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Whetting your Appetite for Engineering!
This Appetite for Engineering online event brings together a panel of food industry engineering professionals to discuss the lessons that industry should be learning from the events of the ongoing pandemic, and will consider how food industry engineers might start to move forward with successful automation projects to deliver productivity and efficiency improvements and ensure greater production resilience.
You will gain a better understanding of how to get started with automation projects in food processing that drive productivity, profitability and production resilience in a post-covid world.
Agenda: Ian Wright, chief executive of the Food & Drink Federation, will set the scene, giving his thoughts on the growing importance of the engineering role and automation within food production. This will be followed by a live panel discussion.
The discussion will also set the scene for the rescheduled physical Appetite for Engineering event which will be held on 31 March 2021 at the Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry.

Oct 15, 2020 02:00 PM in London

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Speakers

Ian Wright
chief executive @Food & Drink Federation
Ian joined FDF in March 2015, after 14 years with Diageo, six of them as a member of the executive committee.
Speakers on the expert engineering panel include
John Gray: Professor of Robotics and Systems Engineering at the University of Manchester, and chairman of the Food Manufacturing Engineering Group (FMEG). Ed Keenan: Head of Process at Integrated Food Projects. Bob Hinchcliffe: Managing Director at James Mae Industries Patrick Mroczak: Co-Founder and CEO at Nutree Life John Griffiths: An engineering professional with many years experience both within the food industry and other sectors