Rochester Institute of Technology is leading an effort involving local companies and healthcare experts to produce a prototype ventilator designed to help meet the continuing surge of respiratory cases as a result of the coronavirus.
At the onset of COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, Stephen Colbert mused, “This is a crisis that we have to face together—by staying as far apart as possible.” Now, health experts are stating that we will likely be practicing social distancing and other preventive measures for months or perhaps years.
RIT's Golisano Institute for Sustainability co-hosted an innovative, half-day workshop with the REMADE Institute and Empire State Development on March 10, 2020. The workshop, “Technology Advancement Programs and Incentives for Remanufacturing, Repair, and Refurbishment Industries”, brought together leaders from across the remanufacturing, repair, and refurbishment industries.
For most manufacturers, robotics can seem like an expensive, high-risk investment. But a new partnership between RIT and Schlumberger promises to change that.
Growing a startup takes dedication, creativity, and innovation. Entrepreneurs often have extensive background in their niche or plenty of ideas for solving problems, but lack the technical or engineering expertise to ensure manufacturability.
"If being 'cool' can be equated with 'cutting edge,' then Rochester Institute of Technology's Golisano Institute for Sustainability is the epitome of coolness."
The institute—a world class “living lab” at 190 Lomb Memorial Drive on the Rochester Institute of Technology’s campus—represents the school’s commitment to sustainability, and to solving real-world manufacturing problems. Read more on the Rochester Business Journal feature on us as one of Rochester's coolest spaces!
In a new era of industrial revolution, intelligence is key. Knowing how product design can affect manufacturability or how production processes can affect finished quality helps manufacturers make critical decisions in support of fundamental business goals.
COE-ASM attended the 2019 Industry Week Manufacturing &Technology show in Pittsburgh, PA in early April to get a pulse of the industry trends in digital manufacturing transformation.
Automation. Artificial intelligence. Machine learning. These sound more like sci-fi than actual business tools, right? If you’re like many small-to-medium-sized businesses, you might be taking your first steps into the Digital Age.
The latest metalcutting machines exhibited at the 2018 IMTS demonstrate cutting edge features including efficiency, automation, digitization and connectivity. Learn more about how industry leaders in aerospace, energy, transportation and industrial markets are using these innovations.
Several groundbreaking 3D plastic and metal printing systems were unveiled at IMTS 2018. The systems, which focused on reducing build time, cost and design limitations, also emphasized high material strength and increased automation.