Joint Member Forum between NWAA & AMRC: Digital Factories & Aerospace. 26th April 2016. AMRC Factory

05 January 2016

Inside Factory 2050

The North West Aerospace Alliance (NWAA) was formed in 1994 to represent and support the Aerospace Industry across the North West of England. NWAA represents approximately 25% of the UK aerospace industry with over 220 member companies and a combined turnover in excess of £7 Billion.

NWAA has developed considerable technical expertise to support aerospace companies through the delivery of over £20 Million of supply chain improvement programmes such as Aerospace Supply Chain Excellence (ASCE), Growing Autonomous Mission Management Applications (GAMMA) and the National Aerospace Technology Programme (NATEP).

Agenda
10:00 Registration & Coffee
10: 30 Welcome, Introductions Dr. David W. Bailey, Chief Executive, NWAA
10:45 Factory 2050 and Digital Factories Ben Morgan, Head of the Integrated Manufacturing Group, AMRC
11:10 Eugene Smethurst, Head of Process & Automation Engineering, Aecom
11:20 Coffee Break
11:40 Advances in Automated Machining Dr. Sam Turner, CTO, AMRC with Boeing
12:15 Robotic Countersinking, Austin Cook, Specialist Development Engineer, BAE Systems
12:45 Q & A Session
13:00 Lunch & Member Networking
14:00 Factory 2050 tour (1 hour)*
15:15 AMRC Site Tour (1 hour)*
*Optional

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