Infinitev host Warwick University (UK) and Monash University (AU) to talk about the Future Circular Economy

We recently hosted a group of visiting academics from Warwick University and Monash University to discuss the latest advancements in circular economy and technology-driven manufacturing. The discussions centered around the benefits of circular economy systems, the potential for collaboration with the UK industry, and the shift towards manufacturing 4.0.

Circular economy

Circular economy systems are an innovative approach to managing resources that focuses on minimizing waste and maximizing the value of materials throughout their lifecycle. By reusing and recycling materials, circular economy systems reduce the amount of waste produced, conserve natural resources, and create new economic opportunities.

During the meeting, the visiting academia from Warwick University and Monash University shared their research findings and discussed the potential for collaboration with the UK industry. They also explored the latest advancements in technology-driven manufacturing, which is a key component of manufacturing 4.0.

Circular economy for EV batteries

Circular economy for electric vehicle batteries


Manufacturing 4.0

Manufacturing 4.0 is a term used to describe the shift towards smarter, more automated, and more efficient manufacturing processes. By leveraging the latest technologies, such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and the Internet of Things, manufacturing 4.0 is revolutionizing the way goods are produced, resulting in faster production times, lower costs, and improved product quality.

We need to collaborate

The discussions between Infinitev, Warwick University, and Monash University highlighted the importance of collaboration and innovation in driving the shift towards circular economy systems and manufacturing 4.0. By working together, these institutions can develop new technologies and processes that reduce waste, conserve resources, and create economic opportunities.

Overall, the meeting was a great success, and it demonstrated the potential for academia, industry, and sustainability participants to work together to create a more sustainable future. By embracing circular economy systems and manufacturing 4.0, we can build a more resilient and resource-efficient economy that benefits everyone.