Irish Manufacturing Research at a Glance
Companies Engaged through Industrial Network
Number of years experience in Manufacturing
“Static Hydro Energy (SHE) Ltd is an Irish company involved in the utilization of waste compressed air. Our completed prototype demonstrated how waste compressed air could be used to generate electricity in a novel and unique way. However, we did not possess any hard data pertaining to the availability of waste compressed air in Ireland. Following a recommendation from Enterprise Ireland, we approached Irish Manufacturing Research seeking their assistance. Using the well-established skill set, IMR have, in effect, acted as a “one stop shop” for us. From the onset, their total commitment was both a surprise and a pleasure to witness. IMR’s level of engagement and enthusiasm for our project instilled an increased confidence in our team.”
Owen Mc Elroy, MD
“GreenMode Methods ® allowed us to understand our factories consumption to a level we did not think possible. It gave us a detailed insight into our product systems and more importantly pointed to where we could improve by changing equipment consumption behaviours through appropriate risk analysis. In addition, it allowed us to engage our supply chain for further improvements”
Dr. Niall Aughney
“As one of the founding members of ICMR, now part of Advanced Manufacturing Ireland initiative, Pfizer has been instrumental in helping shape and inform the research themes and in particular has played a key role in informing and piloting solutions to maintain this leading workforce performance through the Tacit Knowledge research program. At the Grangecastle biopharmaceutical manufacturing site, we have piloted the Workplace Knowledge System (WKS), a user-focused platform for the sharing of tacit formal knowledge in an enterprise environment. Results to date have been exceedingly positive in terms of both user feedback and impacts on Key Performance Indicators through faster and easier access to knowledge”.
Pat Field, Network Performance Leader
he Information Day was launched by Jean-Philippe Gammel (member of Commissioner Navracsics’ Cabinet) and Begona Arano (Head of Unit, Innovation and EIT, DG EAC). The EIT Manufacturing KIC process represents a significant engagement mechanism for Irish industrialists and is one that IMR continues to play a key role in representing Irish manufacturing companies.
Pictured below: Collette Fitzpatrick (TV3) and Andrew Lynch (Chief Innovation Officer, IMR) Irish Manufacturing Research was delighted to be part of the very successful National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference, held in Citywest on the 30th of January. ...
Today was the kick-off meeting for the Industrial Data Analytics Framework project, focusing on how companies can better extract value from their data and how they can shape a data analytics roadmap for their company. This project, led by Dr. Fergus Quilligan of IMR,...
Irish Manufacturing Research appointed to Industry 4.E Lighthouse Executive Dr. Andrew Lynch, Chief Innovation Officer with Irish Manufacturing Research, was recently appointed to the strategic leadership executive (LIASE) for the Industry 4.E Lighthouse Initiative...
[embed]https://youtu.be/JEpFKJP0wG0[/embed] Another very successful IMR Energy Symposium was held in Cong on the 19th and 20th October 2017. This was the second year of Energy Symposium which aims to act as an annual forum for industry professionals to share their...
The Irish Medtech Skillnet training programme on “Additive Manufacturing for your medical technology business.”
The Irish Medtech Skillnet training programme on “Additive Manufacturing for your medical technology business.” was concluded today at the Additive IMR facility in Mullingar. At the wrap-up of two very successful and informative days, the initial feedback...