Thanks so much to everyone for attending the first session of our SERAS Environment Making Challenge. It was a cracking turnout, with nearly 50 people attending, so thanks and well done! We had our problems with a few technical issues at the start, but the session was a great success in the end with a … More Environment Making Challenge: Launch!
See the full schedule for our exciting series of online workshops Monday 22 June @ 2.00 – 3.00 Introductory webinar with Stefan Poslad from the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Queen Mary, University of London. Stefan will set the scene for the challenge and explain some of the ideas behind Making and the Internet … More Environment Making Challenge – Schedule
Community Call to Action Come and join us to make a better environment. We are looking for problem-solvers and great ideas for making our world a better place. Design a solution and win a great prize. Learn about Making and what you can use to solve problems around you. With daily sessions over two weeks, … More Environment Making Challenge
SERAS is working with Research England’s Pitch-In project to identify and address skills gaps around the Internet of Things (IoT). The growth of internet-enabled computing, digital manufacturing and the increasing interconnection via the internet of objects in our offices and homes are set to revolutionise our business and domestic lives and could lead to significant … More SERAS Pitch-In Project announcement
With the launch of SERAS, we can now announce the steering group. The Steering Group for the project comprises of Tony Prescott, University of Sheffield and Sheffield Robotics. Patricia Charlton, The Open University and Institute of Coding. Zhibin (Alex) Li, The University of Edinburgh & Edinburgh Robotics Centre. John Sexton, Coleg Gwent. Michael Cregan, Queen’s … More Steering Group Announced
SERAS’s academic partners include a wide range of geographical centres, with representation from England, Scotland and Wales. They are drawn from multiple disciplines, including experts in robotics, education, and diversity. This consortium also includes expertise at all levels of education, including both academic and commercial experience of state-of-the-art student-centred learning methods for digital skills and … More Our Partners
With the launch of our website, we’ve updated our aims: The UK economy needs to improve its productivity in order to remain internationally competitive. This can be achieved through increased automation and through the deployment of next-generation RAS technologies. Such a transformation cannot take place without a substantial increase in the number of employees who … More Our Aims