Manufacturing case studies from across the HVM Catapult

Our case studies provide snapshots from the exciting work we’re doing with businesses, researchers, and government across the UK.

Enabling Jaguar Land Rover’s successful transition to electric vehicles

The international automotive market is experiencing unprecedented levels of change. WMG’s insights are crucial to the industry, allowing companies to accelerate the decarbonisation of their production vehicles.

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Close-up of the Triumph TE-1 electric motorcycle

CASE STUDY

TE-1: Specialist electric motorcycle project

WMG played a critical role in the development of the Triumph TE-1 electric motorcycle, providing electrification expertise and the critical vision to drive innovation through modelling and simulation based on future market needs.

8 December 2023

CASE STUDY

Lift-off for UK capabilities in urban air mobility composites

The NCC and WMG support Vertical Aerospace in growing their product range in the urban air mobility market, which is estimated to be worth £800bn by 2040

8 December 2023

Two people test a manufacturing product

CASE STUDY

Slashing waste for recyclable Alternative Pallets

WMG helped the Alternative Pallet Company save 6 tonnes of waste per month and build a profitable new product line

6 February 2023

CASE STUDY

HVM Catapult centre universities score high in REF2021

All HVM Catapult-aligned university departments are in the REF2021 top 25 nationally, with two reaching the top 10

6 February 2023

CASE STUDY

Key role in Driving the Electric Revolution

The UK is planning to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050, with 78% of the reduction in carbon emissions planned for 2035. Such an ambitious target calls for radical restructuring of all forms of transport.

3 February 2022

CASE STUDY

Anti-microbial poles for public transport could help in future pandemics

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic many people have been hesitant about taking public transport. In part, this is due to the potential risk of picking up germs from areas travellers must use, such as the grab-poles on trains, buses and trams.

3 February 2022

CASE STUDY

Leading the Ventilator Challenge

On the 16th of March 2020, the Government asked UK industry to support the NHS in its fight against COVID-19. The VentilatorChallengeUK (VCUK) Consortium, led by the HVM Catapult’s outgoing CEO Dick Elsy and made up of more than 33 businesses from the aerospace, automotive and medical sectors, came together at speed to build medical ventilators.

3 February 2022

Large manufacturing equipment

CASE STUDY

UK Manufacturing Forum

When thought leaders are brought together, incredible things can happen. This is why we partner with the University of Cambridge’s Institute for Manufacturing to convene the single largest group of leading academics, researchers and industry representatives each year.

3 February 2022

CASE STUDY

Supporting the micromobility revolution

With exciting partnerships with Transport for West Midlands and companies like Voi Technology, WMG is working on a number of projects in micromobility and its wider integration into transport infrastructure.

3 February 2022

CASE STUDY

Bringing connected and automated vehicles one step closer

Connected and automated vehicles (CAV), such as self-driving cars, have long seemed like science fiction, but with technological change happening quickly, they are moving closer to reality.

3 February 2022

CASE STUDY

Saving the Great British cuppa

Many manufacturers and distributors struggled to meet this demand, with basic products like toilet rolls, tea and pasta disappearing from shelves. Big brand firms were not immune from the difficulties, even household names like Tetley Tea, owned by Tata Consumer Products Ltd (TCPL).

3 February 2022

CASE STUDY

Climbing the wall with Hausbots

With the potential to save thousands of lives, speed is essential. Hausbots identified a potential bottleneck in their product development: compliance with international regulations on radio frequency emissions.

3 February 2022

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