Manufacturing and Engineering 2018 Conference

Hear industry experts share case-study examples of how they overcame or, embraced their business challenges. Plus, learn about ground-breaking techniques and strategies that can be used across the UK manufacturing and design engineering spectrum.

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
HYPED - Edinburgh University

10:30-11:15

Transitioning the UK automotive sector to become low carbon
Philippa Oldham, Head of National Network Programmes, Advanced Propulsion Centre

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

AMAP
Roger O'Brien, 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

Workshop Sponsors

Industry Partners

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