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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Upskilling the workforce

The HVM Catapult continues to be at the forefront of technical skills development in the UK, working as part of the Workforce Foresighting Hub.

8 December 2023

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Digital Engineering Technology and Innovation

Through DETI, the NCC helped businesses address common challenges to digital transformation, with 32 projects creating or safeguarding 87 jobs

6 February 2023

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Developing the skills system for emerging technologies

HVM Catapult is leading work to create a better technical skills system for manufacturing and many other key sectors in the UK

6 February 2023

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Immersive tech trains global health heroes from their homes

Immersive technology has been used to help train surgeons who faced reduced learning opportunities due to COVID-19 restrictions.

3 February 2022

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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

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Emerging Skills Project

Funded by the Department of Education, the Emerging Skills Project is piloting our Skills Value Chain approach across key regions in the UK. Working closely with Institutes of Technology, we are developing high-quality modular training courses focused on upskilling employees for work with new and emerging technologies, like robotics and AI, electrification, additive manufacturing, and advanced composites.

3 February 2022

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The Skills Value Chain

The Skills Value Chain (see below) is an approach that connects workforce development with the wider innovation ecosystem, leveraging the technological know-how of Centres of Innovation (like the HVM Catapult) to build an industrial skills base fit for the future.

3 February 2022

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Greening the UK’s most carbon-intensive industrial region

The AMRC and Nuclear AMRC will work together to apply their expertise in developing the UK supply chain for the low-carbon energy sector, building on the proven Fit For Nuclear model to meet the challenges of industrial decarbonisation.

3 February 2022

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Developing the UK energy supply chain

More than 860 companies have already completed the online F4N assessment, with most receiving ongoing support and development from the Nuclear AMRC’s team of industrial advisors.

3 February 2022

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Helping an SME halve lead times and boost sales

The MTC created and supported Raybloc through a development journey to achieve the goals of the business that began with coaching and mentoring the workforce and helping the business to understand the priorities, issues, culture and opportunities of the current-state.

3 February 2022

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Keeping a watchmakers’ machine tool ticking over

The AMRC’s support means that Loomes & Co now have an improved machining process; knowledge of basic machining practices; skills development including design software; redesigned fixtures; and sample part production. Sometimes it’s the simplest of interventions that give firms the freedom to innovate.

3 February 2022

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