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Podcast focused on Manufacturing and Enabling Manufacturing Technology sales. Hosted by Tristan Bailey conversations provide lessons and insight from the people who have been working out the best practice to learn from. " When you need to climb a mountain, make friends on the path, as everything grows on the way up " New automation technology and digital transformation offer new ways to improve speed and profit. Business is for ever in a state of change, set your sites on the target and iter ...
 
Make sure your business is prepared to adapt in a changing market. The AEM Thinking Forward Podcast is where leaders in the equipment manufacturing industry hear about the latest developments and disruptions in construction and agriculture. Listen regularly for insightful interviews with technology pioneers, industry heavyweights and established experts. The AEM Thinking Forward Podcast is brought to you by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), which represents more than 1,000 No ...
 
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Sara Duff, Sales and Marketing Director at Smart Manufacture and Smart Quality, is passionate about helping SMEs achieve their business goals through implementing effective business growth strategies. Supported by best of breed cloud based business and industry specific software. Full show notes: https://cliffnotespodcast.com/podcasts/39/ Smart Man…
 
Workwear companies are the barometers of growth, and James should know, opening back up to support orders after lock down. MyWorkwear support manufacturing growth in large and small companies during pandemic. MD, James Worthington even invested time to re-brand Show Notes: https://cliffnotespodcast.com/podcasts/38/ "Almost doubled the work force to…
 
Gather sensor data in the field at the edge and use the cheap could power to gain more learning from your own systems on The Cliff Notes Podcast: Lead Manufacturing. Ed is the founder and CTO of Software Design Solutions. He has been creating embedded software solutions for nearly 30 years. In this episode Ed Kuzemchak gets into IoT and embedded sy…
 
Actionable data in your operators hands, simplified process monitoring improves production and reports to Excel spreadsheets. Dennis Cocco CEO of 10in6 inc. and industry veteran helps us understand why monitoring processes with data is not to berate the operators with but to give them the tools to grow on this Cliff Notes Manufacturing with host Tr…
 
This episode Giles Johnston consultant and published author shares advice on what your business can get from working with Smartspeed Consulting with Cliff Notes: Lead manufacturing host Tristan Bailey. His interest began when about 14 years old. He visited a forging plant on an open day and was allowed to have a play with the controls of some very …
 
This episode Susan Walsh - The Classification Guru gives us a whirlwind tour of what money is going missing in bad data She can clean it up quickly and affordably, saving your team hours of messing around in Excel and with product code mix ups. Show Notes https://cliffnotespodcast.com/podcasts/34/ Susan Walsh https://www.theclassificationguru.com/i…
 
This episode we get into a good conversation with Colin Cater of Tri-Tech 3D and Cadspec on Additive Manufacturing. Colin truly is an AM veteran working from the traditional days of the factory floor toolmaking to now working with state of the art 3D Printers and CAM software. This recording was made over the phone during Covid-19 lock-down so hope…
 
Peter Hartland of Acorn Quality Services shares advice on what your business can get from working with International Business Standards with Cliff Notes: Lead manufacturing host Tristan Bailey. Get access to more contracts and raise standards in your business. What you'll learn with cliff notes on International Standards Standards we specialise in …
 
On the 12th May it is #GivingTuesdayNow day and many podcasts around the world will be doing their part to mention other shows that as the host enjoy. There is no exclusive time in the week so if we can do a tiny part of helping another show with the time they put in for free to give back. Some show recommendations for you Ian Farrar gets tough and…
 
With a new decade upon us, a lot of people in the construction and agriculture business world are marking this milestone with some uncertainty about what the future may hold. While the last decade was one of slow but uninterrupted economic growth, global trade skirmishes and political instability have given business leaders pause as the calendar tu…
 
This episode Jack Richards is the Marketing Manager at Applegate on the role of bringing your best game to selling and buying on a Procurement Marketplace. Tips for improving your conversions, readiness for possible Brexit, and where does this service fit in growing your bottom line. He shared some of his experience of apprenticeships in the compan…
 
As more Baby Boomers are reaching retirement age, equipment manufacturers who want to stay competitive are going to need to attract and retain younger workers. But many companies don’t have a plan for appealing to Gen X, Millennials and Gen Z. And those that do might be basing it on false notions about generational thinking and mindsets. So in this…
 
Dale Parmenter Founder & group CEO of DRP Group has been in the presentation and communication industry for over 40 years. He left school with one goal: to run his own business. Today DRPG is recognised as one of the leading presentation and communication companies in the UK. The DRPG team comprises of over 300 specialists across global locations. …
 
