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Loccioni USA joins ISR Associate Partners program


ISR welcomes Loccioni USA to our Associate Partners program.

Loccioni integrates ideas, people, and technologies they develop to measure and test solutions and improve the quality of products and processes for the manufacturing and service industry.

Loccioni Managing Director Ignazio Droghini says: "Loccioni looks forward to building a great partnership with faculty and students in ISR. The combination of our work and the ideas and expertise of ISR researchers can produce wonderful results that benefit our company and customers, and we can provide ISR researchers with real-world problems and experiences.

“Loccioni is a world-class technological “tailor’s shop,” designing and manufacturing turn-key, tailor-made solutions for the best companies in the automotive, aerospace, home appliance and health care sectors. For this reason we found it was an obvious choice to join ISR's program as ISR is the leading institution in U.S. in the system engineering research field."

ISR Director Reza Ghodssi says: "We enthusiastically welcome Loccioni USA to our ISR community. Loccioni’s work intersects with ISR research activities such as robotics, systems engineering, manufacturing, controls and sensors, and our goal is to create collaborations in these, as well as provide ISR students with opportunities to interact with and learn about Loccioni."

September 2, 2015


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