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Created by metalheads for metalheads – join us for practical conversations that get to the nuts and bolts of the metals industry here in New Zealand. Connect with leaders & experts from across the globe who talk overcoming key industry challenges, and influencers who cast their eyes to the future. Perfect if you’re time poor but want to keep your finger on the pulse. Prepare to be challenged, informed & inspired!
English
United States
17 episodes
since March 27, 2019

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In this episode of Stirring the Pot, we talk with Professor Chris Cook who is the Former Executive Dean of Engineering at the University of Wollongong in Sydney, Australia. He was involved with the Facility for Intelligent Fabrication - who deliver expertise, technology, equipment and training in automating steel fabrication to help manufacturing businesses adapt and compete. Their knowledge and resources drawing on decades of research-based welding and automation expertise and training. He also was part of a trip to New Zealand with colleague John Norrish to identify opportunities for improvement and automation at some of our member companies. Conducting audits and offering in-depth insight into the latest developments in the field of welding automation while here. This podcast i great if you want to explore smarter ways of doing things, IP concerns, examples of automation in action and more.     Connect with Chris LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-cook-4096881/ Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/350285397   Join our automation innovation cluster Contact our Welding and Research Engineer, Holger Heinzel: [email protected] Read more about our automation cluster works: https://www.hera.org.nz/automation-defence-clusters/   Learn more about automation & join us at our 20/20 Vision this 21 February 2020! Register: https://www.hera.org.nz/event/futureforum-2020/ Got a question? Email Brian: [email protected]
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