Events

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10:00 am Augmented Reality in the Strategic Enterprise (ARise '15)

Augmented Reality in the Strategic Enterprise (ARise) is designed to address the needs of organizations evaluating and planning to accelerate their enterprises with Augmented Reality (AR).

Targeted at C-level executives and industry influencers, ARise facilitates knowledge transfer between members of the AR for Enterprise Alliance (AREA)— all of whom are actively involved with enterprise and industrial AR — and those evaluating the use cases, introduction strategies and ROI.

If you are considering how AR-enhanced information visualization components will improve your business workflows, attend ARise to meet with and hear from experts who have hands-on experience with AR-assisted enterprise development and deployment.

== Preliminary Agenda ==

Time Topics Contributing Organizations
10:00 AM Introductions AR for Enterprise Alliance, iQagent
10:30 AM How to choose enterprise use cases for AR introduction NGRAIN, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)
11:30 AM How to prepare enterprise data for AR use Design Mill
12:15 PM Lunch and AREA member demonstrations
1:30 PM How to select and train enterprise AR users Newport News Shipbuilding
2:00 PM How to measure enterprise AR impacts DAQRI, Boeing
3:00 PM How to introduce hands-free personal displays into enterprise Augmate, APX Labs
3:30 PM How to manage enterprise AR safety and risks Boeing, IEEE, Talent Swarm
4:15 PM How to expand AR adoption CN2 Technology, Bosch, NGRAIN, EPRI, Design Mill, Newport News Shipbuilding, DAQRI, APX Labs, Boeing, IEEE, Talent Swarm
5:00 PM Close

Additional details will be available upon launch of the portal of the AR for Enterprise Alliance (AREA) on May 19, 2015. Stay Tuned!

Have questions about Augmented Reality in the Strategic Enterprise (ARise ’15)?
Contact The AR for Enterprise Alliance (AREA)

Location
AMRC Knowledge Centre, S60 5WG

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9:00 am CIRP Research Affiliate Workshop 2015

The CIRP Research Affiliate Workshop 2015 is to be held at the AMRC on July 6-7, 2015.

CIRP (College International pour la Recherche en Productique / The International Academy for Production Engineering) is the world leading organisation in production engineering research and is at the forefront of design, optimisation, control and management of processes, machines and systems.

The objective of the Research Affiliates program is to create, develop, and promote a sustainable, CIRP-related, network of outstanding young researchers in the field of production engineering.

The main goals of this workshop are to present technical works to encourage collaborations among the Research Affiliates and to develop a collaborative workshop.

Click here to go to the workshop page >>

Location
AMRC, Knowledge Transfer Centre, S60 5WG

9:00 am CIRP Research Affiliate Workshop 2015

The CIRP Research Affiliate Workshop 2015 is to be held at the AMRC on July 6-7, 2015.

CIRP (College International pour la Recherche en Productique / The International Academy for Production Engineering) is the world leading organisation in production engineering research and is at the forefront of design, optimisation, control and management of processes, machines and systems.

The objective of the Research Affiliates program is to create, develop, and promote a sustainable, CIRP-related, network of outstanding young researchers in the field of production engineering.

The main goals of this workshop are to present technical works to encourage collaborations among the Research Affiliates and to develop a collaborative workshop.

Click here to go to the workshop page >>

Location
AMRC, Knowledge Transfer Centre, S60 5WG

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9:00 am AMRC Forum: Industry 4.0 - What does it really mean for manufacturers?

The rapidly increasing number of connected devices used throughout the manufacturing process, coupled with availability of high-speed Ethernet networks, wireless communications and Internet connectivity enable high volumes of data from individual devices to be made widely available to enhance manufacturing operations.

Industry observers are labelling the integration of this data into manufacturing, logistics and industrial processes as ‘Industry 4.0’ or ‘the Internet of Things’, with some even claiming that it heralds a fourth industrial revolution.

Join us at our next AMRC Forum event on Thursday 16 July 2015 to understand if these titles offer new opportunities for manufacturing businesses or are simply new labels for
technologies and techniques that are already being used to optimise operations through device intelligence.

For more information and details of how to book download the flyer.

Location
Knowledge Transfer Centre (KTC), Rotherham

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