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WIN WIN WIN Through Knowledge Transfer. 9 th December 2009 Laurence Broadbent. Overview. The Associate The Project Why KTP The Team Outcomes Win Win Win Tips Thanks. The Associate. Studied Robotics at Plymouth Experience in electrical, electronic and software design

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WINWINWINThrough Knowledge Transfer

9th December 2009

Laurence Broadbent


Overview

  • The Associate

  • The Project

  • Why KTP

  • The Team

  • Outcomes

  • Win Win Win

  • Tips

  • Thanks


The Associate

  • Studied Robotics at Plymouth

  • Experience in electrical, electronic and software design

  • Completed KTP with the UoP and CI Ltd


The Project

To develop a new generation of machines capable of processing advanced composites, specifically aimed at the aerospace industry with design emphasis on ‘user friendliness’.


Why KTP?

  • Previous positive experience

  • Access to knowledge

  • Funding


The Team

University of Plymouth

Project

Laurence Broadbent

Composite Integration


The Team

  • Dr John Summerscales, Reader in Composites Engineering

  • Dr Sanjay Sharma, a lecturer in Intelligent Autonomous Control Systems

  • Dave Marshall is the Project Manager


The Team

  • Richard Bland - Director

  • Stephen Leonard-Williams - Director

  • Alan Bond – Mechanical Design and Development Engineer


The project Outcomes

  • Development of a pre-production prototype

  • Mini projects

    • Data logging equipment for new process

    • Progressive catalysation work

    • Stock control system


WINWINWIN - Company

  • Understanding of new technologies

    • Microwave heating, pumping systems and servo control

  • Development of a new product

    • Estimated increase in turnover of £200,000

  • Investment in new software

    • Sage BOM - Resulting in reduced stock costs and a reduction in stress levels

    • Autodesk Inventor

    • CitectSCADA


WINWINWIN - University

  • Teaching material and ‘real world’ examples

  • Conference paper presented ICCM-17

  • MPhil


WINWINWIN - Associate

  • Fantastic Experience

  • Professional management courses

  • Technical Skills

  • NVQ level 4 Management

  • MPhil


Tips

  • Know your Gantt Chart

  • Talk to your colleagues

  • Build up a network

  • “Don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good” – Voltaire

  • “Assumption is the mother of all (mess) ups!” – Under Siege 2


Thank you!

  • Richard Bland and Stephen Leonard-Williams

  • Dr John Summerscales and Dr Sanjay Sharma

  • Dr Dave Pippard

  • Dave Marshall

  • Matt Page


Any Questions?

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[email protected]

Mob:07707392475


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