Manufacturing news and announcements from FuzeHub. UB engineer receives grant for light-based disinfection system, UB, Stony Brook business-minded centers form partnership to boost industry, and New York advances drone industry with testing corridor.
Less than a month remains until the FuzeHub Commercialization Competition, and the finalists are in the homestretch of preparing for the “pitch.” Up to $50,000 each is at stake for five companies, and it all comes down to those eight minutes.
he Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing Institute (ARM Institute) membership meeting in Pittsburgh, November 1-3. This event will provide interested companies with opportunities to network, meet the ARM team, and learn about upcoming opportunities including project calls.
Across the state, there are 10 Innovation Hot Spots and 20 Certified Business Incubators that offer various forms of support to manufacturers.
Whether you’re a large manufacturer, a mid-sized company, or an inventor working out of a garage, applied automation and robotics can benefit your business.
After a recent round of Department of Commerce awards, the New York Manufacturing Extension Partnership will now maintain staff dedicated to eight of the institutes.