The 24th International Machine Tools and Metalworking Technology Exhibition
 23 - 26 May 2018 • Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) • Kuala Lumpur Malaysia  


Opening Hours:
Wednesday - Friday, 23 - 25 May - 10:00 - 18:00
Saturday, 26 May - 10:00 - 17:00

Industrial Seminar - Day 1

Notice:
All the programme is subject to confirmation. The Organiser reserves the right to change the conference date, speakers and programme content should circumstances so require. 
Seminar Programme last updated: Monday 26 March 2018

AR/VR Experience Day - Industrial Use of Augmented and Virtual Reality

Must Attend Seminar!
By: Fraunhofer IEM, Media and Game Innovation Centre of Excellence (MaGICX) and Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM), Motiofixo Sdn. Bhd.
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Augmented and Virtual Reality are on a triumphal procession. The reasons for this are the technological maturity and the decreasing costs of mobile high-performance devices. These are, for example, high-performance AR and VR glasses, which are increasingly being discussed and used in the age of Industry 4.0. With the Experience Day on the 23rd at METALTECH, the hosts will provide valuable expert presentations on the use of AR and VR glasses in manufacturing companies. Participants of the event have the opportunity to try out the latest devices and discuss them with the top experts in lively discussions. This enables participants to obtain concrete suggestions for the use of the technologies in their own company.
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(Keynote Address) Industry 4.0 - From the Idea to Implementation

Dr.-Ing. Arno Kühn
Head of Product and Production Management
Fraunhofer-Institute for Mechatronic Systems Design IEM
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The networking of virtual and real production has been steadily increasing for years. In Germany, this leads to fascinating perspectives that are summarized under the term Industry 4.0, where intelligent technical systems form the basis for. The keynote contains background information on Industry 4.0. In addition to past developments and current trends in Industry 4.0, application examples from the German Leading Edge Cluster it´s owl will be presented.   

Back to Basics - Removing the Confusion from the Industry 4.0 Discussion

Mr. Todd Abraham
Director Business Development, MBA
Monitor ERP System Sdn. Bhd.
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With new  technology for manufacturing and data analysis coming online at an exponential rate, Small & Medium size manufacturing companies are feeling overwhelmed with the seeming large task of keeping pace with the ever growing globally connected competitive landscape.  
 
Monikers such as Factory of the Future or Industry 4.0 create buzz and a fee of missing out mentality.  This phenomena can often cause manufacturers to lose sight of what is most important, maintaining or increase flow and profitability in your production business. This talk will help remove the confusion, and bring the focus back to the basics, and discuss the new way to plan for success in manufacturing. 
 

Optimizing Casting Processes Through Autonomous Engineering

Mr. Rachmat Santoso
CAE Implementation Manager
MAGMA Engineering Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
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Productivity is one of the main objectives in the Industry 4.0 revolution. MAGMA is one of the early adopters, implementing this idea practically with optimization features which help to understand and autonomously improve existing processes in the metal casting and manufacturing world. We will showcase how one of our customers overcame production challenges in their brake disc part. 
  

Making Your Business Data & Model Centric

Mr. Low Hock Chuan
Solution Consultant
Dassault Systèmes Asia Pacific South
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In an increasingly connected world, your company design IP and processes need to become data-driven and model-based. This will form a firm foundation for a seamless transition to Industry 4.0. Learn about how the Dassault Systemes SOLIDWORKS innovation platform helps the digital transformation of your business/industry. 

Industry 4.0 Starter Kit for Connected Manufacturing

Mr. Igor Kabakov
Dipl. Engineer, Senior Sales Manager
Bosch Rexroth Malaysia
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In a connected manufacturing environment, intelligent machines can communicate and interact with each other in both greenfield and brownfield environments. Connectivity is a MUST to demonstrate the features of Internet of Things. During this session it will be presented on how one can upgrade new and existing machines with IoT and get started with connectivity in manufacturing operations.
 
  

Fourth Industrial Revolution: How Smart Machines will Transform Everything We Know and Make Sense of it

Ir. Dr. Chee-Fai TAN AMN
Chief Technical
Robolab Technology Sdn. Bhd.
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The emerging technologies has changed the engineering environment in the fast pace. The emerging technologies, such as cloud computing, internet of things, wireless sensor network, big data and artificial intelligence are starting to be implemented into manufacturing industries and it is believed to be approaching. The advances of science and technology continuously support the development of industrialization all over the world. From a technological evolution perspective, there are four stages commonly identified for industrial revolution. The first three industrial revolutions took place in around two centuries, and are the result of, respectively: (1) the usage of wind, water and steam energy to power the machinery; (2) the introduction of electrical into manufacturing line for mass production; and (3) the use of automation technology for the manufacturing line. Now, the fourth industrial revolution is emerging in a fast pace. The Malaysian manufacturing industry is need to transform towards fourth industrial revolution in order to strengthen their competitiveness internationally. In this talk, the speaker will describe the advantage of intelligent manufacturing systems and how it will benefit the manufacturing industry by increasing their productivity, competitiveness and profitability.
 

