IET Scottish Workshop on Design and Manufacture for Productivity
Visions of Design and Manufacture for Productivity in Scotland
When: Wednesday 4th September 2019
Where: DMEM University of Strathclyde, 75 Montrose St, Glasgow G1 1XJ
Design and Manufacture are essential to Scottish economy. A rising demand for Intelligent Design and Manufacturing has been seen due to the increased requirements from customisation, flexibility, efficiency, productivity, responsiveness, and cost-effectiveness. These requirements become urgent in the international race to the next industrial revolution. The Industry 4.0 initiative aims at upgrading the entire manufacturing value chain through turning the factory floor into an innovation centre capable of mass customisation and digital business.
This workshop on Smart Design and Manufacturing brings together Industry experts and Scottish academics to discuss key themes of particular relevance and value to the Scottish economy. Its aim is to establish a common understanding about the state of the field in Scotland, highlight issues and challenges as well as discuss possible solutions that will be of interest to SME’s members of the public and other academics.
The workshop will provide an opportunity to make new contacts, exchange the latest research outcomes and achievements and share ideas about the direction the Scottish Design & Manufacturing community should be taking to ensure a prosperous future for our country.
Preliminary Draft Agenda
09:30 Registration and Coffee
10:15 Design For Productivity presentations
13:30 Manufacture for Productivity presentations
15:30 Drinks reception (sponsored by Product Development Scotland)
Event content (contents may vary on the day)
The Organising Committee is delighted to announce that we have a number of participants from the Scottish University sector both from academic and industrial research to bring you a variety of subject areas to be presented from themes of Design for Productivity and Manufacture for Productivity. These themes include Future of Metal Manufacture (Low cost, high speed, 3D printing of metal); Future of 3D Visualization (Augmented Reality for D & M); Future of Designing with Data (Data mining for design); Future of Computation (CPU vs HPUs: Human Processing Units); Future of User Interfaces (Beyond Clicks); Future Drugs (Personalization); Future Networks (Beyond Power); Future transport/logistics (Internet of Things).
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