17 Aug 2020
Ref No.: 170820 (2)
Dear Valued ASPRI Members,
[Free Webinar] Advanced Manufacturing Inaugural Webinar – An Initiative by the SCIC Advanced Manufacturing (SAM) Committee
With the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, businesses are relooking into their business models to ensure their long term business continuity and to emerge stronger post-pandemic. Supported by JTC and Singapore Polytechnic, the Singapore Chemical Industry Council (SCIC) is organising a webinar to keep members and industry partners updated on the insights of Industry 4.0. SCIC has graciously extended the invitation to all ASPRI members. Please refer to the following for the webinar details and programme schedule.
Date: 26th August 2020 (Wednesday)
Time: 2:00pm to 3:20pm
Venue: Virtual Platform
|2:00pm to 2:15pm||Welcome Message And Introduction By SCIC And JTC||SCIC Advanced Manufacturing (SAM) Committee and JTC|
|2:15pm to 2:30pm||Using Technologies To Comply With COVID-Safe Restart Criteria |
Sharing of technologies (e.g: Thermal Scanners, CCTV, Wearable tech) that could be used to ensure compliance with Safety Measures Management (SMM) and the thoughts from companies which have adopted such technologies.
|Mr Tom Madilao, Chevron Singapore Pte Ltd|
|2:30pm to 2:45pm||The WHY – Digitalisation Changes The Economics Of Manufacturing |
Digital transformation is changing the DNA of how products are manufactured. With cost reduction and advancement in industrial internet of things (IIoT) sensors, robotics & drones, advanced data analytics platforms and data connectivity, the management of manufacturing processes and maintenance strategies are rapidly changing. Digital manufacturing brings new opportunities, new levels of efficiency and cost reduction. Today, digitally smart manufacturers have a competitive advantage by adopting emerging technologies. But one needs to have a growth mindset and the willingness to start adopting the new way of thinking that digital manufacturing will bring in the long run.
|Mr Lim Keng Yang, Chevron Oronite Pte Ltd|
|2:45pm to 3:00pm||The HOW – Design Thinking For Business |
Design Thinking is a successful framework to identify the opportunities from current user experiences that can lead to innovative digitization of their activities and workflow. This session will outline the DT process that Singapore Polytechnic’s User Experience Centre had adopted with Chevron Singapore to help them map out new ways of doing work that will not only enhance operational effectiveness and efficiency, but also the engagement of the personnel involved.
|Mr Norazmi Ayob, Chevron Singapore |
Mr Aznan Abu Bakar, Singapore Polytechnic (SP)
|3:00pm to 3:10pm||What’s Next? |
This session will provide an overview of SP’s Energy & Chemicals Training Centre (ECTC), and to gather specific problem statements/pain points that participants are currently facing or on topics which participants are interested in for future webinars.
|Mr Koh Hong Wee, Centre Director of ECTC Singapore Polytechnic (SP)|
|3:10pm to 3:20pm||Q&A Session|
|3:20pm||End of Webinar|
To sign-up for the webinar, please register online via www.scic.sg or by using the QR Code / Link below. Please indicate a ‘Member of ASPRI’ beside your company name upon registration.
Registration is on a first-come-first-serve basis, and SCIC would like to request interested members to keep it to two representatives per company. You will receive a confirmation email with the link to the webinar before the session. Please complete the registration by Friday, 21 August 2020.