Government Facilitation for the Machinery and Automation Industry

En Mohd Zulkafli bin Ismail
Executive Director, Manufacturing Development (Non-Resources)
Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA)
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The Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) is the government's principal agency for the promotion of the manufacturing and services sectors in Malaysia. 
 
MIDA assists companies which intend to invest in the manufacturing and services sectors, as well as facilitates the implementation of their projects. MIDA is also providing incentives for manufacturing of machinery & equipment as well as automation initiatives by industry moving towards smart manufacturing.
 

Machine Vision System in Industry 4.0

Ir. Dr. Kenny Ang Teoh Ong
Director
Control Easy Technology Sdn Bhd
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Machine Vision System are widely used in Medical, Semiconductor/Electronic, Automotive, Food & Beverage, Packaging and Printing industry particularly in Quality products inspections.  Today we all see the revolution in the manufacturing world which is Industry 4.0, or IOT, "The Industrial Internet of Things." Industry 4.0 refers to a set of emerging innovations in advanced Automation + IOT which comprise machine vision, Big Data(sensors), cloud computing and machine learning . The Matrox imaging software can collect camera inspection data and send to data centre or cloud for analysis such as production trend, analysis report and preventive maintenance with some AI (artificial intelligence) algorithm. The main objectives of Industry 4.0 are to increase production efficiency, reduce waste, refine product quality, enhance manufacturing flexibility, decrease operating costs and down-time.
 
 
  

Automation & Modernization Financing Towards Industrial Revolution 4.0

En. Norazlan Zakaria
Head of Marketing, Marketing & Market Development Department, Development Finance Division
Malaysian Industry Development Finance Berhad (MIDF)
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MIDF provides financing assistance for manufacturers to upgrade and automate their production facilities. MIDF provides financing for purchase of new machinery and equipment including costs related to the automation investment such as consultancy, training, designing, fabrication and installation. The financing profit rate is low at 4% per annum. The financing tenure for machinery or equipment financing is up to 10 years inclusive of Grace Period of up to 3 years.
 
 
  

Industry 4.0 is Changing Design and Manufacturing Methodologies

Mr. Martin Stefan Mueller
Technical Manager
Mawea Industries Sdn Bhd (A Member of IME Group of Companies)
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Industry 4.0 has gained momentum and governments around the world defining initiatives and programs to support the industry to become more effective and productive. However Industry 4.0 is more than adopting technology, it focus on the methodology as well. Design and manufacturing methodologies will change and being supported by available technology. Companies need to understand that the way how we work and how we are producing a product will create new opportunities and business models. The impact of Industry 4.0 is not only on the technology it is also on our methods and processes as well as on our mind set. Creative and innovative solution will make the difference for the future growth of a business.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  

IIOT – The Solutions for the Digital Future

Mr. McCoy Chung
Sales Engineer of B&R Malaysia
B&R Industrial Automation Pte Ltd
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The IIoT will revolutionize manufacturing by enabling the acquisition and accessibility of far greater amounts of data, at far greater speeds, and far more efficiently than before. Integration of all communication from the ERP level to the field level is an essential requirement for today's most advanced production systems. To bridge the divide between IT and automation, plant operators are increasingly turning to the IIOT standard
 
a) The Benefits of IioT
b) IIoT Protocols
c) Challenges of the IIoT – Brownfield and Security
d) The Future of the IioT
 
  

Factory Transformation to Industrial 4.0 with IIOT (Application case study)

Mr. Lok Kah Fai
Managing Director
Kaize Invent Sdn. Bhd.
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Industrial 4.0 has gained momentum from governments and private sector all around the world to push forward its technology to have more effective and productive economic outcome. What truly is industrial 4.0? Breaking down the fundamental core of manufacturing from layers of complexity to understand the impact of industrial 4.0 technology. Zoom into the details how technology overcome difficulties  of manufacturer to drive high yield, low cost and lean manufacturing. Industrial 4.0 is a revolution to the manufacturing scene to unleash the modern industry productivity. This bring in the case studies implementation of different situation with impact from operation to business decision.