Introduction

Welcome to NAMIC 5th installment of the AM Summit Series – the Maritime & Energy Summit!

Experts and early adopters will shed light on how disruptive technologies like 3D printing could change your industry and unravel some of the complex supply chains that could provide a stronger source of growth for the marine offshore and oil & gas sectors.

The summit key highlights will include:

  • How will 3D printing change the future of maritime and energy industries, and its interwoven global supply chain function.
  • The development of the world’s first 3D printed and certified ship parts.
  • Setting the standards in 3D printing for the marine offshore and oil & gas.
  • Local SME showcase on latest AM technologies and applications.

Audience – Who to Attend?

  • Company Decision Makers
  • AM Practitioners, Solution Providers
  • Industry OEMs

Job Functions

  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Additive Layer Manufacturing
  • 3D Printing
  • Manufacturing
  • Engineering
  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Future Manufacturing
  • Digital Manufacturing
  • Business Development
  • Sales
  • Marketing
  • Software/Engineering design
  • R&D
  • Strategy/Partnership
  • Materials and Manufacturing Technology
  • Regulations
  • Quality Control
  • Consulting
  • Supply Chain

Key Topics – What to Expect

  • How will 3D printing change the future of maritime and energy industries, and its interwoven global supply chain function.
  • The development of the world’s first 3D printed and certified ship parts.
  • Setting the standards in 3D printing for the maritime offshore and oil & gas.
  • Local SME showcase on latest AM technologies and applications.

Agenda

Time Programme
08:00 am

Coffee, Tea & Registration

08:55 am

Opening remarks by session chair

Mahendran V Reddy, Business Development & Operations Director, NAMIC

09:00 am

Welcome Address

Dr Ho Chaw Sing, Managing Director, NAMIC

09:05 am

Opening keynote by Guest of Honour

Capt M Segar, Assistant Chief Executive (Operations), Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA)

09:20 am

Partnership Agreement Signing Ceremony

09:30 am

Keynote: The development of the world’s first 3D printed and certified ship propeller

  • 3D printing in the Port of Rotterdam
  • How this technology could disrupt the port related industry

Vincent Wegener, MD, RAMLAB

10:00 am

H-WAAM & LAAM: Global first game changing technology – A cost effective, high quality and fast manufacturing approach

  • What is LAAM technology, its usage and how does it enable the repair and modification of existing parts?
  • H-WAAM – How does this new technology deliver a faster and more cost – effective 3D metal printing solution

Matthew Waterhouse, CEO, 3D Metalforge

10:30 am

Establishing a new approach for qualification of materials or components produced through the additive manufacturing (AM) route

  • Opportunities and challenges for 3D printing in the Maritime, Oil & Gas and related industries
  • Addressing one of the most serious hurdles to the broad adoption of additive manufacturing of materials – the qualification of additively manufactured parts
  • Finding alternatives to conventional qualification methods

Joint Presentation

  • Simon Kuik, Head of Research & Development, Sembcorp Marine
  • Dr Sastry Kandukuri, Principal Materials Specialist, DNV GL
11:00 am

Morning Networking Coffee Break & Exhibition Viewing

11:30 am

Operationalising Additive Manufacturing, moving beyond R&D

Joint presentation:

  • Wu Wenjin, Senior Engineer, Keppel Technology and Innovation (KTI)
  • Hussain Quraishi, Lead-Strategic Projects, Lloyd’s Register
12:00 pm

How digitalization and 3D printing could change the energy industry

  • Digital transformation – What are the new opportunities and challenges?
  • Using 3D printing technology to improve design, production process and construction of components in a faster, cheaper and more efficient way

Panelists

  • Daniele Cevola, Co-founder, Livrea
  • Simon Kuik, Head of Research & Development, Sembcorp Marine
  • Wu Wenjin, Senior Engineer, Keppel Technology and Innovation (KTI)
  • Voula Terzoudi, Technology Manager, Woodside Energy

Moderator: Davide Sher, Senior Analyst, 3DP Adoption Studies, SmarTech Publishing

12:45 pm

Networking Lunch & Exhibition Viewing

01:45 pm

Additive manufacturing opportunities in the oil & gas industry

  • A ten-year forecast of revenues
  • How will 3D printing change the future of oil and its interwoven global supply chain function?
  • Case studies of firms that are already achieving from deploying AM
  • Learning from other industries on their adoption patterns of AM

Davide Sher, Senior Analyst, 3DP Adoption Studies, SmarTech Publishing

02:10 pm

The future of advanced manufacturing – faster, larger and smarter

  • Understanding how the industrial landscape is transforming rapidly
  • How the constant evolution of technology inclduing additive manufacturing is leading Australia (and the world) in an historic inflexion point through factory automation and smart materials
  • How Titomic’s new technologies have taken advanced manufacturing to industrial scale

