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Representatives from over 50 companies in the Republic and Northern Ireland, operating in pharma, medical devices, food processing, construction, engineering, steel fabrication and industrial automation, were at the Robotics for Industry 4.0 Workshop and Expo on Wed 22nd June 2022 at AMTCE.
On Thursday 16 June 2022, AMTCE welcomed a visit by client companies of the Local Enterprise Office (LEO) Cavan. The representatives were accompanied by LEO Cavan’s Head of Enterprise Marcella Rudden, Senior Enterprise Development Officer Andrea Corrigan, Ray Murphy, Regional Skills Manager, North-East Region and Business Mentors Pat McKeown and Brian Murray.
On 24th May 2022, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between AMTCE’s founding body, the Louth Meath Education & Training Board, the Ireland Institute of Pittsburgh, Catalyst Connection and the Portview Trade Centre in Belfast.
On 20th May 2022, the AMTCE hosted the awards for LMETB’s Advanced Manufacturing Schools Project, and the overall winner was St. Oliver’s Community College in Drogheda. The Guest of Honour was Mr Damien English TD, Minister for State for Business, Employment and Retail, who presented the students with their award.
In our latest blog, we explore the concept of ‘factories of the future’ and how Irish businesses can upskill to meet the challenge.
The implications of additive manufacturing are now vast and have the capacity to affect real change across many aspects of human life.
In the latest blog from the AMTCE, we explore 6 ways that companies can upskill for the future of advanced manufacturing. Learn more here!
Automation is playing an increasing role throughout industry in Ireland and beyond as businesses adopt Industry 4.0-based practices. When it comes to addressing the various layers of integration within a typical factory automation system, understanding the industrial...
On 24 January 2022, AMTCE signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Irish Manufacturing Research (IMR) in Mullingar, Co Westmeath. The agreement will provide thought and practice leadership, with a tangible impact on Industry 4.0 skills development in advanced manufacturing across the island of Ireland.
Throughout the island of Ireland, the manufacturing sector is undergoing significant transformation. Catalysed over the past 20 years by globalisation, technology and the exponential growth of emerging markets; Ireland has responded to these changes by moving its...