Smart Technologies and Digital Solutions
Time: 09:00 - 15:30
Venue: The Museum of Science and Industry, Liverpool Rd, Manchester M3 4FP
In collaboration with the University of Manchester Knowledge Exchange Team, you are invited to join a one day 'challenge' event where you can bring your innovative smart technology and digital solutions to meet the challenges of nuclear decommissioning.
Smart Technology and Digital Solutions – Supporting the Nuclear Decommissioning Mission will introduce the Sellafield Integrated Innovation Teams, presenting the specifics of these latest decommissioning challenges.
The clean-up and decommissioning of the Sellafield site is a complex process, with significant challenges presented by the interconnectivity and hazardous nature of the environments involved. Significant advances could be made if clean up and decommissioning plans could be made on comprehensive and robust datasets.
Human access to many facilities is limited or not possible; furthermore, datasets that have been generated have been archived in many different formats over decades of operation.
The use of smart and digital solutions to generate new or compile existing information into an accessible, tangible format to permit formulation of robust plans would drive down costs and accelerate decommissioning timescales.
This event will help you understand the challenges smart technology faces in the arena of nuclear decommissioning and provides the opportunity to discuss with experts how your technologies or innovations could be developed and deployed, and learn more about the financial support available.
One of the Sellafield / NNL Executive Team will start the day with a keynote presentation. Other confirmed speakers include Patrick Hall, Development Director at Maddison Ltd and key personnel from Sellafield’s Integrated Innovation Teams.
The event will include energetic and insightful sessions covering the challenges facing smart technology in the arena of nuclear decommissioning. It is an interactive format, with delegates invited to contribute in discussions and bring ideas and solutions from their own industry sector and organisations.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
*MAXIMUM 2 TICKETS PER COMPANY*
Companies who are focused in smart technologies and digital solutions, typically in the fields of:
• Real time radiometric measurement of gaseous effluent
• Aerial gas sensor specialists
• Sensor networks
• Big data, analytics and data mining
• Legacy dataset conversion
• Augmented reality
• Automated monitoring and testing
• Remote asset care and monitoring
• Reducing energy / raw material consumption
Any companies with the knowledge, experience, ideas, solutions and/or early stage technologies which might help accelerate the decommissioning programme at Sellafield. These can be SMEs or large corporations, academia or individuals. There is no requirement for previous experience of working for or within the nuclear (or decommissioning) sector, and we positively welcome those wishing to attend who may bring technologies and solutions from other industries.
Further information can be found at the Game Changers website.
PLEASE NOTE: Tickets for this event are limited to 120 places. The organisers respectfully reserve the right to select attendees based upon their suitability. Should the event be over-subscribed, please email the event organisers with your details to be added to the waiting list.
Register to attend via the Game Changer's Eventbrite page.