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£1.5 million research project looks to use data to perfect product design


Scientists at Cardiff University have launched a £1.5 million research project to explore how the design of everyday products such as bikes and cars can be immediately adapted if they are found to have design flaws. The “Chatty Factories” project will look to create a system that sees products “talking” to the factory floor where they are produced, connecting up “people, products and production processes”, says the project organisers. The system would work by using customer


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