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One-hour sessions cover key manufacturing and supply chain issues, presented by top speakers in their industry fields. Places fill up fast so book yours early!

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Sessions 1 to 14 (Engineering) take place in Seminar Theatre 1 and
sessions 15 to 28 (Electronics) take place in Seminar Theatre 2.

Seminar Session Details
Time
No 1: CE Marking 2017 & Beyond
Overview of the major changes that will affect all manufacturers in 2017 and beyond. How do companies keep abreast of change and demonstrate compliance? Learn how to remove the fear and ignorance and how to comply at minimum cost.
Peter Evans, Compliance Engineer, The CE Marking Association
 
10:10, 21-Mar-2017
No 2: Best Practice & World Class Manufacturing
Aiming for world class makes commercial sense. It ensures you stand out from your competition, are innovative and produce the best quality product in terms of design, cost, performance, quality and delivery. We will share with you the best practice methodologies and key activities that have made some of the world’s greatest manufacturers so successful.
Ailsa Carson, Onsite Insights
 
11:15, 21-Mar-2017
No 3: An Introduction to 3D Print & the exciting benefits it brings to manufacturers
Case study examples of the limitless applications that this new technology brings across all sectors and the new opportunities it could open.
Wayne Kite, Stanford Marsh
 
12:30, 21-Mar-2017
No 4: How innovation & new technology adoption in Manufacturing drives growth
Innovate UK is the UK’s Innovation Agency. We work with people, companies and partner organisations to find and drive the science and technology innovations that will grow the UK economy. To de-risk, enable and support innovation we…
  • determine which science and technology developments will drive future economic growth
  • meet UK innovators with great ideas in the fields we’re focused
  • fund the strongest opportunities
  • connect innovators with the right partners they need to succeed
  • help our innovators launch, build and grow successful business

Zoe Webster, Innovate UK
 
13:45, 21-Mar-2017
No 5: What Makes Good Design, How to Generate Good Ideas
Stefan Knox, Bang Creations
 
15:00, 21-Mar-2017
No 6: Demystifying the Internet of Things for energy data collection in an industrial environment
The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming the new IT frontier with more and more new products coming to the market every week. This presentation will explore what is IoT, how can it be used in an industrial environment, and will provide practical examples of how energy data across a facility can be captured and turned into useful information.
Craig Astfalck, Ecopare
 
10:10, 22-Mar-2017
No 7: Lean: Driving Efficiency in Business - a Practical guide
Lean means creating more value for customers with fewer resources. Lean organisations understand what their customers value and refines their key processes to continuously increase it.

The benefits of lean include eliminating waste from existing processes: less space, less capital, less time to make products and service customers with reduced cost and effort and with far fewer defects. Customer responsiveness also benefits, allowing you to respond to changing customer needs with high variety, high quality and low cost with low set up times.

With examples from Manufacturing, Service and Warehousing, Tim Scurlock, Director of ALC, will guide you through the problems and pitfalls in bringing Lean into your organisation.
Tim Scurlock, Director, Automotive Lean Consulting
 
11:15, 22-Mar-2017
No 8: CE Marking 2017 & Beyond
Overview of the major changes that will affect all manufacturers in 2017 and beyond. How do companies keep abreast of change and demonstrate compliance? Learn how to remove the fear and ignorance and how to comply at minimum cost.
Peter Evans, Compliance Engineer, The CE Marking Association
 
12:30, 22-Mar-2017
No 9: Stop pitching & start selling - Understanding how to sell, however complex your industrial product
Just because you a have a technical product, machine or gadget doesn’t meant that you shouldn’t understand how to sell it and not ‘pitching’ which is all about hoping you may say the right thing.
Antonio Falco
 
13:45, 22-Mar-2017
No 10: The Industrial Internet of Things - Case study examples of how manufacturing across all sectors will change in the future
Learn how Iiot is changing the face of manufacturing as we know it, giving rise to unprecedented levels of new products launched and opening up multi sectoral applications. Case study examples across industry.
TBA
 
15:00, 22-Mar-2017
No 11: The Industrial Internet of Things - Case study examples of how manufacturing across all sectors will change in the future
Learn how Iiot is changing the face of manufacturing as we know it, giving rise to unprecedented levels of new products launched and opening up multi sectoral applications. Case study examples across industry.
TBA
 
10:30, 23-Mar-2017
No 12: Best Practice & World Class Manufacturing
Aiming for world class makes commercial sense. It ensures you stand out from your competition, are innovative and produce the best quality product in terms of design, cost, performance, quality and delivery. We will share with you the best practice methodologies and key activities that have made some of the world’s greatest manufacturers so successful.
Ailsa Carson, Onsite Insights
 
11:45, 23-Mar-2017
No 13: An Introduction to 3D Print & the exciting benefits it brings to manufacturers
Case study examples of the limitless applications that this new technology brings across all sectors and the new opportunities it could open.
Wayne Kite, Stanford Marsh
 
13:00, 23-Mar-2017
No 14: Stop pitching & start selling - Understanding how to sell, however complex your industrial product
Just because you a have a technical product, machine or gadget doesn’t meant that you shouldn’t understand how to sell it and not ‘pitching’ which is all about hoping you may say the right thing.
Antonio Falco
 
14:15, 23-Mar-2017
No 15: Global workmanship standards within PCB design, fabrication & assembly processes – pathways for excellence
Aim is to demonstrate appropriate use of IPC industry standards through design, fabrication and assembly.
Andrew Farrall / Debbie Wade, Advanced Rework Technology
 
10:10, 21-Mar-2017
No 16: Lean: Driving Efficiency in Business - a Practical guide
Lean means creating more value for customers with fewer resources. Lean organisations understand what their customers value and refines their key processes to continuously increase it.

