ROBO TECHX

 

 

 

ROBOTECHX, 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

ROBOTICS IN TRANSPORT

ROBOTECHX
11:30

Driverless cars: Where are we now and where are we heading?

  • How will driverless cars change the business model of automotive companies?
  • How are manufacturers responding to the advent of driverless cars?
  • How is the automotive industry innovating to keep up?
ROBOTECHX
11:50

Driverless pods: Serving first-and last-mile connectivity

  • How effective are driverless pods in facilitating first-and last-mile connectivity?
  • What are the limitations in their implementation? 
  • Can we expect wider roll-out of driverless pods?
ROBOTECHX
12:10

Innovative uses of drones in aircraft maintenance

  • Using drones to mitigate costs and reduce time spent on maintenance
  • Cutting down inspection timeframe by more than half
  • Will we see wider adoption in the future?
12:50

Exhibition Visit & Networking Lunch

ROBOTICS IN AGRICULTURE

ROBOTECHX
14:10

Using robotics help to improve rice yield

•    Reducing months of work to days with the help of an agribot 
•    Streamlining the labour-intensive transplanting and harvesting process in rice farming
•    Using durable robotics to help in plantation regardless of weather and terrain conditions
ROBOTECHX
14:30

The Robot Cowboy: Autonomous robotics to monitor and herd farm animals

•    Using robotics technology for remote livestock herding 
•    Frequent & effective remote herd monitoring 
•    Navigating bumpy terrain to help guiding herds away from potential hazard 
ROBOTECHX
14:50

Using robots in regenerative agriculture

•    Using sensors to maintain drip irrigation systems in holistic agriculture management
•    Building automated shades which can moderate sunlight radiation according to the weather 
•    Promoting indoor farming as an alternative to outdoor farming 

ROBOTICS IN UTILITIES

ROBOTECHX
15:10

The Drone Inspector: Using drone technology for inspecting electricity and gas infrastructure

  • Using safety drones to monitor electric infrastructure in hard-to-reach areas
  • What safety benefits does it yield for employees?
  • What other tasks could these drones take on, to further improve safety and reliability?
Mr Mathias Steck
ROBOTECHX
15:30

Drones for monitoring wind and solar farms

  • Has the use of drones lead to significant O&M savings?
  • How can drones complement current wind turbine O&M practices?
  • Are drones on the way to becoming the key surveying and O&M instrument of the future?
Mr Mathias Steck, EVP APAC, Energy & Renewables Advisory, DNV GL
Teong Beng Koay
ROBOTECHX
15:50

Using robotic swans for water monitoring

  •  How do robotic swans help water authorities to navigate the logistical challenge of physically collecting samples from huge bodies of water?
  • Tapping the potential of the system to adapt to various environmental challenges
Teong Beng Koay, Research Associate, Acoustic Research Lab, Tropical Marine Science Institute, National University of Singapore
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: 27/Mar/17 04:17

 

ROBOTECHX, Thursday 7 September 2017

OPENING 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

ROBOTICS IN THE FACTORY

ROBOTECHX
13:40

Creating a truly connected factory: Connecting 60,000 devices and robots to a central data management system

•    Connecting thousands of devices to back-end monitoring systems
•    Streamlining the production management environment
•    Driving actionable insights into factory operations
ROBOTECHX
14:00

Increasing manufacturing flexibility with robotics: Changing the model in just 18 seconds

•    Setting up an ultra-flexible robotic manufacturing plant: A case study 
•    Using the “FlexLean philosophy” to streamline manufacturing
•    Speeding up your assembly line to meet your requirements without compromising on safety or performance
ROBOTECHX
14:20

Collaborative robotics: A new era of modern manufacturing

•    By 2025, the market for collaborative robotics is expected to reach $12billion, so what can they do for you?
•    Finding the right approach for integrating collaborative robotics in your manufacturing: What do you need to think about and when?
•    Safety considerations when working with collaborative robotics

ROBOTICS IN CONSTRUCTION

Rather than simply taking away jobs from workers, there is much potential for collaborative working. In this session, we explore some of those opportunities in construction.
ROBOTECHX
14:40

Working in tandem with their human counterparts: Robotics applications for construction sites

Rather than simply taking away jobs from workers, there is much potential for collaborative working. In this session, we explore some of those opportunities in construction.
ROBOTECHX
15:00

The robot site inspector

  • A pilot project in Singapore
  • Surveying cracks and uneven surfaces using cameras and laser scanners
  • Improved efficiency: It takes around half the time of a manual inspection, but is there a difference in the margin of error?
ROBOTECHX
15:20

The construction site as a manufacturing system: Integrating offsite capabilities

  • How can robotics technology help integrate offsite and onsite capabilities?
  • Creating your own inter-site supply chain
  • Using technology to link different sites
15:40

Exhibition Visit & Networking Refreshments

ROBOTICS IN LOGISTICS

ROBOTECHX
16:10

A 1,000,000 square foot logistics hub: New technology, new opportunity

LF’s new logistics facility is Singapore’s largest automated and customs bonded warehouse.
 
  • Leveraging on a suite of emerging technologies and product handling methods to improve operational efficiency
  • What are LF Logistics’ plan to tap on the vast opportunities provided by the rapid growth of Asia’s ecommerce logistics industry?
ROBOTECHX
16:30

Robotics in warehousing: More inventory, faster dispatch

  • Rapid growth of e-commerce has led to increasing demands on existing fulfilment networks
  • Deploying collaborate robots that support humans in repetitive and physically demanding tasks
  • How much room is there for the growth of goods-to-person automation?
ROBOTECHX
16:50

How robotics can open up opportunity for an ageing population in the logistics industry

  • Using robotic exoskeleton technology to enable senior workers to easily lift heavier products
  • What are the other opportunities for wearable robotics in logistics?

Close of TECHX 2017

last published: 27/Mar/17 04:18

 

 

 

 

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