Jeffrey Lang, CEO, Titomic

02:35 pm

Innovative Collaboration with Monash

  • Understanding how AI and automation is disrupting engineering
  • Woodside case study
  • Woodside’s current innovation map will be discussed

Joint Presentation:

  • Voula Terzoudi, Technology Manager, Woodside Energy
  • Malaika Ingram, Woodside Innovation Centre Manager, Monash University
03:05 pm

Case Study: Harnessing AM to build world’s first 3D printed yacht

  • Discussing how 3D printing could take racing yachts to the next level while simultaneously reducing the time and cost traditionally
  • How the use of advanced, multi-material, polymer composites help to create complex curvature that improves hull performance
  • The process of designing the yacht using 3D printing

Daniele Cevola, Co-founder, Livrea Yacht & OCORE

03:30 pm

Afternoon Networking Break

03:50 pm

How EOS is driving the industrialization of AM: An example from energy sector

  • The EOS approach in driving the industrialization of AM technology
  • Examples of industrialization of AM technology from energy sector

Jack Wu, Sales Director Asia Pacific, EOS

04:15 pm

Vestas’ case study: The role of 3D printing in the future of wind energy

  • How 3D metal printing using SLM type processes can ease a firm to print near-net shape of the 3D component with complicated geometries with high density and thus providing a promising route towards all structural ferrous and non-ferrous parts such as large scale wind turbine structural components.
  • Tailoring mechanical property through sophisticated material – understanding what are the mechanics and manufacturing simulations that help optimize composition and can be quickly implemented in 3D SLM type printing process route
  • Laser based processes – what are the advantages for both manufacturing and repairing of 3D metal parts in the present day

Dr. Srikanth Narasimalu, Program Director (Renewables) &Senior Scientist, Energy Research Institute @ NTU

04:40 pm

Advances in 3D Printed Li-Ion Batteries

  • Flexible energy storage devices
  • Enhanced safety feature
  • Fast prototyping on different substrates

Dr Yang Hui Ying, Associate Professor, Engineering Product Development, SUTD

05:00 pm

Panel: How should maritime and energy sectors approach 3D printing in order to fully benefit from it

  • Where and how to start – Adoption model for AM and timeline
  • How the industry will use AM especially for printed metal components and increasing opportunities for large print volumes
  • Adapting success from leading adopters in AM
  • The need to change its culture and conservatism
  • Partnerships: The key to advancing 3D printing

Panelists

  • Vincent Wegener, MD, RAMLAB
  • Dr. Srikanth Narasimalu, Program Director (Renewables) & Senior Scientist, Energy Research Institute @ NTU
  • Jack Wu, Sales Director Asia Pacific, EOS
  • Paul Guillaumot, CEO, SpareParts3D

Moderator: Davide Sher, Senior Analyst, 3DP Adoption Studies, SmarTech Publishing

Closing Remarks by Session Chair

06:00 pm

End of Summit

Speakers

Daniele Cevola
Daniele Cevola

Co-founder, Livrea Yacht & OCORE

Simon Kuik
Simon Kuik

Head of Research & Development, Sembcorp Marine

Vincent Wegener
Vincent Wegener

MD, RAMLAB

Matthew Waterhouse
Matthew Waterhouse

CEO, 3D Metalforge

Wu Wenjin
Wu Wenjin

Senior Engineer, Keppel Technology and Innovation (KTI)

Hussain Quraishi
Hussain Quraishi

Lead - Strategic Projects, Global Technology Centre, Lloyd’s Register

Dr. Srikanth Narasimalu
Dr. Srikanth Narasimalu

Program Director (Renewables) & Senior Scientist, Energy Research Institute @ NTU

Dr Yang Hui Ying
Dr Yang Hui Ying

Associate Professor, Engineering Product Development, SUTD

Jeffrey Lang
Jeffrey Lang

CEO, Titomic

Dr. Ing. Sastry Kandukuri
Dr. Ing. Sastry Kandukuri

Principal Specialist - Manufacturing, Metallic Materials, AM DNV GL

Jack Wu
Jack Wu

Sales Director Asia-Pacific, EOS

Davide Sher
Davide Sher

Senior Analyst, Europe, SmarTech Markets Publishing

Capt M Segar
Capt M Segar

Assistant Chief Executive (Operations), Maritime And Port Authority Of Singapore

Paul Guillaumot
Paul Guillaumot

CEO, Spare Parts 3D

Malaika Ingram
Malaika Ingram

Woodside Innovation Centre Manager, Monash University

Voula Terzoudi
Voula Terzoudi

Technology Manager, Woodside Energy

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