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Twin-Control plenary meeting at the AMRC

On February 28, the Twin-Control consortium gathered for the 30th month plenary meeting at AMRC facilities in Sheffield, UK.

The AMRC is a research centre linked to the University of Sheffield that works with the most relevant aircraft builders (Boeing, Airbus, etc.) and their complete supply chain (Rolls&Royce, GKN Aerospace, Sandvik, DMG-Mori, etc). In the last years they are expanding their activities to other sectors, such as nuclear or automotive, and they have even created a training centre.

According to project coordinator Mikel Armendia, Twin-Control “goes as planned”. “The project is currently deeply involved in the industrial demonstration stage: in the last 6 months of the project, the main goal will be to evaluate the impact of Twin-Control in its two industrial scenarios, automotive and aerospace”.

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Even if the severe weather conditions in UK forced the partners to leave the AMRC during the meeting, the organiser, Erdem Ozturk, was able to re-arrange a venue and the consortium continued working in a conference room in Sheffield city centre.

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