Technology and Manufacturing didn’t disappear from the Quiet Corner.
They are being transformed.
Quiet Corner Innovation Cluster (QCIC) is a part of that transformation.
QCIC, funded by the US Economic Development Administration (EDA), UConn, and Connecticut Innovations, supports business growth potential of small and medium-sized technology and manufacturing enterprises (SMEs) in rural Tolland, Windham, and New London Counties. QCIC forms partnerships with select SMEs to enhance or expand their product and service offerings by leveraging UConn’s extensive R&D capabilities and office of commercialization. SMEs that participate in the program collaborate with faculty who specialize in their particular area of focus and benefit from the new Proof of Concept Center at the UConn. In addition to the POCC, UConn will be creating the new Connecticut Manufacturing Simulation Center (CMSC) to enable SMEs rapid prototyping capabilities and further facilitate growth.
Collaboration Employs Advanced Analytics to Improve Manufacturing Efficiency Control Station Teams with QCIC to Automate Plant-Wide Manufacturing Diagnostics Manchester, CT – July 19, 2018 – Control Station and the University of Connecticut School of Engineering today announced an applied science initiative focused on the development of an advanced forensic utility. The collaboration targets the need among […][Read More]
HARTFORD – U.S. Senator Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) recognized the Quiet Corner Innovation Cluster (QCIC) as this week’s “Murphy’s Monday Manufacturer” after meeting with members of the partnership recently. Established in 2016 at the University of Connecticut (UConn), QCIC provides research and development, financial, and other business resources to small- and medium-sized manufacturing companies in rural Tolland, Windham, […][Read More]