NAMIC is Singapore’s national AM platform for catalyzing innovation and scaling industrial adoption of additive manufacturing technologies.
As part of our Global AM Summit Series and riding on the success of the previous NAMIC Virtual Summit Series on the Built Environment, NAMIC is excited to unveil the next edition of the series where we have a diverse line-up of global thought-leaders from Hyundai Motor Group, Daimler Truck AG, Mobility Goes Additive, Additive Flight Solutions and APWORKS. The summit will explore the up-and-coming innovations in the Land Transport sector, derived from cutting-edge Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies which are driving the transformation of urban mobility today.
The format of the summit will involve a 15-min presentation by the speakers, before ending with a joint panel discussion and Q&A session. With groundbreaking content from our inspirational speakers who will be sharing their expertise in 3D printing, we hope to set the wheels in motion for local and regional enterprises to begin innovating with AM.
Transport Industry players (Public/Private Sector)
Opening Remarks by
Mr Mahendran Reddy, Head of Ecosystem, NAMIC
Welcome Address by
Dr Ho Chaw Sing, Managing Director, NAMIC
Keynote Presentation: A Global Network’s Perspective Of 3D Printing Today in the Transport Industry by
Mr Helge Schneevogt, Project Manager Technology & Sustainability, Mobility Goes Additive
An Investment into the Future for Businesses with 3D Printing by
Mr Janis Kretz, Digital Supply Chain Manager 3D Printing, Daimler Truck AG
Mr Daniel Kluth, Procurement Manager 3D Printing, Daimler Truck AG
Ultimate Mobility Vehicles: Vehicle Design Reimagined by
Mr John Suh, Vice President, New Horizons Studio | Hyundai Motor Group
AM Applications in Automotive Design, Engineering and Tooling by
Mr Stefan Roeding, Deputy General Manager, Additive Flight Solutions
Value Engineering in Metal Additive Manufacturing by
Mr Jonathan Meyer, Chief Product Officer, APWORKS
Moderator: Mr Joris Peels, Vice President of Consulting, SmarTech Analysis