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Webinar on High-Value Manufacuring (HVM)
In this webinar, Luisa Huaccho Huatuco presents the Alliance February 2019 paper on High-Value Manufacturing.
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February 2019 Paper - High Value Manufacturing (HVM) in the UK: Case studies and focus group insights
High Value Manufacturing (HVM) in the UK: Case studies and focus group insights by Luisa Huaccho Huatuco, Veronica Martinez-Hernandez, Thomas F. Burgess and Nicky E. Shaw
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Webinar 10 December 2018
Webinar on Service Business Model Innovation: The Digital Twin Technology by Veronica Martinez, Audrey Ouyang, Andy Neely, Caroline Burstall and Dav Bisessar
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November 2018 Paper
November 2018 paper on 'Service business model innovation: the digital twin technology' by Veronica Martinez, Audrey Ouyang, Andy Neely, Caroline Burstall and Dav Bisessar
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CEMEX Workshop
Blockchain Prototype: Scope and Analysis for CEMEX
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Land of Innovation Forum
Veronica delivered a presentation and a workshop at the 'Land of Innovation Forum' in Canacintra, Mexico.
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Blockchain Results Delivered at Rolls Royce
Research project 'the impact of digital twins on the product development process' led by Veronica Martinez
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Blockchain in Customer Service Management
Caterpillar Presentation of Blockchain Results: Feasibility and Cost Analysis
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Theme Update - Blockchains in Smart Services
In May, Veronica and her team worked very hard on the first practical phase of the project – the Codification of the Blockchain Prototype for the CAT/Perkins’ Supply Chain.
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Project Update - OMMS: the Wireless Micro-Factory that will Treat People with Cancer
The OMMS micro-factory project lead by Dr Veronica Martinez made a great progress this month.
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