NMIS Insights Online Webinar Series

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NMIS are running a Digital Transformation series of webinars, helping manufacturers embrace digital transformation, become data driven and more productive whatever their budget.

NMIS Insights Online is a webinar series hosted by the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) to provide Scotland’s manufacturing and engineering community with a forum to hear from their world-class team of engineers, researchers and industry partners as they discuss the very latest technology developments and give an overview of the wider industrial landscape.

Low-cost Connectivity and a DIY Monitoring System

Date: Wednesday 1 February 2023

Time: 11.00 – 12.00

Hear the phrase ‘digital transformation,’ and you might think ‘big investment,’ but integrating connected systems and enjoying the benefits of big data doesn’t need to be costly.  

Join this session to learn about low-cost connectivity, its benefits, and how a fully digitised DIY system was built to automate coolant monitoring in CNC machines for under £100.  

What Next? Leveraging Digital Transformation for Generating More Business

Date: Wednesday 1 March

Time: 11.00 – 12.00

This webinar looks at the benefits of transformation beyond increased operational efficiency to explore leveraging data for additional income streams. 

Digital transformation doesn’t end with a dashboard. From servitization of software and machines (think Airbnb for manufacturers) to offering supporting services that help your customers better manage their products, or sharing data with a third party broker, you may have even more to gain with digital transformation than you ever thought possible.

Improving Inclusivity and Productivity on the Shop Floor

Date: Wednesday 15 March

Time: 11.00 – 12.00

Join NMIS visualisation theme lead and MESTEC as we explore the vast, and sometimes unexpected, potential of digital technology and smart processes within a connected factory.

From helping overcome skills shortages to addressing changing customer demands and the increasing complexity of operations – where there’s an industrial challenge, there is also a digital solution.