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IPA Collective Showcase | Improving Process Capability

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IPA Collective National Showcase

Many organisations wish to improve their factory or process capability, it has been a goal for decades, with organisations investing heavily in programs based around the Toyota principles, such as LEAN, Six Sigma and others. We now talk about Industry 4.0 and artificial intelligence, as being the silver bullet for the future.

In this workshop, we will explore some of the fundamentals of improving process capability, through a series of presentations in a storyboard format. The presenters are part of our IPA Collective program, which brings together leading industry experts from around Australia.

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Our Storyboard begins with building the foundations and progresses through to creating visibility through enterprise solutions.

Agenda:

  • 8:00 am | Registration
  • 8:15 am | Event starts
    • Welcome to Country
    • Introductions
  • 8:30 am | Efficiency Works
    • The building blocks of continuous improvement, are a non-negotiable today. What are the baseline requirements of a successful organisation in 2024?
  • 9:15 am | Realise Potential
    • What do we know about SMART factories, where do we start and what can we achieve?
  • 10:00 am | Morning tea
  • 10:30 am | JH Tester
    • How do we get the best out of automation and robotics as part of our integrated processes, what works and where are the real benefits?
  • 11:15 am | Factory AI
    • Reliability of equipment is a critical element of process capability and machine learning is at the forefront of this utilising Ai integrated tools and equipment.
  • 12.00 pm | Lunch
  • 12:45 pm | Sologic
    • In an age of industry 4.0 and AI and other technologies, why is Problem Solving still relevant, and how can we utilise this tool into the future?
  • 1:30 pm | Unifii
    • Bringing your data together to create a clearer picture and visibility of what is happening in real-time. Looking at how this is an integral part of process capability.
  • 2:15 pm | Afternoon tea and networking
  • 3:00 pm | Close






Our Presenters: 
   



    Doug Mottram    
    Efficiency Works

    LinkedIn Profile
   

Doug Mottram has 28 years of practical experience delivering Continuous Improvement / Lean programs via Business Improvement Management positions with Sebel, Aristocrat, Air Services Australia, Bredero Shaw, and Weir Minerals. For the past six years, Doug has been sharing his expertise as a Continuous Improvement Consultant and Trainer most recently for Efficiency Works.

A Fitter Machinist by trade, Doug holds an MBA and is a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Master Black Belt.


    John Broadbent    
    Realise Potential

    LinkedIn Profile
   

John has over 48 years’ experience in manufacturing with the last 25 years dedicated to helping manufacturers of all sizes utilise smart factory concepts. In more recent times he’s become somewhat of an Industry 4.0 evangelist, and his passion and experience are valued by manufacturers, both locally and overseas. He also supports manufacturers with developing implementation roadmaps as an independent advisor, as well as presenting educational keynotes and workshops to manufacturers, industry bodies and institutions such as universities.



    Jason Norris    
    JH Tester

    LinkedIn Profile
   

Having 23 years of expertise in driving solution-based sales and spearheading market growth, Jason Norris is a seasoned Solutions Manager passionate about revolutionising industry, with automation solutions, and leveraging AI technology.

His extensive experience and core values facilitate innovative strategies that propel businesses into the future whilst transforming challenges into opportunities for our client's success.


    Tim Cheung    
    Factory AI

    LinkedIn Profile
   

Tim serves as the Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer at Factory AI, where his expertise and leadership drive the development of innovative solutions tailored to address customers' reliability challenges. With a background as a Solutions Architect at AWS, Tim provided invaluable guidance to C-suite executives across a spectrum of industries including Energy, Utilities, Automotive, Manufacturing, and Construction, facilitating their transition to cloud-based technologies. Passionate about both technology and family, Tim enjoys crafting the perfect cup of coffee and cherishes his role as a soon-to-be father of three.



    Peter Horsburgh    
    Sologic

    LinkedIn Profile
   

Peter is an Engineer, manager and leader with a passion for machine reliability. He has been an engineer for over 20 years working with plant in the mining, smelting and power generation industries. He has holds a mechanical engineering degree and masters of business administration (MBA). He is a speaker, author, and founder of Reliabilityextranet.com, managing director of Sologic Australasia Pty and Sorba.ai APAC Pty Ltd. Outside of his work he flies aeroplanes and could fly and aeroplane solo before he could drive a car by himself. He has won the Australian Light Aircraft championships in 2017 and represented Australia for the Royal Federation of Aeroclubs. He has two sons, and together they have a hobby of restoring cars, and their latest project is a Mazda RX-8 Rotary. The family's first rotary powered car.


    Stu Cameron   
    Unifii

    LinkedIn Profile
   

Stu Cameron is the Founder and CEO of Unifii, Australia’s leading software company specialising in business improvement and operational excellence for large-scale, operationally-focused enterprises.  Stu is an experienced entrepreneur with a career in the media and tech industries spanning four decades including over 25 years as a Founder and CEO of three successful startups with deep experience as a business leader and technology evangelist.  Stu is MBA qualified, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management and a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Registration Details:

  • Registrations close 7 days before the event date. 
  • Registrations are based on a "first come, first served" basis. 
  • Please select the appropriate ticket type depending on your membership status.

Who should attend?
This is open to a broad range of business personnel, Site Managers, Operations, Production, Continuous Improvement, Maintenance, Engineering or anyone looking to improve their process capability. 

When do I need to register?
Registrations close seven days before the event date. 

Who can I contact for further information? 

Samantha Jeffrey

     
     
Samantha Jeffrey | National Engagement & Events Manager
     samantha@industrypartners.com.au 
     0438 058 823


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