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Industry Centres (Railway, Automobile, Aerospace, Power & Process)
Holding events, working on engineering initiatives, and raising the profile of engineering here.
Our area covers 80,000 members, and engineers here work across a broad spectrum of industries. Our events provide great networking opportunities, and we’re focused on giving our local membership value – so if there’s an event you’d like to see, contact us via email@example.com.
Current and Future Events
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*IMechE | 17 September 2013 18:15 to 20:00
Commander Patrick Moore will chart the technology milestones which transformed the Navy's maritime warfare capability from that of the sailing ship into the modern day warship.
Industry sector: Defence & Government Services.
University of Hertfordshire | 18 September 2013 13:00 to 20 September 2013 17:00
How many projects can you name that don’t include some form of integration? This year’s annual railway seminar organised by young engineers will discuss the integration of products, individuals and companies across the rail industry. Hear examples of how integration has benefitted rail businesses and find out how it could be brought to your company. As well as showing examples of success and best practice, speakers will discuss plans for the future.
Industry sector: Railway.
Logan Teleflex (UK) Ltd | 18 September 2013 18:30 to 20:00
Technical visit to Logan Teleflex Limited. Specialist conveyor manufacturer producing baggage handling systems installed in airports across the world.
Please pre-book your attendance to this event with event organiser.
Industry sector: Machine Systems Informatics & Control.
Foster Wheeler (Shinfield Park) | 18 September 2013 19:00 to 21:00
EVENT TBC (ARISING FROM SPEAKER AVAILABILITY) Following the Olympics and Paralympics of last summer this lecture examines the influence and use of engineering in sport. Particularly how leading edge technologies from industry are used to create faster, lighter and more efficient equipment, to how precision analysis tools are allowing coaches to fine-tune athletes’ performance better than ever before.
Industry sector: Non Industry Specific.
*IMechE | 02 October 2013 18:15 to 20:00
Peter Davison and Dr. Giles Camplin hope to shed some light on the circumstances surrounding the crash of the R.101 airship, near Beauvais, France on 5th October 1930
Industry sector: Airworthiness.
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