The Emerging Manufacturing Collaboration Center or EMC2 is opening in the 16 Tech Innovation District, northwest of downtown Indianapolis. EMC2 is aimed at helping small to medium-sized manufacturers discover and adapt to new technologies. The new facility, which will hold its grand opening in late May, will be home to five anchor tenants:
- Indy Autonomous Challenge, organized by Energy Systems Network.
- GE additive, a 3-D printing equipment manufacturer that is a division of GE Aviation.
- 24M Technologies, Massachusetts-based battery company.
- The Indiana 5G Zone
- The Indiana Economic Development Corporation.
Also, involved in EMC2 is Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Conexus Indiana, which are involved in the Energy INsights program, aimed at showing manufacturers how they can use artificial intelligence and data analytics to reduce their energy costs. [READ MORE]
(Source: Indianapolis Business Journal)