Connected Everything II - Feasibility Studies

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Connected Everything II has completed its latest funding call for feasibility studies. Details of the studies awarded in the first round are below:

University of Liverpool – Manufacturing of 3D-printed morphing origami solar sails for the next generation of CubeSats

University of Cambridge – AgentChat: Feasibility Of Large-scale Multi-agent Based Coordination For Freight Co-loading

University of the West of England – Embedded Intelligent Empathy in Design

Connected Everything I managed two funding calls for feasibility studies and supported 11 projects.

Round 1 feasibility studies:

“Towards additive manufacturing process control using semi-supervised machine learning”
University of Liverpool

“BREWNET: Intelligent cloud connected sensors for economic small scale process optimisation”
University of Nottingham and University of Leeds

“Circular 4.0: Digital intelligence to enable a circular economy”
Cranfield University and University of Sheffield

“Feasibility of capturing crafts-based knowledge in an AI system for future autonomous precision surface manufacturing”
University of Huddersfield and University of Nottingham

“Investigating spoken dialogue to support manufacturing processes”
University of Sheffield

“Digitisation of collaborative human-robot workspaces”
Loughborough University

Round 2 feasibility studies:

“Computing craft: Manufacturing cob structures using robotically controlled 3D printing”
Cardiff University / University of Plymouth

“A digital garment simulation tool for fashion design linking consumer preference and objective fabric properties”
University of Leeds

“ICHORD: Integrating Cognitions of Human Operators in digital Robot Design”
Cranfield University / AMRC

“Continuous in-situ microstructure and composition analysis within 3D-printed structures using in-chamber sensors”
University of Cambridge / Imperial / Sheffield Hallam University

“Pathway to autonomy for an SME factory”
University of Portsmouth / AMRC