Control 2K wins UK wide COREF funding project. The COREF (Connected Reconfigurable Factory) project will see the creation of two open-access, digitally connected innovation laboratories in Crawley and Belfast.
Further development and test facilities will be available in various locations around the UK, including the Waterton Technology Centre in Bridgend.
With a focus on Industry 4.0 ‘smart’ tools and processes the COREF projects aims is to help companies to affordable increase productivity and efficiency of their electronic systems design and assembly process.
Control 2K brings their Industreweb 4.0 software suite to the project, which will connect processes such as sensor data to cloud-based processes and tools, to support supervisory, analytical and machine learning activities, allowing for greater process awareness and profitability.
‘We’re thrilled to be a part of the new COREF project working with Thales, supporting economic growth throughout the UK and helping to revolutionise smart manufacturing with our cutting-edge software. The use of Industreweb 4.0 is an exciting opportunity to expand our portfolio into new domains and enhance the capabilities of the UK supply-chains.’ Gash Bhullar, Managing Director, Control 2K.
The new facilities being developed will focus on digital innovation in Crawley, and manufacturing in Belfast. £10.4m will be invested into the project over three years, with £5.2m from the government grant matched by industry.
To find out more about industreweb, take a look here: https://www.industreweb.co.uk/