REEdI is funded under the Higher Education Authorities (HEA) Human Capital Initiative (HCI) programme. REEdI will transform the way we deliver undergraduate engineering education in Ireland. The project is truly innovative, drawing on international best practice in the field of engineering education which will enable a student centred, project centric and technologically innovative approach to course provision, equipping graduates with the skills and knowledge required to ensure they can navigate the future challenges and disruptive technologies faced by the manufacturing sector in Ireland. The REEdI Project is a collaboration between MTU Kerry and Cork campuses and the University of Limerick. Our international collaborating academic partners are Charles Sturt University in NSW, Australia and Harper Adams University in Newport, UK. Our research center partners are: SFI CONFIRM Smart Manufacturing, IMaR research Centre, AgriTech Centre of Excellence (ACE) and SFI LERO Software Development Centre.