Helping regional Queensland businesses to recover and grow post-COVID-19
In collaboration with the ARM Hub, IMCRC is delivering a series of virtual futuremap® workshops – the first step in a journey of digital transformation post-COVID-19 for many businesses
The Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM) Hub, a new not-for-profit company is helping Australia’s small and medium businesses to recover and transform post-COVID-19 with free virtual innovation workshops.
Here to help industry adopt advanced manufacturing technologies and processes, the ARM Hub is backed by industry, research institutions and government. The Hub has launched during the global COVID-19 pandemic and is assisting businesses to secure opportunities and address challenges.
“Where some might see problems, we see opportunities,” says Chair of the ARM Hub, Emeritus Professor Roy Green. “The ARM Hub is at the forefront of industrial transformation, helping to build strong local supply chains and preparing companies for successful participation in global markets and value chains.”
To engage with small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and get them started on their post-COVID-19 transformation, the ARM Hub is hosting a series of free online futuremap® workshops in partnership with the Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC). For many businesses, these workshops are the first step in a journey of digital transformation and assist to map out the best path for adopting advanced manufacturing in their operations.