The usefulness of energy monitoring in manufacturing rests on a single premise – the energy data must sufficiently captured fine dynamics of process and production variations. However, depending on data resolution, a typical manufacturing process can generate millions of energy data in one day.
While big data analytics deals with the mining of useful information, efficient and cost effective storing, rapid access and ubiquitous reporting is still a challenge. Today, they are abundant of energy data in shop floor awaits to be mined. Together with big data analytic technologies, Internet of Things has emerged as one of the promising solutions for energy efficiency. The seminar is targeted to managers, engineers, energy leaders, and consultants who wish to help their companies or clients to be more efficient in operations, while saving energy.
- 8.15am - Registration & Breakfast
- 9.00am - Welcome and Seminar Introduction Energy Efficiency in Manufacturing -Monitoring, Analysis, Planning & Solutions by Dr Jenny Ang, EE Initiative Lead, SMC, SIMTech
- 9.20am Internet of Things and Services as Enabler for Energy Efficiency in Manufacturing by Prof Christoph Hermann, Professor, Technical University of Brunswick, Germany
- 10.00am Cyberspace Energy Monitoring System by Mr Kenneth Lee, Founder and CTO, Green Koncepts Pte Ltd
- 10.30am Coffee Break & Networking
- 11.00am Energy Efficiency Machine Libraries – An Overview by Dr Ian Chan, SIMTech
- 11.20am Monitoring Energy Efficiency in Grinding by Dr Liu Feng, SIMTech
- 11.40am Reducing Energy Consumption in Machining by Dr Ampara Aramcharoen, SIMTech
- 12.00pm Energy Efficient Welding by Mr Pan Dayou, SIMTech
- 12.20pm Lunch and Networking
- 1.30pm End
For general enquiries, please contact Ms Sam Sukiyama Chan at 6793 8423, firstname.lastname@example.org
For technical enquiries, please contact Mr Lee Hock Wee at 6793 8456, hwlee@SIMTech.a-star.edu.sg