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Seminar Programme last updated: 9 May 2019

NMIM-SIRIM Embark Upon Metrology for Aerospace Initiatives

Dr. Mohd. Nasir Zainal Abidin
Senior Principal Metrologist – Time and Frequency (Electrical Group)
National Metrology Institute of Malaysia, NMIM – SIRIM
With the government announcing an almost 19 billion projected earnings over the aerospace initiatives towards 2023, it is imperative that whatever activities, whether they are in manufacturing or In servicing, the measurement and calibration aspects must not be ignored. Thus, is it the right moment for NMIM-SIRIM to embark upon Metrology for Aerospace? If yes, then the requirements of the local players are certainly welcome.

Industry 4.0 and its impact on the Aerospace Supply Chain

Mr. Naguib Mohd  Nor
Strand Aerospace Malaysia Sdn Bhd
While there has been emphasis on the technology aspect of the impact of Industry Revolution 4.0, the same cannot be said for the issue of changing business models. We find that the aerospace supply chain in the West has already braced themselves for the complete transformation of business models, and the supply chain in the emerging markets are only starting the journey now.

Improving Yield with Holistic Quality Inspection and Correlation

Mr. Rajdave Sidhu
Regional Product Sales Manager, Southeast Asia
Carl Zeiss Sdn. Bhd.
Technological advancements in aerospace, automotive and in their respective components are currently experiencing a robust growth, complete with unprecedented changes. Customers’ expectations are also rising. To quickly adapt to these changes, you need to equip your company with the right tools.
New generation of 3D scanners promises accuracy, speed and portability, while the advancement in X-Ray/Computed Tomography (CT) measuring systems, allows detection of defects as well as measurements of internal structures in the microns!
In verifying additive-manufactured parts, both systems offer the ability for high-speed, high-density data collection. Dimensional quality inspection via 3D scanning & X-ray/CT offers a total solution for parts with complex features and whose internal & external shape, form, and size are of interest. Nominal to actual comparison against a CAD model can be done to project the quality of the part produced.
When data from 3D scanning & CT is correlated with other technologies and finally brought together by process data analytics and statistics, you can acquire the most reliable results ultimately improving yield.

Advance Process Pressure Measurement

Chisato Torii
Fujifilm (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.
Introduction of pressure measurement film PRESCALE
Since its release in 1977, Fujifilm’s PRESCALE pressure measurement film has been used by engineers worldwide who place the highest importance on quality. Use of the film has recently increased in the electronic components industry where the precision manufacturing demands of liquid crystal displays, touch panels, smart phones, ceramic devices etc. require the performance PRESCALE provides. PRESCALE is also widely used in many other critical production processes and research & development applications. We would like to introduce specification and application examples of Prescale.

Effected DMA (District Metering Areas) network monitoring

Ms. Yeh, Yi-Chun
Sales Leader
FINETEK Co., Ltd.
The actual case study of the effectiveness of DMA network in Taiwan’s water distributing network.  The project involve with FineTek’s self-developed flow meter monitoring system and one of Tawian’s largest telecom company’s data collecting system, this leads to a more easy and in time water data collection in distributing pipes and reduces the cost for future repairing damage caused by water leakage.

Machine Vision System in Industry 4.0

Ir. Dr. Kenny Ang Teoh Ong
Director
Control Easy Technology Sdn Bhd
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

Smart Automation in Storage for Kaizen Improvement

Yan Yoke Loong
New Business Director – South East Asia, South Korea and Japan
Kardex Malaysia Sdn Bhd
Goods-to-Person Technology matching with the right Automated and Storage Retrieval system (ASRS) could provide not only space saving, but more importantly improvement in productivity. Learn how the various types of ASRS in the market is being used in the manufacturing and machinery environment.

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.
The emerging technologies have changed the manufacturing environment in the fast pace. The emerging technologies, such as cloud computing, internet of things, wireless sensor network, big data, and mobile internet are starting to be implemented into manufacturing industries and it is believed to be approaching. The advances in 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. Due to the emergent of fourth industrial revolution, many worldwide governments have initiated different national plan towards a new industrial revolution. For example, Industry 4WRD (Malaysia), Advanced Manufacturing Partnership (United States), Industrie 4.0 (German), Industrie du futur (France), Industry 4.0 (United Kingdom), Made in China2025 (China), Robot Revolution Initiate (Japan), and Smart Industry (Netherlands). In this talk, the speaker will share the latest development of the Fourth Industrial Revolution in different countries as well as related practical robot automation use cases.

Optimize Operations Using AI

Tan Tiong Ghee
IBM
Based on industry studies, the costs of poor quality in a thriving company is about 10 to 15 percent of operations. For many organizations even single digit–1% to 9%–reduction in quality costs can result in substantial savings. IBM has developed new AI capabilities to greatly reduce the number of labour hours, improve accuracy of inspections, and drive cost out of the inspection process while greatly improving yield.  These neural based technologies are flexible, adaptable and easily configurable to support all facets of the inspection and quality process.