for anybody wishing to collaborate with the DMA.
  • Find out the next steps and how to engage with the MTC.

About the Digital Manufacturing Accelerator

The Manufacturing Technology Centre is a brand new initiative, in partnership with the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority, that brings world leading manufacturing research, technology and experts together. Embarking on a ten year mission, the £15 million funded project aims to bring together the best innovations of both physical and digital manufacturing technologies.

Based in the heart of Liverpool, the project aims to take build a state-of-the-art rapidly configurable factory that will support local manufacturing businesses and provide job opportunities for expert technology engineers and apprenticeships.

The brand new facility will utilise cutting-edge equipment and software that can support organisations with research and development requirements on their current systems, facility and technology. During the first phase of the project, estimated to take three years, end-users and supply chains are invited to be a part of the project and provide suitable use cases and requirement suggestions with the opportunity to shape the project or become a future solution provider.

Funded by Liverpool City Region Combined Authority

At the Combined Authority, our aim is to ensure that everyone benefits from the decisions we make. We want to create an environment which allows our economy to thrive for the good of everyone who lives and works in Liverpool City Region.

We work together to make investments in areas that have a real impact on our communities, such as transport, employment, culture, digital and housing. By using the devolved powers we have, we can make a real and meaningful difference to the lives of the people living and working in the area.

The Combined Authority is led by Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram and brings together Liverpool City Region’s six local authorities – Halton, Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton, St Helens and Wirral – to tackle the big issues that matter to us all, together.

Website: www.liverpoolcityregion-ca.gov.uk

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