‘Human Factors in Future Manufacturing’ is a one day event, organised by the CIEHF, to be held at the prestigious new Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) ‘Factory 2050’ digital research facility in Sheffield.
The event aims to bring together ergonomics and human factors practitioners with engineers and industrialists interested in the human issues of future manufacturing through a series of presentations, discussions and tours of the AMRC facility.
There is no doubt that future manufacturing will involve greater digitisation, automation and augmented technologies. These exciting developments are already beginning to transform industrial working environments and methods. Supporting these transitions, particularly by uniting multidisciplinary interests, is the CIEHF Manufacturing Sector Group, led by Dr Sarah Fletcher of Cranfield University.
We are pleased to announce the programme as follows:
09:30 Introduction: Steve Barraclough, CIEHF
09:55 Opening address: Ben Morgan, head of the Integrated Manufacturing Group, AMRC
10:15 Presentation: The inevitability of human factors in the cyber-physical world of future manufacturing, Murray Sinclair, Loughborough University
11:30 Presentation: Real time posture assessment tool for ergonomic risk assessment of shop floor activities, Chika Edith Mgbemena, Cranfield University
12:15 Presentation: The importance of stakeholder engagement during technology change initiatives, Helen Gagg, Hu-Tech Human Factors
14:00 Presentation: Motion sickness in relation to working alongside conveyor belts, Corinne Parsons, Royal Mail
14:45 Presentation: How can augmented reality help operators on the shop floor? Michael Lewis, AMRC
15:50 Discussion & tours
Places are limited so book your place below now. All CIEHF members will be emailed a 25% discount code (40% for Student Members).