The Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Inc. (CCAT) is pleased to provide a series of digital technology introductory workshops, trainings, and demonstration projects. The CT Manufacturing Supply Chain Integration program will assist small to medium-sized manufacturers across multiple industry sectors with the integration and utilization of digital technologies required to fully participate in a technologically advanced supply base.
This is a no-cost program designed to minimize disruption to your current manufacturing process. We urge CT manufacturing companies to take advantage of this CT program led by CCAT by applying before June 20, 2021. The CT Manufacturing Supply Chain Integration program ends June 30, 2021.
1. Attend introductory and training workshops →
Learn how digital technologies can impact your company through our introductory workshops and training opportunities.
2. Submit a request for a technology demonstration project →
Work with CCAT to see firsthand how digital technologies can impact your company’s processes and your shop floor.
Apply for a grant to support digital technology adoption (if eligible) →
See if your company is eligible for matching funds to support digital technology adoption.
Introductory and Training Workshops
Register for introductory and training events hosted by CCAT and presented by digital technology experts to learn more about how digital technologies can help improve your production process and impact your business.
Technology Demonstration Projects
Are you interested in exploring how digital technologies can impact your specific company? CT small to medium-sized manufacturers are invited to submit a request for a digital technology demonstration project. CCAT will work with you to identify and solve specific process improvements and innovations utilizing digital technologies available at the CCAT Advanced Technology Centers.
If you are moving forward with adopting digital technologies into your business, Money for Manufacturing is available for eligible CT manufacturers through matching grant programs. Funded by the CT Department of Economic and Community Development and administered by CCAT, these programs provide funding to implement IoT and improve productivity, efficiency and competitiveness.
Connecticut Manufacturing IoT Integration Voucher Program (IVP) →
Up to $20,000 to assist with the implementation of IoT solutions on your manufacturing floor. Administered on a first-come first-served basis.
Connecticut Manufacturing Innovation Fund Voucher Program (MVP) →
Up to $49,000 to conduct a project aimed at improving your manufacturing productivity, efficiency and competitiveness. Administered on a first-come first-served basis.
Learn more about the Money for Manufacturing programs at: ccat.us/programs.