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  • Read more about Asset management: DETI Eco-meter

    Asset management: DETI Eco-meter

    Digital Catapult has partnered with the National Composites Centre (NCC) to drive innovation in the design and manufacturing of composites using Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, developing software that uses cutting-edge technology to calculate carbon footprint more accurately. This has culminated in a successful proof of concept for an application called the ‘eco-meter’.

  • Read more about Skills: Inclusive digital careers for diverse engineers

    Skills: Inclusive digital careers for diverse engineers

    DETI brings together three strands of work and programmes on inclusive skills from 2020-2022 - DETI Inspire, Transform and Innovate that initiate a comprehensive skills and workforce development programme to ensure the current and future workforce is digital-ready, inspiring future generations.

  • Read more about Human computer interaction: Re-imagining sustainable products

    Human computer interaction: Re-imagining sustainable products

    The DETI Partnership has researched and analysed a range of new digital technologies and tools that companies can use when designing and manufacturing sustainable products, to help to create better products, and in a shorter timescale - potentially reducing costs.

  • Read more about Digitally enabled operations: Bringing digital visualisation to the manufacturing process

    Digitally enabled operations: Bringing digital visualisation to the manufacturing process

    The use of immersive technologies such as Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR), to bring digital visualisation to the factory floor or to some remote location delivers a number of benefits. This research project delivers a proof of concept system that guides the user through a specific manufacturing process using AR. 

  • Read more about Concurrent engineering: Securing our cyber future

    Concurrent engineering: Securing our cyber future

    New powerful, fast computers referred to as ‘Quantum’ computers, are predicted to come online in the next few years. To defuse the security threat, organisations are already implementing services to mitigate the potential risk, and DETI is helping to investigate secure technologies and practices to protect digital communications - which will stop potential hackers of the future.

  • Read more about Digitally enabled operations: Using disruptive technology to streamline product verification

    Digitally enabled operations: Using disruptive technology to streamline product verification

    Disruptive technologies offer the opportunity to accelerate innovation, providing us with new digital tools and processes to develop through-life product sustainability, and shorten product development time. Focused on demonstrating the use of Augmented Reality (AR) in an industrial verification process, an AR application has been developed and applied to show the benefits of immersive technologies.

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