Technology Forum: Intelligent Maintenance Systems (IMS)

Date: 29 Mar 2007 - 29 Mar 2007

Venue: Auditorium, Level 3, Tower Block

SIMTech has invited several international and local speakers to share with our local industries, real industrial implementations as well as the latest trends in intelligent maintenance systems technology. In particular, experts from the NSF’s Centre for Intelligent Maintenance System, Boeing and AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) will share their experiences on their partnerships and the benefits gained. Speakers from UK and Korea are invited. Local speakers from Alignment Tools, Micron Semiconductor, Vestas Technology Inc., NTU and SIMTech will share their challenges, vision, interpretation and case studies in intelligent maintenance systems.

Prof Jay Lee, Centre for Intelligent Maintenance Systems, University of Cincinnati, USA
Mr Howard Appleman, The Boeing Company, USA
Prof Tim Baines, Cranfield University, UK
Prof Y S Chang, Korean Aerospace University, Korea
Dr Shekar Krishnaswamy, Advanced Micro Devices, USA
Prof Robert Parkin, Loughborough University, UK
Dr K. Ramesh, Alignment Tool
Mr Mohammad Dermawan Othman, Micron Semiconductor
Dr Lim Beng Siong, SIMTech
Prof Ling Shi Fu, Nanyang Technological University
Mr Ingemann Hvas Sandvad, Vestas Technologies
Dr Zhang Jing Bing, SIMTech

Who Should Attend
Chief Technology Officers, Directors, Equipment/Maintenance Managers/Engineers, Production Managers/Engineers, Manufacturing IT Department Managers, Maintenance Service Providers, Automation Service Providers, Manufacturing Systems Researchers, Academia, System Integrators, Sensors and Instrumentation Providers.

Industrial sectors: OEM and service providers of critical equipment, lines, engines, processes and tools together with the manufacturing system, fleet, line and supply chain operators from the precision engineering, semiconductor, aerospace, automotive, power generation to the technology suppliers of sensors, instrumentations and controllers.

Free admission. All are welcome. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.