GM AI Foundry Project

Welcome to the GM AI Foundry INDUSTRIAL accelerator

IN4 Group, in collaboration with Lancaster University, has created a fully funded, ground-breaking 3-month programme, with six hybrid sessions combining online and in-person learning and delivered once every fortnight.

The GM AI Foundry Industrial Accelerator is designed to unlock innovative new products and services, and uncover your business growth opportunities using industry 4.0 technologies.

Pioneering industrial technologies

This unique fully funded opportunity is for 30 Greater Manchester, manufacturing and engineering SMEs, to upskill mid to senior-level managers by developing a prototype to meet your business use case.

Through our exclusive collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS), we bring together experts on the Internet of Things (IoT), AI (artificial intelligence), data analytics, cyber and machine learning to deliver proof of concepts to support businesses in achieving the following benefits:

  • Increase profitability
  • Increase productivity
  • Reduction in carbon footprint
  • Upskill operational teams and remove barriers to digital adoption
  • Hands-on practical learning with tangible business benefits
  • Discover cost effective solutions with rapid prototyping and industry 4.0 solutions
  • Develop practical proof of concepts

Don’t take our word for it, watch our case studies 

Fast Track Prototyping and Proof of Concept

The GM AI Foundry Industrial Accelerator is part of the GM AI Foundry, a £6m project developed in Greater Manchester by Manchester Metropolitan University, the University of Manchester, the University of Salford and Lancaster University. 

A fully funded opportunity, with £3m funding from the European Regional Development Fund via the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government, with partners delivering a further £3m in matched funding.

“We are excited to be working with IN4 on this new project, which builds on our strong partnership with Greater Manchester universities and businesses and aims to support SMEs in the exploitation of commercial opportunities arising from artificial intelligence.”

Sam Walsh
Project Engineer of GM AI Foundry
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