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CNC Robotics Launches CNCR-Live

CNC Robotics Launches CNCR-Live

CNC Robotics, a Liverpool based machining manufacturer, has launched its latest cloud based software CNCR-Live, which aims to help manufacturers increase connectivity between digital and automated systems. The machine monitoring device was created in partnership with business support programme LCR 4.0 and Sensor City.

Through this collaboration, CNC had access to specialised skills and engineering software, such as the NI LabView Software Development System, which has enabled the company to combine digital and automated systems.

CNCR-Live integrates real-time diagnostic technology and monitors robotic data to predict when maintenance is needed. Using it will prevent failures in the production process that usually cause a slowdown or shutdown as a result.

Being able to utilise the specialist skills and resources at Sensor City has been a game-changer for us. It’s enabled us to develop our technology and given us the impetus to expand our team with the appointment of a new Systems and Applications Engineer, said Madina Barker, Director at CNC Robotics Ltd. We are all very excited by the potential that the new CNCR-Live remote diagnostic technology will offer to the manufacturing industry.

Simon Reid, Sector Manager for Advanced Manufacturing at the Liverpool City Region (LCR) Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), argues that LCR 4.0 project aims to create jobs and open up the access to the world-class knowledge assets.

The prototype is currently being tested and implemented in Sensor City’s engineering lab and CNC Robotics’ facility in Bootle, Liverpool. The programme was partly funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and it is being delivered in partnership by some of the region’s key knowledge and scientific assets: the University of Liverpool (through its Virtual Engineering Centre), Liverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership (LCR LEP), Liverpool John Moores University (Faculty of Engineering and Technology), the Science and Technology Facilities Council’s Hartree Centre and Sensor City.

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