8.30 am-10.00 am
Additive manufacturing is the process of creating complex structures and components by the layering of materials which are gradually built up. This workshop will explore the range of applications of additive manufacturing and the 3D printing technologies and materials that make it possible.
Facilitator: Konica Minolta.
Manufacturing applications in reality technology
The introduction of reality technology, which includes Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR) and Mixed Reality (MR) provides many benefits to manufacturers. Join in this workshop to understand the use of VR, AR and MR and how:
- processes can be made more efficient
- designs optimised in advance of development, and
- complex machines can be maintained more intelligently.
Facilitator: Leap Australia Pty Ltd.
10.15 am-11.30 am
Improving energy efficiency and renewable energy use in the factory
Energy efficiency and use of renewable energy is becoming more and more vital for manufacturers as energy prices and consumption continues to rise. This workshop will provide considerations and strategies for improving energy efficiency in the factory.
Facilitator: Carbon Friendly Enterprises.
Internet of Things: data capture and simple solutions for improved business efficiency
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects embedded with electronics, software, sensors and network connectivity that enables the collection and exchange of data. This workshop will discuss the possibilities for using IoT devices to enable improved business performance and better decision making from increased data collection.
Facilitators: Leap Australia Pty Ltd, TAFE North and Designworks.
11.30 am-1.00 pm
Automation, robotics and the factory of the future
Technology is enabling and accelerating the transition to fully automated production facilities. The challenge for manufacturers is understanding the capability of technology to gain the most benefit. This workshop will focus on the adoption of robotics, focusing on the benefits, implications and steps required to make it happen.
Facilitator: Freelance Robotics Pty Ltd.
Design and prototyping solutions for product development
Several disruptive fabrication technologies, combined with 3D digital design, are revolutionising how industry (and consumers) develop, prototype and manufacture products. This workshop will examine this range of available fabrication technologies, the importance of getting the design right and how to choose the right technology in prototyping.
Facilitators: Advanced Design and Prototyping Institute, Griffith University.
Networking lunch and panel discussion
1.00 pm-2.00 pm
Join our workshop facilitators for a lively discussion on choosing the right technology to suit your business need, touching on the importance of being cyber secure and skill considerations of adopting new technology.
Facilitator: Australian Industry Group.
Cost is $30 per person and workshop places are limited.
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