Hexagon pledges $4M gift to URI

HEXAGON MANUFACTURING INTELLIGENCE has made a $4 million gift to URI in the form of manufacturing technology and assistance. Above, from left to right,URI President David M. Dooley, Hexagon's President and CEO Angus Taylor, and URI Dean of Engineering Ray Wright. / COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND/MICHAEL SALERNO
HEXAGON MANUFACTURING INTELLIGENCE has made a $4 million gift to URI in the form of manufacturing technology and assistance. Above, from left to right, URI President David M. Dooley, Hexagon's President and CEO Angus Taylor, and URI Dean of Engineering Ray Wright. / COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND/MICHAEL SALERNO
SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The University of Rhode Island will receive a technology gift valued at $4 million for the URI College of Engineering from Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence, the school announced on Tuesday. The gift will come in the form of manufacturing technology, such as metrology systems, applications software for measurement and computer-aided manufacturing and simulation…

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