Manufactory - Building the Manufacturing Blockchain

“If you always do what you always did, You’ll always get what you always got.”

Henry Ford

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What is the Manufactory Project?

Manufactory is developing a platform for the manufacturing industry ecosystem which will fundamentally improve time and cost overruns. 

Our vision is to facilitate the digitisation of manufacturing data through Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and to provide an intelligent decentralised ecosystem that allows cyber-physical systems to easily interact with it. 

This will empower manufacturing facilities to maximise the efficiency of their assets and create intelligent manufacturing systems allowing any size enterprise to produce an exceptionally smart factory on a level not seen before.

Why is the Manufactory Project needed?

Every manufacturing facility must solve problems that obstruct their production activities whilst finding ways to maximise their capacity. They also have the challenge of competing in a global manufacturing industry by becoming more efficient whilst maintaining quality and reducing costs.

The issues with manufacturing today are broad and include:

  • Outdated & Unreachable Technology
  • Imperceptible Supply Chains
  • Unproductive Supply Chains
  • Automatic Manufacturing Process Control
  • Non-conformance management
  • Capacity planning
  • Machinery Health Monitoring
  • Poor Energy usage
  • Inflexible Manufacturing Systems

Industry 4.0 can provide a solution but adoption rates are low and there are significant barriers to entry.

What is the Manufactory Project?

Manufactory is developing the DLT model for the manufacturing industry ecosystem.

Our vision is to facilitate the digitisation of manufacturing data through Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and to provide an intelligent decentralised ecosystem that allows cyber-physical systems to easily interact with it.

This will empower manufacturing facilities to maximise the efficiency of their assets and create intelligent manufacturing systems allowing any size enterprise to produce an exceptionally smart factory on a level not seen before.

Why is the Manufactory Project needed?

Every manufacturing facility must solve problems that obstruct their production activities whilst finding ways to maximise their capacity. They also have the challenge of competing in a global manufacturing industry by becoming more efficient whilst maintaining quality and reducing costs.

The issues with manufacturing today are broad and include:

  • Outdated & Unreachable Technology
  • Imperceptible Supply Chains
  • Unproductive Supply Chains
  • Automatic Manufacturing Process Control
  • Non-conformance management
  • Capacity planning
  • Machinery Health Monitoring
  • Poor Energy usage
  • Inflexible Manufacturing Systems

Industry 4.0 can provide a solution but adoption rates are low and there are significant barriers to entry.

The Manufactory Solution

Given the issues within the manufacturing supply chain and its quality management systems, the Manufactory project has been created to make the latest technology easily obtainable to manufacturers and therefore enabling the factories of the future.

The original objective of Distributed Ledger Technology  was to facilitate trusted fiscal transactions between any two parties without the necessity for a third party such as a bank to be involved, enabling faster and less expensive transactions. Due to the security and immutable nature of the Blockchain it also has complete integrity as the transactions are verified by the system itself.

With the advent of Industry 4.0 and DLT systems we will be able to build a transparent, decentralised, interconnected Supply Chain and Digital Passport system that removes any barriers to entry. 

The Manufactory vision is not just about utlising distributed Ledger Technology but about building a decentralised manufacturing ecosystem which combines all of the benefits that Industry 4.0 can provide. Allowing users to create Decentralised Apps (dApps) that can utilise the data created by Intelligent Manufacturing Systems.

Manufactory will disrupt the manufacturing industry in its current form and be the enabler for the creation of conscious factories.

Roadmap

The Manufactory roadmap is evolving and we will have an updated version ready for the launch of our new website in July.

ETO Share Offer FAQ

What are the Pre-sale start and end dates?

We are currently planning to hold the pre-sale raise in July of this year. Actual dates will be announced closer to the time.

Will this project also have a Utility Token?

No, at this stage there are no plans to create a utility token.

Is there a hard cap?

Yes, the hard cap for the Pre-sale is £150 thousand. For the Equity Token raise it will be £2.8 million.

Is there a working product?

Not currently, we have a proof of concept and once we have secured funding through the ETO and pre-sale we will create a Minimum Viable Product (MVP).

Do you have a Roadmap?

Yes, please see the roadmap section of this website.

What specification will the shares be based on?

The Equity token shares will be based on an independent company valuation.

Is there a bounty program?

No

Is there a referral program?

Yes, the referral program details will be provided in a separate document which will be made available on this website.

Do you have KYC and AML processes?

Yes, we will carry out KYC and AML checks as part of the ETO share offer conducted by Globacap. As part of this process we may ask you to provide proof of identification and proof of address. 

Executive Team

Ben Bartholomew - CEO and Founder

Ben Bartholomew

CEO and Founder

Russell Ranford - COO and Founder

Russell Ranford

COO and Founder

Advisory Team

Jay Bartholomew - Manufacturing Operations Specialist

Jay Bartholomew

Manufacturing Operations Specialist
Rolls-Royce Plc

Adrian Bukowski - Manufacturing Engineering Specialist

Adrian Bukowski

Manufacturing Engineering Specialist
Rolls-Royce Plc

Liam Palmer - Manufacturing Engineering Specialist

Liam Palmer

Manufacturing Engineering Specialist
Rolls-Royce Plc

Tony Bartholomew

Tony Bartholomew

Aerospace Manufacturing Expert

Philip Dyke

Philip Dyke

Electronic Design Engineer
Bespin Research Ltd.

Resources

The Manufactory project is creating a new business eco-system for the manufacturing industry. Discover how.

Whitepaper

Learn about our vision for the future of intelligent manufacturing systems.

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