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In search of versatile production system concepts for German manufacturing industries, RWTH Aachen has invested in Nikon Metrology iGPS metrology. The renowned institution’s “Werkzeugmaschinenlabor WZL”, uses a cell populated with two industrial robots to study how manufacturing quality can be maximized using iGPS.

TorqSense, a non-contact digital torque monitoring system that could guarantee an infinite lightness of touch has proven to be the only way to test the seals of super high performance vacuum systems.

Cranfield University has developed new technology that could significantly reduce the manufacturing cost of complex micro-mechanical and micro-optical devices.

Veeco’s Confocal Metrology (VCM) Optical Profiler Systems provide a compact and easy-to-use non-contact metrology solution for applications requiring data acquisition from steep slopes, high surface roughness, or beneath transparent layers.

With the UK manufacturing base facing many challenges in the current economic downturn, now, more than ever, is the time for businesses to recognise the central role that seeking operational efficiencies can play when it comes to being better prepared for the upturn. Crucially, seeking to improve can also be a fundamental driver to deliver improved financial performance and bottom line benefit.


First Technology Safety Systems, Inc. (FTSS) uses the NVision HandHeld laser scanner to ensure the accuracy of crash dummies, which are crucial in evaluating the performance of side curtain airbags in a rollover. FTSS is the world's leading provider of crash test dummies and computer crash simulation models for automotive, military and aerospace applications.


Sports car manufacturer,Aston Martin, is using a precise real-time location system to gain complete visibility of its production processes.in its daily production operations at the company's headquarters in Gaydon, Warwickshire, UK. The Ubisense system enhances already rigorous off-line finishing processes, through analysis and optimisation of each process, ensuring its efficiency at all times.


Siemens, a worldwide leader in power plant turbines, investigates 3D laser scanning technology to monitor the production quality of casting blades.


As economists make multiple predictions about the shape of the recession and business media begin to anticipate a coming upturn, business leaders across the UK and Europe are still focused on cutting costs to ensure they survive the recession.  It is with this in mind that Staying Lean, the new Shingo-prize winning guide offers business leaders an in-depth understanding of Lean Thinking.


Sports car manufacturer,Aston Martin, is using a precise real-time location system to gain complete visibility of its production processes.in its daily production operations at the company's headquarters in Gaydon, Warwickshire, UK.

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