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Community of Interest Meeting- 4th July 2018 at Perkins Caterpillar

last modified Aug 26, 2018 10:16 PM
This was the second meeting in a series of three Cambridge Service Alliance Community of Interest meetings (May/July/November 2018).

The focus of the CSA research for 2018 is proof of concepts and developing prototypes. The 4 July meeting presented the prototype demonstrations of two digital technologies and smart service developed to benefit CSA industry partners. Feedback from the industry clinics that follow the presentations will be used to enhance the development of the prototype technologies to the requirements of the industry partner. The third meeting in November 2018 will look at lessons learned. We also had a factory tour at Perkins. 

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