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Enhancing your capability through virtual innovation

The Liverpool Metro Mayor visits the Virtual Engineering Centre

Liverpool Metro Mayor, Steve Rotheram undertook a digital tour at the University of Liverpool on Wednesday 6th September 2017.

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Hands on VR workshop at the Virtual Engineering Centre

As VR is moving from a cutting edge technology to a mainstream design tool the award winning team at VEC is providing a series of two-day hands on workshops to help Liverpool City Region companies’ recognise the value of VR as an extension to their existing CAD and digital design toolbox.

Could your industry benefit from Virtual Reality?

Virtual reality often appears in today’s news and media, taking the world by storm. Mainly associated with gaming, virtual reality (or VR) is starting to creep into a whole range of industries as more and more businesses are learning of the true potential and benefits this technology can offer.

The University of Liverpool and the VEC leads the way in defining a new framework for Digital Nuclear Reactor Design

The University of Liverpool’s Virtual Engineering Centre (VEC) has been appointed as the academic lead partner in a £2.9M research programme to set up and run a UK Digital Reactor Design partnership.

North West SME is driving force behind road safety tech

The VEC helps innovative SME to develop a product which can make our roads safer!

Designs on Virtual Reality: VEC Supporting Aston Martin

The Virtual Engineering Centre (VEC) recently supported the Aston Martin Concepts Team to demonstrate a range of interior design options for an upcoming model, using the latest virtual reality technologies.

The Engineer Collaborate to Innovate Awards 2017

The Virtual Engineering Centre (VEC) are thrilled to announce that we have been shortlisted for the Engineer Collaborate to Innovate Awards 2017

Insider’s Made in the UK Conference 2017

Thursday 22nd June saw the Insider bring their annual conference to the Liverpool waterfront as delegates from all over arrived at the Maritime Museum.

Dr Andy Levers explores the Skills Gap…

Continuously discussed amongst manufacturers within the UK and across the globe, the skills gap is a growing concern for many as the type of skills needed for smart factories are tough to source yet in high demand.

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