Manufacturing and Engineering 2018 Conference

This year’s show will once again provide visitors with unrivalled access to expert speakers exploring best practice, government policy and industry issues. With opening keynotes from Nissan and Toyota Material Handling, Manufacturing & Engineering 2018 is an event not to be missed.

Conference Programme - Day 1 (4th July)

08:30-09:15

Championing manufacturing for the benefit of the whole UK economy
Ian Green, Nissan Motor Manufacturing

09:30-10:15

Hyperloop - the technology, the challenges, the future
Adam Anyszewski, HYPED - Edinburgh University

10:30-11:15

Transitioning the UK automotive sector to become low carbon
Dr James Widmer, Director Newcastle University Centre for Advanced Electrical Drives, Lead for Advanced Propulsion centre (APC) Electric Machines Spoke.

11:30-12:15

Starting your AR, MR or VR journey
Neil Wharton, Business Development Manager, Theorem Solutions

12:30-13:15

Modular battery systems for on and off highway applications
Stephen Irish, Commercial MD, Hyperdrive Innovation

13:30-14:15

Ebac
David Land, CEO, Ebac

14:30-15:15

Collaboration – the key to manufacturing competitiveness
Rowan Crozier, Chairman of Manufacturing Assembly Network (MAN), Brandauer

Conference Programme - Day 2 (5th July)

08:30-09:15

Toyota – Leading with Innovation
Stuart Reilly, Regional Business Development Manager, Toyota Material Handling

09:30-10:15

Human Machine Interfaces for the Smart Factory
Chris Freeman, IMG Theme Lead - Digital Manufacturing, AMRC

10:30-11:15

3D Printing in Heavy Engineering
Asif Moghal, Senior Industry Manager, Design & Manufacturing, Autodesk

11:30-12:15

Innovation in your manufacturing processes
Roger O'Brien, Director, AMAP

12:30-13:15

Leading the Journey to Industry Leading Performance
Dennis McCarthy, Consultant, DAK Consulting

13:30-14:15

Manufacturing and the Up-Skill Battle
Verity Davidge, Head of Education & Skills, EEF

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