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Implementation of Internet of Things IoT with Scotland 5G and AIMS Project


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10am - 2.30pm


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A joint event between The Scotland 5G Centre and The AIMS Project.

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Showing how companies of all sizes can implement Internet of Things (IoT) in manufacturing to transform business operations.



10.00 – Registration

10.25 – Welcome and introductions

10.30 AIMS – Advancing Innovative Manufacturing in the South of Scotland – Joanne Johnstone

10.50 – Scotland 5G Centre – Andy Todman

11.10 – SMAS – Scottish Manufacturing Advisory Service – John Grierson

11.30 – SOSE – South of Scotland Enterprise – Kirstie Scrimgeour

11.30 – Panel Session Q&A

12.00 to 13.00 – Buffet Lunch – Networking – Demonstrations by AIMS Tech Team Cobots/VR Headsets & 5G.

13.00 to 13.30 – Drop-In Session 1 – Host JAS P Wilson – Drew Easton and Phil Robinson

13.30 to 14.00 – Drop-In Session 2 – Host Scotia Automation TBC – Steven Brown

14.00 to 14:30 – Final Networking Session


About The Scotland 5G Centre: The Scotland 5G Centre is the national centre for accelerating the deployment and adoption of 5G connectivity in Scotland’s Industry and Public Sectors. Funded by the Scottish Government, the Centre is uniquely positioned with connections to industry, telecom providers and academia – allowing the team to work collaboratively and support the delivery of advanced communications solutions, future proofed to unlock Scotland’s digital potential.

About the AIMS Project: The Advancing Innovative Manufacturing in the South of Scotland (AIMS) project is a group of innovation facilities established to support manufacturing small/medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in Borders and Dumfries & Galloway. Incorporating state-of-the-art equipment and technologies, our project offers SMEs access to advanced manufacturing, business support and industry-led expertise. AIMS is part-funded by the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Fund and South of Scotland Enterprise.

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