Smart Assembly SystemsDay 2 Breakout Sessions Objectives and Process Richard Neal, IMTI
Agenda – October 4 8:15 Bus from Hotel 8:30 Continental Breakfast 9:00 Kickoff Breakout Sessions (Richard Neal) 9:15 Breakout Sessions and Working Lunch Session 1: End User Perspective Session 2: Research Science Perspective Session 3: Infrastructure/Standards Perspective Session 4: Collaboration and Leveraging Perspective Pick up lunch between 11:30 – 12:00 2:00 Reports from Breakout Sessions 3:40 Wrap up – Dale Hall, Bob Tilove 4:15 Adjourn
Breakout Sessions Consider (1) key characteristics and attributes of smart assembly systems, and (2) your assigned FOCUS QUESTION: 9:30 Gallery of Ideas: Idea generation 9:45 Gallery of Ideas: Posting of ideas 10:30 Organize the ideas and prioritize categories 10:45 Analyze and Generation Conclusions/Recommendations 1:45 Re-convene for group reports. Looking not only for a list of issues/problems … But also for SPECIFIC RECOMMENDATIONS for action. Your Facilitators will help quide the process.
NIST Workshop on Smart Assembly: Oct 3-4 2006 Team Report/Recommendation Template
NIST Workshop on Smart Assembly: Oct 3-4 2006 Team Report/Recommendation Template Not So Great Example
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“Top Attributes” List. Team ID: ________________________
Breakout Team ParticipantsTeam: ________________ Include your Name or ID number on your Post-it Notes!!