30 January 2019 | British Motor Museum, Gaydon, UK
The 2018 roundtables saw participants discuss five key AV topics: Skills, Content Generation, Business Barriers, Augmented Reality and Use of Immersive in Manufacturing.
About the event
In January 2019 the IET, along with the High Value Manufacturing Catapult (HVMC) and Immerse UK will host the third annual Applied Visualisation Forum at the British Motor Museum in Gaydon.
The event brings together engineers, practitioners, researchers and technology providers from across various industry sectors to share expertise and best practice.
The focus this year will be around the digital twin, a term that is appearing more and more often online, in media, and in academic journals. While many people have heard this, not many people might know exactly what it is and we will aim to demystify its use and application during the day.
The day will also focus on roadmapping activities which are critical to bringing industrial relevance to the direction of HVM Catapult R&D, and will both help to shape the HVM Catapult research strategy, in the field of applied visualisation.
- Prof. Robin W Scott - Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre
- Alex Harvey - RiVR
- Martin Leeming - TrakRap
- James Graves - BAE Systems
- Andrew Joynes - Siemens Industry Software
Who should attend?
This forum is tailored for industry practitioners, researchers, technology providers, and those looking to apply various forms of visualisation solutions in their businesses.