Centre for Distributed Automation and Control explore reconfigurability
The Centre for Distributed Automation and Control held a one-day workshop on 28th September to explore the notion of reconfigurability in Manufacturing Systems.
The aim of the workshop was to share ideas on the concept of reconfigurability as applied to manufacturing and operations, and to discuss and develop these further.
The workshop was attended by researchers from the IfM, Oxford University and IFW, Hannover along with other members of the Network of Excellence for Innovative Production Machines and Systems (I*PROMS).
I*PROMS comprises 30 core member institutions representing 14 European countries. These institutions are all of national or international standing in the field of Advanced Production Machines and Systems research.