FMM Factory Automation Conference 2013

When: Tue, October 29, 8am – Wed, October 30, 5pm, 2013
Where: Concorde Hotel, Shah Alam, Malaysia
Admission: MYR 1480
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The robot density in Malaysia of 22 units per 10,000 employees is still far below the global average of 55 units per 10,000 employees. South Korea which has the highest robot density in the world recorded its use of robotics at 347 units per 10,000 employees in year 2012.

FMM with the support of Malaysia Automation Technology Association (MATA) is pleased to organise the 2-day FMM Factory Automation Conference 2013 to address the concerns of SMEs in implementing automation in their companies. Topics include:
  • Towards an Advanced Manufacturing Industry - Datuk Phang Ah Tong, MIDA
  • Factory Automation in Malaysia: Trends and Outlook - Tiong Khe Hock, MATA
  • Why SMEs Need to Automate - Mohd Rithaudden Makip, SME Corp
  • How to Implement an Automation Project Successfully - Chua Kee Moh, Bastanika
  • Successful Factory Automation Case Studies - Chu Chee Seng, Vepro et al
  • Digital Manufacturing: Prevention Is Better Than Cure - Emily Kow, MAWEA
  • Should Factories Invest in Automation During Economic Slowdown? - Panel
  • Technologies for Low Cost Automation in Manufacturing - Jeeven, SMC Pneumatics
  • Flexible Machining Cell and Robotics - Steven Lim, ABB Malaysia
  • Automated Inspection For High Quality Assembly - Teoh Tuan Ka, IME Technology
  • Government Support and Incentives - Suhaimi bin Hamzah, MOSTI
  • Automation versus Foreign Workers - Panel

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