How Immersive Virtual Reality Technology can give your innovations a competitive advantage
Start date: 12/06/2014
Cost: Please register via booking Link
Please do not use our postcode use CV7 9RD or the following GPS coordinates: 52.432886, -1.413288
Who is the day for?
Manufacturing Design Engineers, Operational Directors and Managers, Innovation Managers, Creative Directors, Virtual Reality Specialists, Programme Managers, Studio Managers, Strategists and Technologists. Any decision maker who wants to learn more about how they can use immersive environments and virtual reality to increase their competitive advantage, improve operational efficiencies and factory layouts, improve collaborative working and reduce their programme development costs. The size of your organisation isn’t the key criterion, your need to innovate is.
What will you learn?
As optimising innovation & efficiency capabilities become more complex and expensive to embed into organisations, new technologies can be deployed to accelerate and transform how your value chain performs. This creates a quality and intensity of collaborative learning that delivers significant new layers of business improvement and commercial impact.
The format of the day
The day will run from 10.00am until 4.00pm with a buffet lunch provided. Participants will be put into groups who will then rotate through a set of different experiences.
If you wish to register for this event please complete the online booking form. If you have any queries please contact us via the event hotline on 01332 224500.
- 09.30 Registrations & Networking
- 10:00 Welcome and Introduction to the MTC & Holovis Clive Hickman CEO of MTC
- 10.15 The benefits of VR for Manufacturing (inc Casim elevator pitch = 3 CASiM² slides)
- 10.35 Introduction and speakers then available in The Street
Patents & IP – Top tips for Protection – Robin Oxley, Marks & Clerk
LLP R&D Tax Credits – Top tips and savings able to be made – Hayley Kemp, Howarth Lynch
- 10.45 System Tours
The MTC CAVE
Driver Simulator In A Dome
Mobile CAVE Technology
Domes And Immersive Learning
Interactivity In A Small Dome Environment
- 13.15 Networking Lunch outside Tilly Shilling
University of Birmingham to have a plasma screen in The Street demonstrating Modelling & Simulation activities
Howarth Lynch (R&D Tax Credits & Patentbox) to be available for 121 meetings
Marks & Clerk (IP Protection) to be available for 121 meeting
- 14.00 Integrating VR into J/LR Brian Waterfield
- 14.30 Holovis Technology Stuart Hetherington
- 15.00 Learns Q&A Panel
- 15.30 Open Networking and Close