We help clients prioritise their investments in innovation to create the most value for them and their stakeholders. Using our broad technical knowledge, our extended network of partners, and our facilitation expertise, we are able to provide an objective overview of the relevant markets for advanced materials and expected evolution, competing technologies and pros and cons for each, as well as key players.
We help our clients – from large industrial associations to individual companies – better understand the materials technologies and practices that can address their issues.
We bring together key players in the field of advanced materials, help them synthesise their ideas into concrete projects, and help them attract financing for implementation.
We help industrial associations incorporate input from their members, and articulate their ideas and opinions towards policymakers.
How can #collaborativerobots in the workplace provide benefits?
With the #manufacturing industry facing substantial challenges, take a look at how robots can solve issues from workplace safety to reducing the cost of production.
“Buildings and infrastructure are responsible for at least 40% of all greenhouse gas emissions. In addition, modern constructions mostly use cement and steel, 2 materials whose production consumes an enormous amount of energy and directly releases CO2”.
Last but not least, Ger van den Kerkhof of @FlandersMake presents the #COTEMACO SME Support programme, which gives #manufacturing SMEs hands-on experience with #collaborativerobots – including support valued up to €20k!
Minna Lanz of @TampereUni is the 2nd speaker of our webinar. She explains how Digital Innovation Hubs (#DIHs) can play an important role in supporting the R&D&I technology leaps that are strongly tied to the #competitiveness and #sustainability of the European economy.
‘The Future of Manufacturing in Europe’ has started! Our 1st speaker is @torres__an of @EU_ScienceHub, exploring the impact of #industrialrobots on the EU economy.
“People blame robots for the loss of jobs, but there is a positive relationship between robot use and employment.”
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