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No-Fault Found Symposium

Seminar

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Industry speakers will share their experiences, ideas and solutions aimed at tackling No Fault Found problems. This event will be relevant to a variety of sectors and will also provide an opportunity to learn more about the EPSRC Centre’s No Fault Found research programme and other Through-life Engineering research at Cranfield.

Date and Time

18 March 2013 - 09:30-16:30

Location

Bedford, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Joint Event.
Contact Eleanor Collins at eleanor.collins@cranfield.ac.uk for more information.


About this event

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The £11.5M National Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Through-life Engineering Services (TES) provides world - class research capabilities to enable the UK manufacturing industry to deliver high value products with outstanding availability, maintainability and reliability with reduced lifecycle costs and enhanced product value. Through utilising multi-disciplinary innovative research and engineering knowledge the EPSRC TES Centre seeks to address major research challenges in the area of ‘No Fault Found (NFF)’ as part of one of its core research streams.

This event will focus on reducing the impact of No Fault Found (NFF) through system design.

Industrial speakers will share their experiences, ideas and solutions aimed at tackling No Fault Found (NFF) problems. The topics covered will include:

  • Cost impact of NFF
  • Data Management
  • Hardware and software testing
  • Maintenance management
  • New technologies
  • Improved troubleshooting
  • Standardisation
  • General NFF case studies 

This event will be informative and aims to bring together a community of practitioners who are faced with the difficult task of trying to solve the challenges of No Fault Found. The event will span multiple industrial domains and will be relevant to a variety of sectors including Defence, Aerospace, Rail, Automotive, Shipping, and nuclear industries. It is targeted at senior roles from both industry and academia within the areas of:

  • Operations
  • Engineering
  • Asset & maintenance management
  • Through-life engineering
  • Electronic diagnostics & prognostics

There is also an opportunity to learn more about the EPSRC Centre’s No Fault Found research programme and other Through-life Engineering research at Cranfield University.

Programme

09:30

Chair’s Welcome Address and Introduction
Mr Chris Hockley - EPSRC Centre, Cranfield University

10:00

A Platform Integrators Point of View
Mr Angus Murray - Reliability Specialist, BAE Systems, Military Air & Information

10:30

A view from the MOD Air Community
Wg Cdr Fergus Hawkins - LogNEC Programme Management Group, RAF Henlow

11:00

Tea/Coffee break

11:35

The True Cost of NFF
Mr Peter Higgs - Director, Peter Higgs Consultancy and Lloyd Francis - Sales Manager, Siemens Energy

12:05

Data and Test Solutions to defeat NFF
Mr Giles Huby, Managing Director, Copernicus Technology Ltd

12:30

Lunch and Networking Opportunities

13:35

Wasting Time and Money
Mr Andy Johnson - Director of Engineering, Flybe UK

14:05

Reducing Unsubstantiated Removals through Knowledge Sharing
Mr Phil D’Eon - President, Casebank Technologies

14:30

Tea/Coffee break

15:05

A Practical Perspective for Modern Rolling Stock
Dr Joanne Lewis - Safety & Reliability Engineer Lead, Bombardier Transport

15:35

Q & A forum
All speakers will be available for this question and answer session

16:30

Closing remarks and finish

Additional information

Organised by the IET Manufacturing Network and Cranfield University.



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