ProtoTwinning at Connected Everything 2019
We’ve just gotten back from the excellent Connected Everything 2019 conference hosted by the University of Nottingham. Focusing on industrial systems in the digital age, digital twinning, and the future of technology in engineering, the Connected Everything network are the perfect group to share our work and interests. The conference brought together a wide range […]
Measure me this! Evaluating metrology solutions for the digital capture of evolving prototypes.
by David Jones and Owen Freeman Gebler As part of the ProtoTwinning project (https://gow.epsrc.ukri.org/NGBOViewGrant.aspx?GrantRef=EP/R032696/1), we are evaluating metrology methods for digitally capturing evolving prototypes. We are currently experimenting with the Einscan Pro+ (https://www.einscan.com/handheld-scanner/einscan-pro-plus/), photogrammetry using Agisoft MetaShape (https://www.agisoft.com/), and the FARO Arm (https://www.faro.com/en-gb/products/). It’s early days but see below for where we are. Einscan Pro+ […]
Anarchic manufacturing has been published and presented at two conferences this month, visiting Slovenia and Ireland. CMS 2019 In Ljubljana Slovenia anarchic manufacturing was used to model cloud manufacturing and to analyse if paying a premium would secure a supply chain; published in Procedia CIRP (link below) and presented at the CIRP Conference on Manufacturing […]
Interesting two days at Autodesk’s Partners conference in London for Ben and Chris – even had dinner next to the Europa League Cup at Stamford Bridge! Many of the emerging technologies and challenges resonate with the research here at the University of Bristol. This includes work on digital twins in the DMF Lab; Artificial Intelligence […]