02 Aug Boost Machine Efficiency with Advanced Tool Monitoring
In this insightful webinar, “Advanced Machine Tool Monitoring using Machine Data and Low-Cost Sensors”, Chris Judge, the Head of Machining Technologies at Irish Manufacturing Research (IMR), and Paul Moisy, Project Manager at Dawnlough Ltd, explore the transformation of manufacturing processes through the deployment of low-cost sensors and controller data acquisition solutions.
Hear firsthand how multiple research partnership projects between IMR and Dawnlough are offering unique insights into the manufacturing process, and driving employee engagement with production monitoring systems. Dive into the real-world application of these technologies, demonstrated by Dawnlough’s own experience, which has had a significant impact on key performance indicators (KPIs), including a remarkable increase in machine efficiency by 24%.
Watch this captivating discussion that blends theory, real-life case studies, and expert insights, all aimed at demystifying the future of manufacturing in the era of digitisation and Industry 4.0. This webinar is a must-watch for anyone invested in the manufacturing sector, looking to stay competitive in their market sector.
Chris Judge, Head of Machining Technologies, IMR
Chris is the Head of Machining Technologies at Irish Manufacturing Research. His expertise lies in his experience growing an advanced technology and modern precision engineering company in a fast-paced environment. Chris has extensive experience within the precision engineering sector working with technologies from CNC machining, and abrasive waterjet cutting to EDM. Researches and implements new and emerging technologies to ensure companies always stay competitive in their market sector. Chris is currently leading a number of research programs and is involved in EU-funded research programs within the Irish precision engineering space.
Paul Moisy, Project Manager, Dawnlough
Paul is a mechanical engineer with experience in process design and implementation within the manufacturing sector. He is currently investigating contemporary process development and integration methodologies, aimed at facilitating Industry 4.0 growth within organisations. Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) and big data form a key focus for his work. Paul works for Dawnlough Ltd, an aerospace and medical device manufacturing company on the west coast of Ireland, where he works closely with the leadership team to target, plan and manage strategic process / cultural change control within the organisation.
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