What do you want to do when you grow up?
Industry 4.0 is upon us and therefore as industry ‘ice breakers’ New Intelligence are delighted to be exhibiting and passing on our years of knowledge and experience to the next generation of Digital Superheroes at the Nin9twenty Insp-Hire event in partnership with SmartSTEMs and Glasgow Caledonia University.
The Nine Twenty story began in 2004 as 920 Recruitment, a leading technology recruiter that forged an impressive reputation as a leader in the sector with headquarters in the West End of Glasgow. Since then their reputation has grown and specialise in finding only the highest calibre talent for UK businesses. Never one to rest on their laurels, Nine Twenty evolved into an industry 4.0 provider when they added Engineering & Manufacturing through the dynamic Karen Stewart and this event has been created in this spirit of their markets merging together.
Nine Twenty demonstrate enthusiasm and a real passion for the tech industry and the development of the next generation of Digital Superhero’s therefore New Intelligence are delighted to have be invited to exhibit at their Insp-Hire event on September 14th at Glasgow Caledonia University. The event will endeavour to inspire the next generations in a fun and interactive way so young people aged between 4-14 can learn more about the world of technology and science and see what the future holds for them.
New Intelligence will be presenting the innovative new software and solutions they are bringing to the market and how technology is moving at pace in regard to business intelligence and decision making within the manufacturing industry.
The New Intelligence team will be exhibiting past and present award-winning Digital Twin models, Power BI Business Intelligence systems and explaining their new to the market Voyage 360 software and solutions that underpin their unique approach to making complex business decisions simple in a fun and interactive way.
There will be lots of STEM activities for kids from 4-14 and their parents to learn about robotics, optics, engineering and design and Industry 4.
A simulated Digital Twin of your business systems, people and processes can generate a powerful future wellbeing of your business and help demystify much of the analytical process. It can also do this by providing rich interactive 2D/3D and virtual reality VR visualisations of your data to enable quick and easy interpretation of internal and external factors which will enable you to predict future business performance.
New Intelligence will also be exhibiting their ground-breaking Biz Optimisation software prototype being developed in partnership with Go Lean, Visual Components, Cambridge Automation Simulation, Clive Whitegate and Brunel University, led by an innovative and inspiring young Data Scientist, Sara Ayaz.
New technology can be daunting and complex at any age so why not come along and let Dr Martin Clocherty of New Intelligence and Oliver Buhlinger CEng of Go Lean simplify industry 4.0 complexity and the true art of the possible with regards to Digital Twinning as a tool for continuous improvement.
A fantastic way for parents and guardians of young children to learn how new technologies will impact the lives of current and future generations and our thanks to SmartSTEMs, Glasgow Caledonia University and the fabulous team at Nin9twnety for leading the way.