Get into discussing management and growth in the UK manufacturing with Plastic Injection Moulding with Mark Amphlett, former General Manager at Amtek. A determined and passionate GM and Director, with experience of leading and developing individuals, and inspiring these individuals to become part of a highly motivated team. Ability to work construc…
 
In the U.S., around 13 million acres of land are used as roads and rights-of-way in the interstate highway system. That’s a lot of real estate, and all it does is provide a surface on which to operate cars and trucks. But a pioneering new experiment in Georgia, known as The Ray, is reimagining what roads could look like if they multi-tasked. Allie …
 
What does the future hold for equipment manufacturers? We asked one of the world’s most well-known experts in future trends in technology, Sheryl Connelly. Connelly holds the title of Chief Futurist at the Ford Motor Company, and publishes the Annual “Looking Further with Ford” trends report. For more than 20 years, she’s been tasked with helping c…
 
This episode of Cliff Notes Podcast: Lead manufacturing, host and founder of Holdingbay Tristan Bailey talks to Gary Ramsey for the Cliff Notes podcast. Gary is a business leader with 12 years experience of IoT and Digital Transformation. He shared some of his visions of the near future in management and manufacturing. As business gets more complex…
 
Statistics show that up to 90% of job site accidents are caused by unsafe behavior, not conditions. And Justin Ganschow of Caterpillar Safety Services believes that worksite rookies and veterans alike can benefit from learning critical safety lessons in a controlled, VR environment. In this episode, Ganschow takes AEM inside the Cat® Safety VR prog…
 
Katy Toms is an accomplished Civil Engineer and Chair of Institution of Civil Engineers Plymouth, and Senior Vice Chair of ICE South West Regional Committee. She is currently at WSP as Senior Engineer. We caught up after she and the large group of women returned from Malawi Expedition. The passion she has for working with others and having a possib…
 
Just about every major player in Silicon Valley and the auto industry has efforts underway to develop autonomous car technology. Not only will self-driving cars change the way the construction industry builds roads, but some of that same tech will power the autonomous heavy equipment of the future. In this episode, an update on who’s leading the au…
 
How can you get more effective production from the same machines? For OEE Joern Steinbeck starts with Availability, Efficiency and Quality to monitor overall throughput of process not people, and see if you can find waste to remove and turn into profit. Joern talks about his time at Porsche and now building tools on OEE.cloud What you'll learn Back…
 
Using farm data to improve operating margins is perhaps more important than ever, in a year where weak commodity prices, international trade uncertainty and abysmal planting conditions are putting farmers under serious pressure. But how can equipment manufacturers help growers reap the benefits of digital technology? In this episode, two experts fr…
 
Electromobility and automation are two of the hottest topics in leading edge technology right now. And at a test site in Sweden, Volvo CE has proved that these technologies can be combined to run a quarry that's virtually emission-free. In this episode, Volvo CE's Dr. Fares Beainy parses the benefits and challenges of an all-electric fleet of const…
 
Follow the journey of 20+ women engineers who will collaborate to design and build a STEM classroom at Rainbow Hope School in Malawi - May 2019. Katy Toms was on the show last year to talk Civil Engineering. Now the trip is just around the corner, I talked to two more of the world wide team, Gemma, business and marketing and Jess, student. Fund rai…
 
Additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, shows growing potential as a technique for fabricating parts out of plastic or metal. But what about building structures out of concrete? AEM member Oshkosh Corp. and Oak Ridge National Laboratory have teamed up to develop new 3D printed concrete technology, and the early results show the potential to reshape…
 
Giles Dixon is the founder and managing director of ContractStore. An English solicitor with many years’ experience in drafting and negotiating a wide range of commercial and construction contracts for use in the UK and internationally. During his career he has worked as an in-house lawyer as well as in private practice and spent 12 years living ov…
 
Space may be the final frontier, but the technologies being developed to land the first humans on Mars can also be leveraged by tech-savvy OEMs in the heavy equipment industry. In this episode, NASA technologist Steven Gonzalez explains the space agency's technology transfer program, which makes cutting-edge tech available to U.S. enterprises. And …
 
They say, “We’ve Always Done It That Way” are the six most destructive words in the business world. That’s truer than ever in an era of disruptive technology. So what are the assumptions that define the heavy equipment manufacturing industry, and how could they be disrupted? On this episode, AEM Futures Council chair Guru Bandekar from JLG Industri…
 
Kirin has been going along to the Discovery STEM robotics club for a few months, and was able to take part in the UK WER competition. He was on a successful team and then invited to the winners trip to represent UK in China at the World finials. The first time he had been on a plane, and meeting kids for Mexico and Croatia. World Education Robot Se…
 
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