The benefits of lean include eliminating waste from existing processes: less space, less capital, less time to make products and service customers with reduced cost and effort and with far fewer defects. Customer responsiveness also benefits, allowing you to respond to changing customer needs with high variety, high quality and low cost with low set up times.

With examples from Manufacturing, Service and Warehousing, Tim Scurlock, Director of ALC, will guide you through the problems and pitfalls in bringing Lean into your organisation.
Tim Scurlock, Director, Automotive Lean Consulting
 
11:15, 21-Mar-2017
No 17: Life after Brexit - What next in trade relations & product regulation?
With the UK set to trigger Article 50 and so begin negotiations to withdraw from the EU, come and learn about what new trade relationships are possible and how existing UK product regulation and standards for manufactured goods and electronics are likely to be affected. The next few years present various uncertainties for industry, but this seminar will arm you with knowledge regarding likely eventualities together with insight into how to deal with product laws that necessitate delving into supply chains such as RoHS, REACH and the forthcoming EU Conflict Minerals Regulation.
Dr Alex Martin, Edif ERA
 
12:30, 21-Mar-2017
No 18: The Industrial Internet of Things - Case study examples of how manufacturing across all sectors will change in the future
Learn how Iiot is changing the face of manufacturing as we know it, giving rise to unprecedented levels of new products launched and opening up multi sectoral applications. Case study examples across industry.
TBA
 
13:45, 21-Mar-2017
No 19: The Shape of Things to Come - How to use design & new product development for commercial success
Focussing on things people will value tomorrow helps create products that deliver sustainable business advantage. Alistair will show how opportunity spotting, feasibility and market research, brand strategy and prototyping combine to deliver effective mechanical and electronic design through to problem free manufacture.
Alistair Williamson, Lucid Innovation
 
15:00, 21-Mar-2017
No 20: Enclosures, adding real value to machining, printing & keypads
Mathias Bunte, Phoenix Mecano (Bopla) Enclosures
 
10:10, 22-Mar-2017
No 21: Global workmanship standards within PCB design, fabrication & assembly processes – pathways for excellence
Aim is to demonstrate appropriate use of IPC industry standards through design, fabrication and assembly.
Andrew Farrall / Debbie Wade, Advanced Rework Technology
 
11:15, 22-Mar-2017
No 22: Best Practice & World Class Manufacturing
Ailsa Carson, Onsite Insights
 
12:30, 22-Mar-2017
No 23: The future of making things & 3D printing
James Newman & Asif Moghal, Autodesk & Cadspec
 
13:45, 22-Mar-2017
No 24: Life after Brexit - What next in trade relations & product regulation?
With the UK set to trigger Article 50 and so begin negotiations to withdraw from the EU, come and learn about what new trade relationships are possible and how existing UK product regulation and standards for manufactured goods and electronics are likely to be affected. The next few years present various uncertainties for industry, but this seminar will arm you with knowledge regarding likely eventualities together with insight into how to deal with product laws that necessitate delving into supply chains such as RoHS, REACH and the forthcoming EU Conflict Minerals Regulation.
Dr Alex Martin, Edif ERA
 
15:00, 22-Mar-2017
No 25: Reminiscing on the last 50 years of vibration monitoring and what next?
Dr Doug White, DC White Consulting Engineers
 
10:30, 23-Mar-2017
No 26: CE Marking 2017 & Beyond
Overview of the major changes that will affect all manufacturers in 2017 and beyond. How do companies keep abreast of change and demonstrate compliance? Learn how to remove the fear and ignorance and how to comply at minimum cost.
Peter Evans, Compliance Engineer, The CE Marking Association
 
11:45, 23-Mar-2017
No 27: Lean: Driving Efficiency in Business - a Practical guide
Lean means creating more value for customers with fewer resources. Lean organisations understand what their customers value and refines their key processes to continuously increase it.

The benefits of lean include eliminating waste from existing processes: less space, less capital, less time to make products and service customers with reduced cost and effort and with far fewer defects. Customer responsiveness also benefits, allowing you to respond to changing customer needs with high variety, high quality and low cost with low set up times.

With examples from Manufacturing, Service and Warehousing, Tim Scurlock, Director of ALC, will guide you through the problems and pitfalls in bringing Lean into your organisation.
Tim Scurlock, Director, Automotive Lean Consulting
 
13:00, 23-Mar-2017
No 28: Data Protection, EU or no EU, what should we all be doing?
The General Data Protection Regulation, which will come into force on 25 May 2018, could have a big impact on any company in the world that deals with the personal data of EU citizens.

The GDPR can be broadly broken down into these three categories:
  • Return control of personal data to users.
  • Simplify the regulatory environment.
  • Appoint a data protection officer where data processing is carried out.

TBA
 
14:15, 23-Mar-2017

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