Technical Seminar on Welding Technology for Industry 4.0

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Event Details

Technical Seminar on Welding Technology for Industry 4.0 - Nov 30, 2018

Benefit of Welding & Testing an Industry 4.0  :

But the benefits of an Industry 4.0 model could outweigh the concerns for many production and fabrication facilities. In very dangerous working environments, the health and safety of human workers could be improved dramatically.  Supply chains could be more readily controlled when there is data at every level of the manufacturing and delivery process. Computer control could produce much more reliable and consistent productivity and output.  And the results for many businesses could be increased revenues, market share, and profits.

Welding robots have been used by the manufacturing industry since 1970’s, in the form of mechanized welding processes. The skill of the specially qualified personnel drives the success of robot welding and optimizing the high quality output. AWS has also recognized the need of certified individuals in robotic arc welding for the quality through put in the industry.

Since proof of active practice or re-examination is required every year for the below categories.

1.  Operator: basic knowledge of robot operation & station, how to operate robot & station.

2.  Robot teacher: Teaching fundamentals, welding angles, Basic Robot instructions

3.  Robot programmer: Expert teaching, Modifications in program, creating program.

Venue  & Time:

‚ÄčThe Ruby, 4th Floor NW 29, Senapati Bapat Marg(Tulsi Pipe Road), Dadar (W), MUMBAI – 400028

6th december, 9.00am to 6.00pm

Theme & Objective :

Welding & Testing Technology Industry 4.0 is a name given to the current trend of Welding & Testing automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies. It includes cyber-physical systems, the Internet of things, cloud computing and cognitive computing.  

Industry 4.0 introduces what has been called the “Smart Welding  Factory,” in which cyber-physical systems monitor the physical processes of the factory and make decentralized decisions. The physical systems become Internet of Things, communicating and cooperating both with each other and with humans in real time via the wireless web.

Advancement in technology demands use of improved quality, higher tensile and corrosion resistant steels, increased large scale use of stainless steel, aluminums & alloys in construction & transportation segment including railways and use of other materials of construction & fabrication. Need for environment, health and productivity consideration is quickly changing the fabrication & construction procedure dramatically.

Topics :
  •  Welding process selection for Industry 4.0 

  •  Selection of welding consumables 

  •  Code ,Standards and Specification for Robotic welding [ Quality Assurance as International requirement]     

  •  Robotic welding — machines, devices, sensors and people that connect and communicate with one another.

  •  Information transparency — the systems create a virtual copy of the physical world through sensor data in order to contextualize information.

  •  Technical assistance — both the ability of the systems to support humans in making decisions and solving problems  and  the ability to assist humans with tasks that are too difficult or unsafe for humans.

  •  Decentralized decision-making — the ability of physical systems to make simple decisions on their own and become as autonomous as possible.

  •  Film on Robotic welding

Who should attend :
This seminar will be useful for :
  •  Production and Fabrication organization  from Automotive. 

  •  Railway & Petrochemical plants

  •  Oil and gas transmission pipelines

  •  Offshore structures & Ships

  •  Pharmaceutical plants

  •  Food processing equipment

  •  Gas turbine engine components metros

  •  Aircraft & Aerospace Vehicles etc.

Trainer's Profile :

Satish P. Sawant [ 30 Years Experience ]

  •  Head Inspector & Surveyor

  •  Welding Engineer & Mechanical Engineer [ 1987 ] 

  •  ASNT LEVEL- III . AWS-CWI (New York) Welding Inspector

  •  CSWIP-TWI (Cambridge – UK) Welding Inspector 

  •  International Welding Technologist [IWT ] 

  •  NACE International Paint & Coating Certified Inspector

  •  Lead Auditor ISO 9001 -2015 , Lead Auditor TS 16949 ,AIAG Supplier Auditor.

He has an experience of more than 31 years in teaching various subject of mechanical engineering related to weld engineering. He has worked for Advani -Oerlikon Ltd for 5 years and Larsen & Toubro Limited for 16 years and now with Institute of Welding & Testing Technology since 2008.[ 10 years ] He has conducted number of training programs in India and abroad. [Singapore / Philippines / Thailand / Indonesia/ South Africa etc]

Contact :
Ms. Aneeha Neeraja Rajan 
Tel: 022 61200227   
Ms. Shruti Rathod
Tel: 022 61200268


Participation Fee :    
Members  Rs. 5599 + 18% GST
Non-Members  Rs. 5999 + 18% GST

 Bank Details for NEFT

 Beneficiary Account No.




 Bank Name

DCB Bank

 Branch Address

Branch Mahim (024), Mumbai

Cheque /Demand Draft should be drawn in favor of “BOMBAY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY”.  

The Ruby, 4th Floor NW 29, Senapati Bapat Marg(Tulsi Pipe Road), Dadar (W), MUMBAI – 400028





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