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ABB is a technology leader in electrification and automation, enabling a more sustainable and resource-efficient future. The company’s solutions connect engineering know-how and software to optimize how things are manufactured, moved, powered and operated. Building on more than 130 years of excellence, ABB’s ~105,000 employees are committed to driving innovations that accelerate industrial transformation.

Manufacturing Technology Centre

The MTC (Manufacturing Technology Centre) was established to prove innovative manufacturing processes and technologies in an agile environment in partnership with industry, academia and other institutions.

The MTC houses some of the most advanced manufacturing equipment in the world, creating a high-quality environment for the development and demonstration of new technologies on an industrial scale.

This provides a unique opportunity for manufacturers to develop new and innovative processes and technologies.

GE Vernova

GSI provides leading technologies that help our customers “integrate” renewable energy sources and more generally improve the overall efficiency and performance of the grid. We provide solutions that support Direct Current, or DC, with our High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) business unit, as well as Alternating Current, or AC, with our Flexible AC Transmission Solutions (FACTS) and Alternating Current Solutions (ACS) businesses. Our business plays a vital role in enabling the energy transition and supporting our customers need of the future.


Imperix develops high-end control equipment and prototyping hardware for power electronics, drives, smart grids, and related topics. Its products are designed to enable cutting-edge innovation in corporate and academic environments. They are especially valued for their ability to accelerate the implementation of laboratory-scale power converters and facilitate the derivation of high-quality experimental results.

The company also offers various levels of integration services, intended to assist its customers in their prototyping activities. As such, its offering ranges from the delivery of plug-and-play hardware and software, to that of fully customized systems involving specialized control software algorithms.

Mach One

Mach One Design is a distinguished engineering consultancy firm specialising in Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) solutions. We combine our expertise in consultancy, design, and cutting-edge manufacturing to provide comprehensive and tailored EMC solutions to clients across various industrial sectors. We offer a range of services including pre-compliance assessments, reviews, and troubleshooting. Throughout the years, Mach One Design has helped clients worldwide meet the most stringent EMC regulations while optimising product performance. Partner with Mach One Design and experience the power of effective EMC solutions.


Lyra is an agile company focusing on innovation in the field of power electronics to support the global transition to electricity as a fundamental source of local energy for transportation, mobility and industry. Our team at Lyra is particularly proud of developing green and efficient technology, maximising capacities while at the same time minimising weight and costs to meet our customers' energy challenges of the future.

University of Sheffield AMRC

With two decades of experience at the interface of academia and industry, the University of Sheffield AMRC works with its robust industrial and academic network to accelerate the implementation of novel technology into operational environments. It offers world-class infrastructure, capital equipment and expertise for developing and testing novel solutions to manufacturing challenges across a range of sectors.

The AMRC offers unique open access facilities for the development and test of electrical machines and components, including robotic and conventional coil winding and shaping, laser processing of electrical steels, and lightweighting of non-active components in metallic and composite materials, e.g. casings, shafts, rotors. This is supported by wider digital manufacturing capabilities, including automation, data science and AI, advanced visualisation and process monitoring and control.