3D TECHX

Taking manufacturing & experience to a new level with 3D printing, AR, VR and 3D computing. Join us for 2 days of exciting discussions as we explore commercial use cases for 3D, AR & VR technology across 4 key industries: Construction, Transport, Utilities and Factories.

 

 

 

3DTECHX, Wednesday 6 September 2017

OPENING KEYNOTE PLENARY

09:10

Dyson & Singapore: Fostering technology innovation together

09:30

A digitally-enabled autonomous future: How technology will change the way we think and work

09:50

Making sense of the real use cases for emerging technology: What does the future hold?

10:10

Reserved for Title Sponsor

10:40

Speed Networking

11:00

Exhibition Visit & Networking Refreshments

3D IN CONSTRUCTION

3DTECHX
11:30

3D printing a bridge

With so many advances in 3D printing, it was only a matter of time until it was more broadly used in construction. Here, we look at some of the most exciting recent projects where 3D printing has been used to construct the material for a bridge.
3DTECHX
11:50

3D printing & robotic assembly: The future of construction?

  • Integrating 3D and robotics technology
  • Is it even possible to remove the assembly element altogether, and 3D print a fully assembled item?
  • Overcoming quality control concerns
Rob Sanchez
3DTECHX
12:10

3D building information modelling

  • How high quality, 3D BIM can help you digitally manage assets during construction
  • Using fully integrated 3D BIM to facilitate precise pre-fabrication and fast-track construction
  • Forging a link between design & planning and operations & maintenance
3DTECHX
12:30

Using VR to improve safety: The Situation Engine

  • Exposing construction workers to hazardous environments before they arrive onsite, so they can learn from mistakes
  • Using immersive learning technology to improve site safety
  • Understanding the real benefits of this technology and how it can improve your site
12:50

Exhibition Visit & Networking Lunch

3D IN TRANSPORT

3DTECHX
14:10

Enhancing passenger safety through human visualization software

THUMS (Total Human Model for Safety), developed by Toyota, is a virtual human body software that simulates human injuries brought about by vehicle collisions.
 
  • Understanding the impact of vehicle collisions on the complex nature of human body
  • Providing insights into how people instinctively react in dangerous situations
  • Turning insights into safer designs
3DTECHX
14:30

How 3D printing is driving efficiency in aviation transport

  • How 3D printing can help the aerospace industry to reduce weight and increase vehicle performance
  • What promises will 3D printing bring for connected airlines?
3DTECHX
14:50

3D maps for urban planning

  • Using 3D mapping to get a more realistic view of the city and simulate future scenarios
  • How can 3D information help planners to understand how citizens experience the city?
  • What new opportunities does 3D information offer to urban planners in developing and managing the city?

High precision smart construction: A case study

•    Connecting equipment and information to cloud-based systems to improve productivity
•    Using 3D tech to minimise construction errors when setting up sites
•    Communicating 3D constructed models to intelligent machines set up at the site to enable precise earth moving work with minimum human resource
16:10

Exhibition Visit & Networking Refreshments

CLOSING KEYNOTE PLENARY

17:00

It all starts with data: How can you make yours work for you?

17:30

Blockchain: Disruptor, Enabler or All-talk-no-action?

18:00

Networking Drinks Reception

last published: 12/Apr/17 10:09

 

3DTECHX, Thursday 7 September 2017

KEYNOTE PLENARY

08:50

Chair’s opening remarks

09:00

Drone delivery: Will we see true commercial deployment?

09:40

Reserved for Platinum Sponsor

10:00

Exhibition Visit & Networking Refreshments

10:50

Roundtable Discussion Session

Now’s your chance to get really interactive, simply pick a table and join the debate. Each table will run for two iterations, giving you the chance to enjoy two roundtables.
12:20

Exhibition Visit & Networking Lunch

3D IN UTILITIES

3DTECHX
13:40

Visualising a Smart Power Plant with Hololens Technology

  • Creating interactive 3D models of plant equipment
  • Obtaining virtual estimates relating to remote maintenance of smart power plants
  • Managing future demand and improving energy efficiency 
3DTECHX
14:00

Mapping the potential of solar power with 3D models

  • Using 3D models to identify a city’s solar energy potential
  • Undertaking solar energy forecasts to identify suitable areas for solar panel installation
3DTECHX
14:20

3D in plant modelling and design

  • Minimising costly mistakes by using complex component visualisation during the construction phase
  • How can 3D models help to overcome challenges during the design and conceptualisation phases?
  • What efficiency and cost savings can be achieved?

3D IN THE FACTORY (1)

Nicholas Yeo
3DTECHX
14:40

Understanding the applications of VR technology for your factory

With AR & VR technology sales forecast to hit $150 billion by 2020, how can you apply this technology to your manufacturing process? Join this session as we consider applications in materials handling, remote maintenance, augmented assembly, inspection & more.
3DTECHX
15:00

Turning your factory into a marketing tool using VR

•    Rather than just talking about the quality of your manufacturing, you can use VR technology to showcase it
•    Creating an immersive look into the manufacturing process for your customers
 
3DTECHX
15:20

Using VR to improve efficiency

A look at how integrating VR technology into your factory to create an immersive and interactive environment can help streamline your production.
15:40

Exhibition Visit & Networking Refreshments

3D IN THE FACTORY (2)

3DTECHX
16:10

The 3D-printed car: What’s next?

•    Reducing your lead time and development processes with 3D printing
•    Investigating the adoption of co-creation partnership models with suppliers and customers
•    Discovering the potential for implementing co-creation and micro-manufacturing in Asia 
3DTECHX
16:30

Changing the manufacturing landscape with 3D printing

•    3D printing on-demand – how can this change the way manufacturing companies operate, especially at the prototyping stage?
•    What are the advantages over traditional manufacturing?
•    If there’s serious opportunity for small batch orders, is the same opportunity there for huge orders?
3DTECHX
16:50

Changing the role of software in the invention of form: Dreamcatcher

•    Changing the way you design your manufacturing process
•    Synthesising alternative design solutions for comparison
•    Space design visualisation

Close of TECHX 2017

last published: 12/Apr/17 10:10

 

 

 

 

For speaking opportunities, contact Emily Chong at Emily.chong@terrapinn.com or +65 6322 2339