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25. 05. 2023
Jacobs is putting forward USD4.6 million, with the rest of the USD11 million over five years coming from the University of Manchester, which is in the northwest of England, and the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council's Prosperity Partnerships programme.
The new centre's research will cover mechatronics, software "and how communities and regulators will engage with future robotic systems". Jacobs will have the opportunity to commercialise technology developed at the centre which it says could bring a "step-change impact to clients" in areas including nuclear power and decommissioning "where robust and reliable autonomous robotics are crucial for efficient asset management and operations".
Centre Co-director Professor Barry Lennox said the new centre "will allow the university's recently established Manchester Centre for Robotics and AI to build a relationship with one of the leading organisations involved in applied robotics, helping us to progress our fundamental research in this area and to deliver impact from the robotic and AI systems that we are developing".