Today (20 August) Education Secretary Gavin Williamson visited the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre
(AMRC) where cutting edge technology is being used to drive innovations in manufacturing as well as offering training and apprenticeships in a range of crucial fields.
Government through the Aerospace Technology Institute, or ATI, Programme, in close collaboration with Airbus, the National Composites Centre, the Advanced Forming Research Centre and the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre
. The ATI Programme is managed by the Aerospace Technology Institute with the U.K.'s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and Innovate U.K.
That verdict is confirmed by Rikki Coles, technical lead for edge computing at the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre
(AMRC) in Sheffield, after a 10-month collaboration with local engineering company Tinsley Bridge.
This follows a collaborative research project with engineers at the integrated manufacturing group of the University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre
More than 40 of its employees are already housed at the University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre
. When fully operational, the team is expected to grow to around 200 people with the finished tubs then sent to the McLaren Production Centre in the English county of Surrey.
establish the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre
and a pilot
This includes 19 manufacturing apprentices, who have already been recruited and are being trained at the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre
(AMRC) Training Centre in Rotherham, it stated.
The luxury sports car producer has announced the development of the manufacturing facility next to the University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre
(AMRC) in a deal expected to boost the British economy by [pounds sterling]100 million.
Since the year end, the firm has also successfully applied for funding from NATEP (National Aerospace Technology Exploitation Programme) to work with the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre
with Boeing, to develop ways graphene can be processed and used within the aerospace industry.
Plans are also in place to develop the existing Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre
which could create 1,800 jobs and provide an annual direct contribution of up to [pounds sterling]74.2m to the local economy.
The machine will initially be built in the University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre
(AMRC) before installation in the University's Centre for Advanced Additive Manufacturing (AdAM), of which Hopkinson is Director.